Jackson On Redistricting & Absentee Ballot Changes

Andy Jackson, Election Policy Fellow at The Civitas Institute, discusses the judicial ruling this week that gave the recently drawn general assembly districts approval, the recent judicial ruling that put an injunction on congressional districts, and new voting legislation that protects against absentee ballot fraud and brings back Saturday early voting

Thursday October 31st, 2019

NCGA leaders, Senator Phil Berger & Speaker Tim Moore, issue an ultimatum on the veto override vote before the end of the session, State legislators look to tax vaping a little bit more because apparently vaping is killing our children, Twitter announces they will ban political ads, The Washington Nationals win the 2019 World Series

Tillis On NCAA & Impeachment

Senator Thom Tillis gives his opinion on the recent decision to allow college students to profit off their likeness and image, recent legislation he sponsored that would allow citizens to sue sanctuary cities, and his opinion on the recent developments in the impeachment inquiry

Tuesday’s Morning Call

TODAY’S SHOW 7:36 Philip Klein discusses his new book “Fear Your Future: How the Deck Is Stacked against Millennials and Why Socialism Would Make It Worse” 8:06 Wilmington Mayor Bill Saffo, Buffy Taylor, Olivia Herndon, & Tony McEwen discuss Coastal Horizons Center Quick Response Team 8:36 Marty DeJoesph & Sherri Schaefer from National Home Finance discuss how falling rates boost mortgage market to precrisis … Read More

Friday October 25th, 2019

DOJ opens criminal inquiry into its own Russia investigation, Michael Horowitz finalizing FISA probe report, Hunter Biden’s legal work in Romania, & a new Civitas poll shows North Carolina voters split on the impeachment inquiry