What Matters for Friday, September 23, 2016

Mark speaks with Melissa Quinn, senior news reporter for the Daily Signal, about the future of Obamacare and with Tim Boyum, anchor for Capital News Tonight, about the most recent news on the Charlotte riots and more. Tune in for more.

What Matters for Thursday September 22, 2016

Mark speaks with Nick Ochsner, Investigative Reporter for WBTV in Charlotte, about the situation on the ground following two nights of rioting over the death of a local black man in an altercation with police. In the second half of the show Mark speaks with Brian Balfour, executive vice president of the Civitas Institute about good economic news in the state. Tune in for more.

What Matters for Wednesday September 21, 2016

Mark speaks with Gary Harris, executive producer of the NC Petroleum Marketers Association, about the latest on the Colonial Pipeline and then speaks with Tyler Voight, deputy state director of the North Carolina Chapter of Americans for Prosperity to talk about their grassroots work against Deborah Ross and more. In the second half of the show Mark speaks with Ted Hadzi-Antich, senior attorney at the Center for the American Future to talk about the upcoming Clean Power Plan arguments to be made in Federal Appeals Court and finishes out the show speaking with Joe Coletti, co-founder of the Better Yes Network, to discuss how conservatives can help lift people up through a network of non-profits. Tune in for an exciting show.

What Matters for Tuesday September 20, 2016

Mark speaks with Dr. Hans von Spakovsky, senior legal fellow with the Heritage Foundation, and Elections Policy Analyst Susan Myrick, with the Civitas Institute, in the beginning of the hour before speaking with Tom Murry, chief legal counsel for government affairs with the Administrative Office of the Courts.