Do you know our state’s insect? What does it matter and how does it relate to politics? You’ll find out as Chad kicks off Wednesday’s show. Then, Carolina Plott Hound Co-founder, Paul Chesser, is in studio. Chad asks how he keeps the site constantly updated – even when he’s traveling. Paul tells him, “Cell phone towers are great.” Chad and Paul go back and forth about other stories including whether the GA will do anything with the bond, solar subsidies and whether the mandate will be extended after the beginning of the year, and the budget in general. Paul also talks about other sites for which he writes columns. He says if you have a story worth linking to, just email the story and link to firstname.lastname@example.org.
112th District Rep. Mike Hager joins Chad in the second hour. They have an open discussion about what is happening in the state House. Rep. Hager answers all of Chad’s questions on the bond, Medicaid funding, solar subsidies, the taxpayer protection act, sales tax redistribution, and so much more. If you want the answers on any of the important issues, you’ll get them during this can’t miss interview as nothing is off the table.
Finally, why would someone who has come out against fossil fuels buy up stock in the coal industry at highly reduced prices? Chad lets us in on what George Soros has been doing lately. It’s another thing that makes you go, “Hmmm.”
On tomorrow’s show, Director of Education Studies with the John Locke Foundation, Terry Stoops, gives Chad a lesson in how the GA can best fund education in our state.