Mark speaks with Ocean Isle Mayor Debbie about her small town of 600+ permanent residents that swells to more than 25,000 during the tourism season, and speaks to Rep. Mark Meadows about the issue of property rights in the state and country before speaking with Civitas Institute President Francis De Luca on today’s special property rights themed edition of What Matters in North Carolina.
Mark speaks with Rep. Jon Hardister (R-Guilford) about the coming session in January. Mark also speaks with Tim Boyum, anchor of Capital News Tonight, about the election and the importance North Carolina has in comparison to years past. to find out more, listen in…
Mark opens up the show with Brian Balfour, executive vice president of the Civitas Institute about his recent article, NC’s Economy Continues its Hot Streak. Mark also speaks with WBTV Investigative Reporter Nick Oschner about a Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department cadet who died in July, amidst warnings about the heat that were apparently ignored by instructors as well as his story about the latest lawsuit filed against the McCrory administration over public records.
Mark opens the show with Dave Breemer, Principal Attorney with the Pacific Legal Foundation, to talk about the rights of property owners on the coast and then speaks with Rep. Chris Malone (R-Wake) about his upcoming bid for reelection in November.
Mark speaks with Dr. Andy Taylor, professor of Political Science at NC State University, about the upcoming election in the state and the importance that North Carolina holds in the national presidential election. Mark also speaks with Tyler Voigt, deputy state director of the NC Chapter of Americans for Prosperity, about AFP’s efforts in the state to get conservative leaders elected.
Mark speaks with newly minted House Majority Leader Rep. John Bell IV (R-Wayne) about his meteoric rise to the role in only his second term in the House and also speaks with Darrel Allison, head of Parents for Educational Freedom about school choice in the state as the school year opens for many this week. Have a safe Labor Day weekend and What Matters will be back Tuesday, September 6th.
What Matters was away for a few days while we changed locations but we are back with a new one-hour format, condensed down to bring you the best content in a digestible package.
On today’s show Mark speaks with Stephanie Keaveney about safe spaces and trigger zones in schools, and what would need to happen to be able to take back rational thought in college and then Mark speaks with Joe Bastardi, with Weatherbell.com about Hurricane Hermine and the expected affect the system will have on the Old North State over the weekend.