11 Oct 2016

What Matters for Tuesday, October 11, 2016

The women are taking over on What Matters as Mark speaks with prominent North Carolina women in politics about their opinions on the 2005 video released of Donald Trump speaking about women in a disrespectful way, as well as commenting on the issues of the day as the election draws near. Mark opens the show with Demi Dowdy, communications coordinator for the Civitas Institute, and then speaks with A.P. Dillon, political blogger at ladyliberty1885.com and co-founder of  American Lens, before finishing out the show with Michelle Nix, vice-chairman the North Carolina GOP.

 

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10 Oct 2016

What Matters for Monday, October 10, 2016

Mark speaks with Rep. Mark Meadows (R-11th District) to open Monday’s show, speaking about the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew in the state and recent developments in the Presidential election before speaking with Dr. Susan Roberts, professor of Political Science at Davidson College, for a recap of the debate and an analysis of the effect the 2005 comments by Donald Trump regarding women will have on his campaign.

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07 Oct 2016

What Matters for Friday, October 7, 2016

Mark opens the show with Susan Myrick, elections policy analyst for the Civitas Institute, about the recent story that exposed that a state elections official seemingly was telling North Carolina residents that it was legal and completely okay to vote the ballots of their family memebrs, semmingly admitting to doing it herself. Mark then speaks with Captial Tonight Anchor Tim Boyum about the election and of course Hurricane Matthew.

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06 Oct 2016

What Matters for Thursday, October 06, 2016

On today’s show, Mark speaks with first-time What Matters guest Sen. Joyce Krawiec (R- Forsyth) about what it means to be a conservative as well as some of the accomplishments of the NC General Assembly where she serves. Mark also spoke with Nick Ochsner, an Investigative Reporter for WBTV, about his report about the bad service veterans have been receiving at the Salisbury VA Medical Center, with employees manipulating wait times in reports to make it look better; also a report on the settlement between Duke Energy and the Southern Environmental Law Center for the removal of coal ash at the Buck Steam Station and finally a report on the current mood in Charlotte following the protests. Mark finished out the show with Matt Caulder, host of the NC Gun Dad show and writer for NC Capitol Connection, about Hillary Clinton’s position on the Second Amendment, as evidenced by a leaked audio file from last October where she railed against the NRA, saying “The Supreme Court has gotten it wrong when it comes the 2nd Amendment, and I’m going to make it my mission to change that.”

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05 Oct 2016

What Matters for Wednesday, October 5, 2016

On today’s show Mark speaks with North Carolina Lt. Governor Dan Forest in the first half hour of the show before speaking with Dr. Salim Furth, a research fellow in macroeconomics at the Heritage Foundation and then finishing out the show with Tyler Voight, deputy director of the North Carolina Chapter of Americans for Prosperity, to talk about the upcoming election.

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04 Oct 2016

What Matters for Tuesday, October 04, 2016

Mark speaks with Dr. Adam Hyde, from the Wake Forest University BB&T Center for the Study of Capitalism, about free markets and how they benefit society and how less government intrusion in the form of higher taxes and regulations is an asset to helping markets flourish. Mark also speaks with Dr. Peter Navarro, author of the best-selling book, “Crouching Tiger: What China’s Militarism Means to the World” and economic adviser to the Trump campaign, about how trade deals such as NAFTA have adversely impacted North Carolina’s manufacturing business costing thousands of jobs.

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03 Oct 2016

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