30 Apr 2018

Capitol Connection — Monday, April 30, 2018 — 30 Minutes

On today’s show Matt talks with Ryan Bomberger, of the Radiance Foundation, about his work spreading the Pro-Life message, and his pewee personal connection to the issue of abortion. Then Matt talks with former Gov. Pat McCrory about what he has been up to since leaving Raleigh, what is going on in the state, and about a possible run for the Governor’s Mansion in 2020. Follow along with the show on social media @nccapconn on Twitter and Instagram and also by searching for NC Capitol Connection on Facebook.

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26 Apr 2018

Capitol Connection — Thursday, April 26, 2018 — 50 Minutes

On today’s show Matt talks with Dennis Prager, of Prager U, and North Carolina Lt. Gov. Dan Forest at the Civitas Institute’s annual Conservative Leadership Conference in Raleigh this month. Then we talk with former Senator Jim DeMint, now of Convention of States. Make sure to follow along on social media @nccapconn on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts and also on podcasting apps on the Android system by searching Capitol Connection

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23 Apr 2018

Capitol Connection — Monday, April 23, 2018 — 30 Minutes

On today’s show Matt talks with Dennis Prager, of Prager U, and North Carolina Lt. Gov. Dan Forest at the Civitas Institute’s annual Conservative Leadership Conference in Raleigh this month. Make sure to follow along on social media @nccapconn on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts and also on podcasting apps on the Android system by searching Capitol Connection.

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09 Apr 2018

Capitol Connection — Monday, April 9, 2018 — 50 Minutes

On this episode of Capitol Connection Matt Caulder talks with Deep River Brewing Co. Owner and Head Brewmaster Paul Auclair about how the new tariffs on steel and aluminum will affect his beer brewing business in Johnston County and then Matt talks with Brian Balfour, executive vice president of the Civitas Institute, about the finer policy points and wider effects the tariffs could have on the nation, as well as how to better incentivize growth in domestic trade in these kinds of materials through free-market ideals and not by artificially making the foreign competitor more expensive.

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