Monthly Archives: March 2017

What Matters-A.P. Dillon-Friday, March 31, 2017-32 Minutes

AP Dillon, co-founder and author at, joins the show to talk about the passage of House Bill 142 on Thursday, repealing  HB2. As a conservative, does she feel let down in any way? Who wins politically with this outcome, Gov. Roy Cooper or the GOP-led General Assembly? Have we heard the last from the militant LGBT and activist left on this issue of transgender bathroom access and non-discrimination ordinances?

What Matters-Rep. Chris Millis-Thursday, March 30, 2017-29 Minutes

Mark brings on Rep. Chris Millis (R-Onslow) to talk about his call for NC Secretary of State Elaine Marshall to either resign her position or face possible impeachment over her commissioning of over 300 illegal aliens as notary publics. Also Millis talks about his views on the most recent bill that will repeal HB2 announced last night by Sen. Phil Berger and House Speaker Tim Moore.

What Matters-Daniel Horowitz-Wednesday, March 29, 2017-21 Minutes

Mark speaks with Daniel Horowitz, senior editor at, about last week’s ObamaCare repeal, non-repeal circus and the role that North Carolina’s own Rep. Mark Meadows had as chairman of the Freedom Caucus in stopping the passage of the bill.

What Matters-Tami Fitzgerald-Tuesday, March 28, 2017-29 Minutes

Mark speaks with Tami Fitzgerald, executive director of the NC Values Coalition,about an article that the Associated Press published on Monday that said HB2 would cost North Carolina billions over the next 12 years. Fitzgerald says that the AP’s math doesn’t add up. Also she tells us the latest from Charlotte wherein the Charlotte Mecklenburg School District, as part of an anti-bullying emphasis, was planning to have students, starting with first-graders, read a book titled, “Jacob’s New Dress” which is about a transgender boy and his wearing of a dress. Pushback caused the school district to change their plan and a book titled, “Red: A Crayon’s Story,” which conveys a similar message although with less of an overt title. Fitzgerald voiced concerns about the inappropriateness of the content for six-year old children.