31 Oct

What Matters for Monday, October 31, 2016

Mark speaks with Brenden Jones, current Republican candidate for House District 46, who says he was punched Saturday at the Bladenboro “Beast Fest” by his Democrat opponent, Tim Benton, who was angry at a GOP mailer comparing him to Hillary Clinton. Jones has sworn out a complaint against Benton for assault. Mark then speaks with Julie Tisdale, city and county policy analyst and research manager at the John Locke Foundation, on the problems associated with the Wake Transit Plan that calls for a sales tax increase in Wake County that will be on the ballot in November. To finish up the show Mark speaks with Daniel Horowitz, senior editor of Conservative Review, to discuss what conservatives are to do when they really do not have a home, especially social conservatives.

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