Bill LuMaye

Friday, December 31, 2010

The Best of 2010 With The Internet Legend

Perry Woods and John Hood fill in for Bill LuMaye and hang out with the Internet Legend Himself Bob Lee discuss the Big Stories of 2010 in North Carolina.

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The Best of 2010 With John, Perry and Bob

John Hood and Perry Woods fill in for Bill LuMaye and discuss the top stories of the year with reporter for The Independent, Bob Geary.

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Thursday, December 30, 2010

State Wide Instant Runoff Voting- Did It Work?

Joyce McCloy of the NC Coalition for Verified Voting talks with Perry Woods and John Hood on Instant Runoff Voting in North Carolina.

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Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Will Gas Prices Go Up To Five Dollars A Gallon in 2012?

Eric Schurenberg, Editor-In-Chief of CBSMoneyWatch.com. Gas prices are predicted to rise as high as five dollars a gallon.

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Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Raleigh to Get New Sidewalks

Steve Waters of the Raleigh Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Commission talks with Chad Adams and Perry Woods the proposal for the city to front the costs of new sidewalks.

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Monday, December 27, 2010

There's A New Superintendent In Wake County

Ron Margiotta discusses the appointment of retired Brigadier General Anthony J. Tata as superintendent of the Wake County system.

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Thursday, December 23, 2010

Wake School Board To Hire Ex-General as New Superintendent

Bob Lee, the Internet Legend, discusses with Bill the possibility of Wake County hiring Anthony Tata, an ex-general, as the school system's new superintendent.

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Government Control Grows in Lameduck Session

Dr. Greg Brannon, President of Founder's Truth, talks with Bill on the recent lameduck session in Congress.

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Internet for Everybody or Just Those With More Money?

Art Brodsky, Communications Director of Public Knowledge, talks with Bill on Net Neutrality.

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NC Annexation Too Expensive for Residents

Bill talks with Mickey Sauls, a resident of the annexed Skycrest community, and Nelson Dollar, NC House Representative District 36, on annexation in North Carolina.

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Wednesday, December 22, 2010

How Do You Feel about Don't Ask Don't Tell?

Mike Lyons, CBS News Military Consultant, on Don't Ask Don't Tell being signed into law.

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Tuesday, December 21, 2010

States vs. Congress 2010

Congressman Walter Jones discusses a possible legislature that would allow states to repeal federal law with John Hood, President of the John Locke Foundation, and Perry Woods, Democratic strategist.

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Monday, December 20, 2010

They are not just whistling dixie!

Jim Krasula, CBS reporter, on the Anniversary Gala of SC Secession from the Union being celebrated by the Sons of Confederate Veterans in SC.

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WHAT'S UP WITH THESE GAS PRICES?

Bill LuMaye talks to Tom Crosby, AAA VP of Communications on area gas prices and trends.

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Friday, December 17, 2010

The Dream Act Crisis

William Gheen of Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) talks about the upcoming D.R.E.A.M. Act coming up for a vote.

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NC Policy Watch on Lucky Lotto

NC Policy Watch reporter Sarah Ovaska talks about who is really buying lottery tickets. The answer may shock you.

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Will NC Get "Deuses Wild?"

State Government Radio's Josh Ellis talks about the possibility of Governor Bev Perdue relenting on legal Video Poker

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Is the Federal Governmet full of hot air?

Darren Bakst of John Locke Foundation continues his conversation on proposed new Co2 emission legislation in the works.

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Thursday, December 16, 2010

Christmas Trees in Public Schools Unconstitutional?

Dr. Greg Brannon,President of Founder's Truth, talks with Bill on separation of church and state during Christmas.

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Mall Outlets Soon To Be the Things of the Past?

Dr. Mike Munger, Professor at Duke University, will join Bill to talk about several issues including the budget, spending bills and the Bush era Tax Cuts.

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"Reason's Greetings" From the Atheists

Mark Zumbach, President of the Triangle Freethought Society, talks with Bill on the new Billboard his group has placed at 401 and Capital Blvd in Raleigh to denote their Humanist/ Atheist/ Agnostic beliefs this holiday season.

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Wednesday, December 15, 2010

How Do You Feel about Spending in a Lameduck Congress?

Brian Darling, Director of Government Relations for the Heritage Foundation, on tax cuts in Congress this week, spending bills and other legislation in the lame duck Congress.

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Do you think Wake Co Schoolboard is Resegregating?

Ron Margiotta, Wake County Schoolboard Chairman, on recent meetings, the Federal Investigation and School Reassignments.

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Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Illegal Immigrants To Become Legal?

William Gheen, Executive Director of ALIPAC (Americans for Legal Immigration) talks with Perry Woods, Democratic Strategist, and John Hood, President of the John Locke Foundation, on the DREAM act coming up for vote and potential amnesty for illegals.

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Monday, December 13, 2010

Congresswoman Foxx talks about ObamaCare Decision

Congresswoman Virginia Foxx talks about the lameduck session, Obamacare, and other topical updates.

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Congresswoman Ellmers

Renee Ellmers, Congresswoman from NC, on the Obama Healthcare law and topical updates.

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Do You Think ObamaCare is Unconstitutional?

Andrew Cohen, CBS Senior Legal Analyst, on Virginia's challenge to the Obama Healthcare Law.

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Do You ObamaCare is Unconstitutional?

Andrew Cohen, CBS Senior Legal Analyst, on Virginia's challenge to the Obama Healthcare Law.

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Friday, December 10, 2010

Protests and Counter-Protests...

"Internet Legend Himself" Bob Lee and Randy Dye of NC Freedom discuss the Westboro Baptist Church's protest and NC Freedom's Counter-Protest.

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Westboro Baptist Church: Religious Terrorists?

Ben Raquena, the founder of the "Protect Elizabeth Edwards' Funeral from the Westboro Clan," talks about his views on the Westboro Baptist Church and how support for his Facebook page has swelled with support.

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Financial Update with Dr. Walden

Financial Updates with NC State Economics Professor Dr. Mike Walden.

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Thursday, December 9, 2010

How Does This Charter School Do It?

Cheryl Turner, CEO and Director of Sugar Creek Charter School in Charlotte, NC will join us to discuss her charter school having a proficiency rating well above the state average, scoring a 73.2 performance composite on the latest annual ABC test.

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Wednesday, December 8, 2010

John Tedesco from Wake Co Schoolboard on School Reassignment

John Tedesco, Wake County Schoolboard, on school reassignments and the Federal authorities investigating allegations of bias.

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Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Reliving Pearl Harbor Through A Veteran's Eyes

WWII US Marines Veteran Jim Bullock, formerly a PFC stationed at Pearl Harbor, discusses with Bill the day of the Attack on December 7, 1941.

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Congresswoman Foxx On President Obama's Speech

Congresswoman Virginia Foxx discusses the nation's budget and the President Obama's speech on extending tax cuts.

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Settlement Reached, Billions To Be Given To Black Farmers

Representative Steve King (R-IA) discusses with Bill the Pigford I & II and the settlement for Black Farmers.

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Monday, December 6, 2010

Friday, December 3, 2010

Oliver North Unleashed!

Retired Marine Colonel, host of War Stories with Oliver North on Fox News Channel, and a New York Times best-selling author candidly discusses his new book "American Heroes" and his opinion on Don't Ask Don't Tell.

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Are The Dems D.R.E.A.M. Weaving?

Steve Camarota, the Director of Research at the Center for Immigration Studies, discusses the FOUR (count 'em) different versions of the D.R.E.A.M. Act the Sen. Harry Reid and the Democrats are trying to push through.

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Thursday, December 2, 2010

Government Buying Bonds From Private Sector?

Dr. Mike Munger, Economist and Professor at Duke University, talks with Bill on Federal Reserves, government buying bonds from the private sector and TARP funding.

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Cut the Government Spending!

Chris Edwards, Director of Tax Policy Studies at CATO Institute and Editor of Downsizinggovernment.org, talks with Bill on a report outlining the Libertarian plan to balance the Federal budget.

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Students Will Move Around Till Board Comes to Final Vote

Ron Margiotta, Chairman of the Wake County School board, talks with Bill about recent meetings about school reassignments in Wake County, the NAACP, and AdvancEd accrediting the school board.

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Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Unemployment benefits are up for 2 million people

Carol Hardison is the second executive director of Crisis Assistance Ministry. Her job is to ensure the mission of the agency is carried out through work with the Board of Directors, staff, volunteers, and donors.

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How do you feel about Net Neutrality?

James Gattuso, Regulatory Policy Expert with the Heritage Foundation discusses "Net Neutrality."

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Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Bring the Fairness Doctrine Back?

Dr. Greg Brannon, President of Founder's Truth, joins Bill in talking about Howard Dean wanting to bring the the Fairness Doctrine back and more.

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WikiLeaks, Obama Taxes, and More with Senator Burr

Senator Richard Burr discusses with Bill his response on the WikiLeaks issue, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and the lame duck session in Congress.

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Benedictine Monks Go To Court Over Caskets

Jeff Rowes, Senior Attorney at The Institute for Justice in Arlington, VA, discusses the State of Louisiana's Funeral Regulatory Board that is out to stop the Benedictine Monks of Saint Joseph from selling their self-made caskets, which is their main source of their income. Mr. Rowes' organization is helping them sue in Federal Court.

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Monday, November 29, 2010

Was The Leak of Sensitive Documents by Wikileaks Treasonous?

General Burt Moore, US Air Force (RET) talks about the Wikileaks release of sensitive documents.

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Friday, November 26, 2010

Developments in North and South Korea

CBS Military Analyst Mike Lyons discusses the developments on the DMZ in Korea and possible escalations in fighting.

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Black Friday Update

CBS Reporter Steve Futterman on location in Los Angeles talks about how this year's Black Friday and hoe it is stacking up for the economy.

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Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Should Religion be An Issue When Deciding About War?

Rev. Amy Laura Hall, Associate Professor of Christian Ethics @ Duke Divinity School, on the News and Observer article "Triangle congregrations break silence on war."

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Will Republicans do a Better Job With the New House?

Representative Thom Tillis (R-Mecklenburg) the next Speaker of the NC House, talks about the future of the NC House with Republicans in control for the first time since the 1990's.

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Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Don Carrington Talks Easley's Plea

Don Carrington, executive editor of the Carolina Journal, discusses Easley's case in court today.

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Gary Pearce Talks Easley Case and 4 Billion Deficit

Gary Pearce, former Governor Hunt aid and current political activist blogger, discusses with Bill former Governor Easley's guilty plea and the 4 billion deficit.

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US Has Little Response to N. Korea Attack on S. Korea

Jeff McCausland, US Army Colonel Ret. and current CBS military consultant, discusses the recent shelling of a South Korean island by North Korea and the response of the US.

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Government Spends Thousands Every Minute, Hurting Economy

Lew Uhler, founder and President of the National Tax Limitation Committee, discusses with Bill the optimal size of any government is more than 20 percent of GDP.

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Easley Pleads Guilty To Campaign Violation

Rick Martinez, WPTF News Director, recaps former Governor Easley's plea deal in court today.

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Monday, November 22, 2010

Should The Government Stop Welfare Payments After Five Years

Marion Barry, DC Councilman, on limiting welfare recipients' benefits.

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Should non-American Citizens Be Allowed To Get Financial Aid

Jose Rico, on the Durham NC Dream Team, on reviving the Dream Act in Congress.

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How Do You Feel about Opting Out-of-Social Security

John Allison, Former BB&T CEO, now a professor at Wake Forest University on allowing young people to opt out of Social Security.

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Do you think the State Government spends too much?

Dana Cope, Executive Director of SEANC, on a new Elon University Poll suggesting that a significant majority of North Carolinians support raising revenue to the state's $3 billion budget gap.

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Friday, November 19, 2010

and the winner is...... Renee Ellmmers

Renee Ellmmers talks to NewsRadio 680 WPTF host Bill LuMaye about after the re-count victory over incumbent congressman Bob Ethridge.

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Thursday, November 18, 2010

NC Justice Center Talk Taxes In NC

Jeff Shaw and Edwin McLenaghan of the NC Justice Center talk with Bill about cutting taxes, government spending more.

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Obamacare Talk with Dr. Brannon

Dr. Greg Brannon, President of Founder's Truth, talks with Bill Obamacare and more.

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Gitmo Detainee Almost Walks

Raymond Tanter, CBS Military & Middle East Consultant, will join us on the civilian trial of Ahmed Ghailani and the impact this may have on the future trials of terrorists in Civilian Courts

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State Owes Retiree Health Fund Billions!

NC Representative Dale Folwell discusses with Bill on the phone about the State owing Retiree Health Fund $32 Billion with payments of $3 billion a year needed to keep for state workers

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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

JOSH ELLIS AND RON MARGIOTTA CALLS IN ON CHARTER SCHOOLS

Josh Ellis, State Government Radio, talks about Charter Schools and Wake County Schoolboard Chairman Ron Margiotta calls in to way in his opinion on Charter Schools.

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Commissioner Norwalk on Wake County Schools Budget Woes

Stan Norwalk, Wake County Commissioner, on the Wake County School's Budget situation.

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Chairman Margiotta on the Wake County Schoolboard Budgets

Ron Margiotta, Wake County Schoolboard Chairman, on the school system's budget woes.

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Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Durham Mayor Talks Metriculas IDs

Mayor Bell of Durham talks with Bill about last night's Durham Council meeting concerning accepting Metriculas IDs for immigrants.

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Woodard Talks Durham Meeting On Immigrant IDs

Ron Woodard of NC Listen discusses last night's Durham City Council meeting on Matriculas.

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Toll Road on Garner Turnpike?

Former County Commissioner Phil Jeffreys and Garner Mayor Ronnie Williams on the possibility of making the turnpike in Garner a toll road.

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Monday, November 15, 2010

Durham Councilman talks about Matricula Card

Eugene Brown, Durham City Councilman, on the Matricula issue, doesn't feel the council should be getting involved.

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WILLIAM GHEEN TALKS ABOUT CITY OF DURHAM WITH MATRICULA

William Gheen, President of Americans for legal Immigration (ALIPAC) On the Matricula issue in Durham (Against).

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The Matricula card ok for the City of Durham?

Marty Rosenbluth, Executive Director of the NC Immigration Rights Project, on the Matricula Issue in Durham (Pro).

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Friday, November 12, 2010

SAVE and Mandatory Arrests

Investigative journalist and policy analyst for SAVE, Philip W. Cook, talks about reform of domestic violence laws and how Mandatory Arrests Laws INCREASE Domestic Violence.

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American Heroes in Special Forces with Oliver North

Former Lt. Col. in the Marines and host of "War Stories" Oliver North talks about his new book "American Heroes in Special Forces."

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Thursday, November 11, 2010

Durham to Accept Mexican Issued ID's?

Ronald Garcia, Community Organizer for El Centro Hispano, discusses with Bill and Greg Brannon from Founder's Truth the proposed Durham resolution to accept Matriculas and Consular issued ID's for immigrants.

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NC Dream Team Rallies with LGBT

Jose Rico, Regional Representative of the NC Dream Team, discusses today's rally with Get Equal at Kay Hagan's office to show support for Gay and Lesbian Veterans. The NC Dream Team is working with the LGBT community to show solidarity and support.

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Gary Pearce On Jim Hunt

Gary Pearce, Political Activist, Blogger, and onetime staff member to Governor Jim Hunt discusses Jim Hunt and his biography on the Governor.

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Looking Back On Veteran's Day

Paul Lawrence Vann, Lt. Col. Air Force (Ret.), discusses the History of Veteran's Day and issues facing our veterans and the men and women in uniform today.

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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Layoffs for Wake School Teachers

Wake County Commissioner Stan Norwalk talks about severe budget cuts from the state and the potential of laying off teachers.

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John Tedesco talks about Wake County School Reassignments

John Tedesco, Wake County Schoolboard member, on latest with school reassignments and board meetings.

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Chaplain Klingenschmitt discusses Don't Ask Don't Tell

Gordon James Klingenschmitt, former US Navy Chaplain. The new Commandant of The Marinie Corps, 4-Star General James F. Amos, surprised the Obama Adminstration this week by advising Senators to support Senator John McCain's filibuster of the repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," during the lame-duck session of the Senate.

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Dr. Jerome Corsi talks about Mexican Truckers and US Policy

Dr. Jerome Corsi, Senior Managing Director, in the Financial Services Group at Gilford Securities & a Senior Staff Writer for WorldNetDaily.com, on Mexican Trucking.

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Renee Elmers talks about the recount process

Renee Elmers, Congressional Candidate for NC District 2 for US House of Representatives, talks about the recount process.

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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Alternative to VA Care?

Mike Tanner of the CATO Institute discusses with Bill a potential better plan than the VA has to take care of Veteran's health concerns.

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Monday, November 8, 2010

Will the Dollar Crash?

Craig Smith, Author of new book: "Crashing The Dollar" & CEO of Swiss America Trading Corporation, on the Dollar Plummetsing sharply on Fed Stimulus: How to survive A Global Currency Collapse.

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How do you feel about the Wake Co Schoolboard

Ron Margiotta, Wake County Schoolboard Chairman, on split within schoolboard on testing plans.

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Friday, November 5, 2010

The Fiscal Doctor Is In

Dr. Mike Walden, Economist at NC State, talks about the increase in money coming out from the Stimulus, and he make a prediction about his Cincinnati Bengals.

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The Count That Counts...

Carter Wrenn, Political Consultant to the Ellmers campaign, discusses the News & Observer article on the Etheridge attack video, the recount, and the possible "rift" between the GOP and the Ellmers campaign.

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Thursday, November 4, 2010

Post Election Talk with Phil Berger

Phil Berger, the Republican majority leader in the NC Senate, discusses the election and ideas for the future.

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Post Election Talk With Phil Matthews

Wake County Commissioner Phil Matthews discusses with bill the Mid-Term elections, current and impending issues.

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Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Renee Elmers Talks About Her Big Night

Renee Elmers, the day after a big night for her. She is waiting to hear if she is in fact the next member of Congress from North Carolina.

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NC House Rep. Paul Stem talks about his win

NC House Representative Paul Stam (Rep) on the big win for Republicans winning the NC General Assembly for the first time since 1898.

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NC State GOP Chair Tom Fetzer Talks About The Big Win

NC State GOP Chair Tom Fetzer talks about the big win and what's next for the party and the state.

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Commissioner Tony Gurley talks about the election

Wake County Commissioner Tony Gurley talks about the election and what's ahead for the Wake County Commission and the County Itself.

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Congressman Price on his victory and what's ahead for 2011

Congressman David Price talks about his win in yesterday's victory over BJ Lawson. He also talks about what's next for Congress in 2011.

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Tuesday, November 2, 2010

N.C. A Crucial State In 2010 Election

Ernest Istook, a Distinguished Fellow at the Heritage Foundation, talks with Bill on various Congressional Races and gives his predictions for the outcome.

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Who'll Take The House? Fitzsimon Gives His Predictions

Chris Fitzsimon, Executive Director of NC Policy Watch, gives Bill a more Liberal perspective on the elections, current campaign issues, and his predictions for the future.

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Problems At The Polls

Wendy Weiser, Deputy Director of the Democracy Program at the Brennan Center & an Adjunct Professor of Law at NYU School of Law, discusses intimidation of voters, the importance of elections, and problems with voting machines.

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Monday, November 1, 2010

The Knower of all things talks about the 2010 Mid-terms

Dr. Michael Munger, Duke University Political and Economic Professor talks about the upcoming 2010 Mid-term Elections.

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Who Is Going To Win The Mid-term 2010 Elections?

Tom Jensen of Public Policy Polling discusses the elections and polls for the 2010 Mid-term elections.

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Friday, October 29, 2010

Dems call for boycott of Art Pope!

N.C. business owner and conservative activist , Art Pope responds to the call for a boycott of his businesses by the N.C. Democratic Party because of his contributions to Republican candidates.

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electronic Voting Machine Issues?

Johnnie McLean, Deputy Director - Administration, N.C. Board of Elections, talks to Bill about concerns with electronic voting machines after a complaint by the state Republican Party.

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Thursday, October 28, 2010

ALIPAC Removes Endorsements From Two Democrats

William Gheen, President of ALIPAC, discusses with Bill the endorsements withdrawn from several Democrats and the latest immigration issues.

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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Renee Ellmers/ Candidate for House's 2nd District

Renee Ellmers joins Bill LuMaye on October 25th to discuss the campaign, the previous debate with Bob Etheridge and what stand ahead in these final days leading up to the election.

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Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Thousands of Tax Payer's Dollars Go Into Raunchy Films

Chris Hayes, Senior Legislative Analyst with the Civitas Institute, discusses the state's expanded film incentive program and the types of films that are being subsidized, including "R" rated films.

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Perdue's Flight Plans Not Paid For

Rick Henderson discusses the details of Governor Perdue's campaign finance issue concerning the federal investigation of the flights that some were not paid for by Governor Perdue's campaign.

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Deeper in Debt Leads to Inflation

Dr. Mike Walden, Economist and Professor at NC State University, discusses the addition of a trillion dollars added to the deficit that will eventually lead to raising inflation.

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Monday, October 25, 2010

NC Fair Peace Booth without a end-the- war petition

Patrick O'Neal, Steering Committee member for the NC Fair Peace Booth discusses the booth, its causes and any possibility of issues being politicized.

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Mary Katherine Ham talks about the upcoming Election

Mary Katherine Ham, writer for the Weekly Standard and a political commentator on the Fox News Channel talks about the upcoming election.

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How do you feel about Rules of Engagement in Afghanistan?

Congressman Walter Johns talks about the current rules of engagement in Afghanistan.

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Thursday, October 21, 2010

Death Toll Continues to Climb in Afghan War

General Burt Moore, Retired from the US Air Force, discuss the recent higher casualties in the War in Afghanistan.

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Drug Addicts Paid To Take Birth Control

Barbara Harris, Founder and Director of Project Prevention, discusses with Bill her organization's efforts to pay drug addicts to take long term or permanent birth control.

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Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Perry Woods talks about how Government works for you

Perry Woods, Democratic Strategist, talks about how government works for you.

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Wake Co. Schoolboard Chair talks about meeting

Ron Margiotta, Chairman of the Wake County Schoolboard talks about the meeting and reassignments.

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Tuesday, October 19, 2010

What Does Big Government Mean To You?

John Hood, President of the John Locke Foundation, talks big government, annexation, and more with Bill and what it means to the people.

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Tea Party Signs Suggest Racism?

Emily Ekins, a doctoral student of UCLA, discusses her study on Tea Party signs and her findings.

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Tim Dale, Home Mortgage Director for BB&T, on NC's request

Tim Dale, Home Mortgage Director for BB&T, to speak on the state of NC's requesting to halt foreclosures.

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SAFEchild member talks about protecting children

Stacey Sullivan, of SAFEchild, on protecting children such as from stories like Zarah Baker in History, and the Durham father who killed his son in the recent news.

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Hospitality Alliance Director is opposed to Durham Hotel

Hospitality Alliance Director, Jim Hobbs, on his group opposing the city of Durham's 4.2 million pledge of business incentives to the proposed conversion of downtown's SunTrust tower into a luxury hotel wants officials to allow more scrutiny of the deal.

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Andrew Cookson talks about changes to mortgage laws

Andrew Cookson, a Raleigh Attorney, on making changes to mortgage laws. He has been arguing in Triangle coutrooms that loan documents were being mishandled.

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Time Dale from BB&T Talks about Foreclosure Practices

Tim Dale, Home Mortgage Director for BB&T, talks about the state of NC's requesting to halt foreclosures and BB&T's practices.

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Friday, October 15, 2010

American's for Prosperity's battle

Dallas Woodhouse of the North Carolina branch of American's for Prosperity discusses President Obama's call-out of the group on MTV.

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Waiting For Superman

John Tedesco of the Wake County School Board, discusses the earlier poll by the NCAE and the screening of Davis Guggenheim's documentary "Waiting for Superman" last night in Chapel Hill.

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Teacher's Poll Low Marks?

Tama Bouncer, the Wake County Delegate for the N.C.A.E., discusses the recent poll of educators that gave the Wake County School Board low marks.

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Thursday, October 14, 2010

American Civilians Killed At the Border

Rep. Aaron Peña, D-Edingburg of the Texas House of Representatives, talks with Bill about the Falcon Lake killings around the US/ Mexico border.

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ICE Keeps Nun's Killer Investigation Under Wraps

Corey Stewart, Chairman of the Prince William County Board of Supervisors, talks with Bill about the findings of a probe in the case of an illegal alien drunk driver who killed a nun earlier this year.

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Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

NC First To Have Statewide IRV

Bob Phillips, Executive Director of Common Cause North Carolina since 2001, discusses with Bill the upcoming Judicial elections and the introduction of IRV in NC statewide.

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Monday, October 11, 2010

UNC Players ineligible permanently from the team

WPTF Sports Director Taylor Zarzour talks about the most recent impact of the NCAA investigation on the UNC football program.

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Will we have inflation due to the US printing more money?

Mike Walden, NC State Economist, on US printing more money.

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How do you feel about foreclosures?

Linda Craft, Real Estate Agent (Linda Craft & Team Realtors) talks about foreclosures and the triangle real estate market.

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Friday, October 8, 2010

The Dow From A Local Perspective

Triangle Business Journal Editor Dale Gibson discusses the Dow Jones upsurge and how the unemployment numbers in NC might be a good thing.

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The Dow Is Up, So What?

Duke Professor Dr. Michael Munger discusses the Dow Jones dancing around 11,000 points and why that isn't good news.

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Forgone Forclosures?

Dr. Mike Walden of N.C. State discusses Bank of America halting foreclosure sales and the Dow hitting 11,000 points.

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Thursday, October 7, 2010

Healthcare Bill Will Pay For Itself

Jeff Shaw and Adam Searing of the NC Justice Center talk with Bill about Obamacare, Medicare and the Healthcare Bill.

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Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Perry Woods talks about Wake Co School Board reassignment

Perry Woods, Democratic Strategist, talks about the Wake County School Board's Decision to table school reassignment.

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John Tedesco reacts to school board's decision

John Tedesco, Wake County School Board member, on last night's meeting and recent development's on school reassignment.

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Debra Goldman Votes Against Board

Debra Goldman, Wake County Schoolboard member, on her decision to not vote for school reassignment if she is not more involved.

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How do you feel about the reassignments of the School Board?

Brenda Berg, member of the Great Schools in Wake Coalition, talks about her views on recent Wake County Schoolboard's decision and their negative impact on the community.

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Monday, October 4, 2010

Do you agree with Strict Sign Ordinances

Pastor John Williams, pastor of Cathedral Community Christian Center Church, talks to us about the sign his church placed on their property that the City of Cary wants taken down. It is similar to one they had already put up, but this one includes the pastor's face. The city says there are now too many colors, the pastor intends to involve the ACLU and NAACP. He is willing to meet with anyone in a non-hostile environment to hear their opinions on the matter.

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Former NC Speaker Jim Black Relased from NC Prison

Rick Henderson, of the Carolina Journal, on the release of Jim Black (NC Speaker of the House) from Federal Prison Today.

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Friday, October 1, 2010

Big Coloring Book Death Threats?

Wayne Bell, owner of Really Big Coloring Books Of Missouri, discusses the death threats he's received since his company released "The Tea Party Coloring Book for Kids."

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Thursday, September 30, 2010

WEP's New President Called Into Wake School Issue

Steve Parrot, the new President of Wake Education Partnership, who has replaced Ann Denlinger, talks with Bill about the Wake County School Assignment Plan, his stand on it, and WEP.

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Big Companies Say "Bye-Bye" to NC

Tom Vass, an Investment Portfolio Manager from Raleigh, talks with Bill about the North Carolina economy struggling due to large corporations that once recruited the state with tax incentives have now moved operations.

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The Truth Behind the Big Bank Crisis

Rick Rothacker, a reporter for the Charlotte Observer and author of "Banktown: The Rise and Struggles of Charlotte's Big Banks", discusses the truth behind the Bank of America and Wachovia crisis.

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Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Mayor Meeker Calls Mayors to Schools Issue

Mayor Charles Meeker, Mayor of Raleigh, comments on school reassignments in Wake County and calling mayors of Wake to support a committee to scrutinize the reassignment plan.

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Mayors Talk Wake School Assignment Plan

Mayor Frank Eagles of Rolesville and Mayor Dick Sears of Holly Springs talk with Bill on the school reassignment plan in Wake County and share their stand on the issue.

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Where Did They Come From?

Steve Milloy, Founder of JunkScience.com, discusses with Bill the sudden spread of Bedbugs in America.

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Monday, September 27, 2010

The Knower of Important Things on Going Negative

Dr. Michael Munger, Economist and Duke University Professor, discusses why negative campaign ads work so well.

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Wake County School Board vs. NAACP (again)

Ron Margiotta, Wake County School Board Chairman, discusses the recent NAACP Federal Civil Rights Complaint against the Wake County School Board.

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Christianity in Fort Bragg

Rob Boston, Senior Policy Analyst for American United for Separation of Church and State, discusses last weekend's Christian Event at Fort Bragg. Did the event step over the line?

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November Elections, Make Your Bets

Michael Barrone of The Washington Examiner discusses the upcoming November Mid-Term Elections.

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This Time We Win, Revisiting the Tet Offensive

James Robbins, Author of "This Time We Win, Revisiting the Tet Offensive," discusses the history of the Vietnam War and the Tet Offensive, how it affected politics back home in America, and what we can learn from it in Afghanistan.

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Friday, September 24, 2010

The Knower of Important Things and The Internet Legend!

Dr. Michael Munger, Economist and Professor at Duke University, and Bob Lee of BobLeeSays.com, discuss a recent letter from NC Economists to Congress to extend the Bush Tax cuts that Dr. Munger DID NOT SIGN!

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AdvancED

Wake County School Board Chairman Ron Margiotta discusses AdvancED and responds to the previous guest, Dr. Mark Elgart.

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Hey Ladies (In Government)!

Mary Katharine Ham, a nationally know pundit, talks about the Year of the Woman Candidate, how Women are treated by the media, and the midterm election environment.

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Garner Building Bumbles

Dr. Michael Sanera, who is a Local Government Analyst for the John Locke Foundation, discusses the Garner planning board/town council situation with builder and home requirements.

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Thursday, September 23, 2010

What Else Can Be Cut?

Jeff Shaw and Edwin McLenaghan of the NC Justice Center discuss with Bill their new report about concern over potential decrease in state spending.

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AdvancED Threatens to Deny Wake County Accredidation

Dr. Mark Elgart, President and CEO of AdvancED, discusses with Bill and Rick Martinez, AdvancED's threat to deny accreditation of the Wake County School High Schools and his concerns for Wake County.

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Moore Switched Parties To Run For Governor

Brian Moore, 2008 Socialist Party presidential candidate, discusses with Bill about why he switched to the Democratic Party to run in the Florida gubernatorial primary, where he scored 200,000 votes.

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Obamacare Requires Your Children to Reveal Sexual Preference

Connie Hair, congressional correspondent for Human Events, talks on the House Democratic Bill that would have federal health officials asking kids about their sexual identity.

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A New Republican Pledge

Senator Richard Burr discusses with Bill the Republicans' "Pledge For America", and the recent cloture vote on the National Defense Authorization Bill. We did extend an invitation for Elaine Marshall, North Carolina Secretary of State, to join us on the show; her office declined.

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Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Who is the Real Sarah Palin?

Stephen Mansfield, author of "The Faith and Values of Sarah Palin gives a behind the scenes look at the real Sarah Palin.

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Monday, September 20, 2010

Do Community Colleges have the right to deny students?

Stephen Scott, President of Wake Tech, on a new admissions proposal for Community Colleges that would allow the state's 58 two-year colleges to deny admission if a potential student poses a health or safe risk.

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Friday, September 17, 2010

Joe Coletti (John Locke Foundation)

The Director of Health and Fiscal Policy Studies for the John Locke Foundation discusses the new North Carolina budget.

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"Mad As Hell" and now has a network

David Jaget, founder of Right Network, discusses his new Conservative-based TV Network.

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Ron Margiotta on the Proposal for a new Assignment Policy

Wake County School Board Chairman Ron Margiotta discusses reactions to the Wake County's business leadership's proposal for a new assignment policy that could lead to high-poverty schools in Southeast Raleigh.

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Thursday, September 16, 2010

Poverty Rates Highest In Years

Jeff Shaw of the NC Justice Center talks with Bill on poverty rates at 15% in America right now, tax cuts for the middle class, and the stimulus plan.

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Ann Coulter Excited for O'Donnell

Ann Coulter, Conservative Pundit and political author, comments on Christine O'Donnell winning the Republican primary in Delaware.

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New Student Assignment Plan Coming to Wake County!

Harvey Schmitt, President of the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce, comments on the Wake Education Partnership hiring a consultant to design a new student assignment plan.

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"Fire Pelosi"!

Chairman Michael Steele of the Republican National Convention discusses with Bill the "Fire Pelosi" Bus Tour, an effort for the Republicans to re-take the House of Representatives.

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Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Dr. Greg Brannon talks about politics and the Tea Party

Dr. Greg Brannon, of Founder's Truth talks politics and about his new organization. Also, he discusses the effects of the Tea Party on current elections and the recent primary wins by some such as O'Donnell in Delaware.

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Apex Mayor Keith Weatherly on Global Warming

Apex Mayor Keith Weatherly on the opposing views to Councilmen Jensen on Global Warming and Government Regulations.

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How do you feel about Global Warming?

Bill Jensen, Apex Town Councilman, on his recent proposed Resolution to encourage new businesses to construct buildings that would accommodate for the use of alternative energy systems.

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Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Ann Coulter On The Bill LuMaye Show!

Ann Coulter, Conservative Pundit and Host, discusses with Bill the upcoming November elections, the Tea Party, and the Mosque in New York.

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Monday, September 13, 2010

How do you feel about Third Party Runoff Voting?

Dr. Michael Munger, Professor, and Chair, Department of Political Science and Professor, Departments of Economics and Public Policy at
Duke University talks about third party runoff voting.



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Should Charter Schools get State Funding?

Sen. Eddie Goodall, NC R-Union & President of the North Carolina Alliance for Public Charter Schools on NC Winning the Race to the top funding and how Charter Schools got cut out.

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Should someone have the right to burn a Quran?

Duncan Phillip, a Wyoming Resident and founding member of the Wyoming Tyranny Response Team, on this past weekend's intended Quran burning and why it Didn't go through.

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Friday, September 10, 2010

The Internet Legend Returns!

The Internet Legend Himself Bob Lee returns to the studio to talk about all issues North Carolinian.

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American-Muslim Relations

Local Imam Sameh Asal discusses the current shaky relations in America with Muslims, the Ground Zero Mosque, Pastor Terry Jones, Qur'an Burnings and Bible readings.

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