Bill LuMaye

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

David Limbaugh's New Book Is Aimed At Obama

David Limbaugh discusses his newest publication "Crimes Against Liberty: An Indictment of President Obama" and why he thinks Obama is the "most destructive President in American history".

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Government Wants Your Retirement Funds

Dr. Jerome Corsi, #1 New York Times bestselling author and a senior staff writer for, comments on the possible investments of your IRA in Government Bonds with Bill.

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NC3 Not Necessary?

Dr. Michael Sanera, Director of Research and Local Government Studies at the John Locke Foundation, gives an in depth look at the logistics of the proposed high speed rail concept for 5 Points.

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High Speed Rail Headed For Raleigh

Rick Baker, Co-President of the Historic Glenwood Brooklyn Neighborhood Assoc., discusses the rally for later this evening in protest against the high speed rail proposed for the neighborhood.

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Monday, August 30, 2010

Should Obama Take Credit for Iraq War?

Jeff Shaw, of the NC Justice Center, talks about Obama and the Iraq War.

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Wake County Schoolboard Chairman Margiotta Not To Run Again

Ron Margiotta, Chairman of the Wake County Schoolboard talks about the meeting with area business leaders last week, his decision not to run again for the schoolboard after his term, the meeting today on after-school busing today and more topical issues.

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Katrina: too much reliance on the government?

Sid Shapiro, Associate Dean for Research and Development/University Distinguished Chair in Law at Wake Forest University, joins us for the 5th Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina hitting the Gulf Coast and New Orleans

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Friday, August 27, 2010

Bob Lee and Greg Barnes talk Tar Heels

The Internet Legend Himself Bob Lee along with Inside Carolina reporter Greg Barnes discuss the UNC/NCAA investigation and if the scandal was handled properly.

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Tim Phillips wants Prosperity

The President of Americans For Prosperity, Tim Phillips, discusses the 4th Annual "Defending the American Dream" Summit being held in Washington D.C. and what people can do to take action.

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Dick Morris Defends the American Dream

Dick Morris, American political author and commentator, talks about Americans for Prosperity's 4th Annual "Defending the American Dream" rally in Washington D.C.

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Dr. Mike Walden talks Double Dip

North Carolina State University Economist Dr. Mike Walden talks about economic downturns, recent unemployment numbers and a possible double dip recession in the future.

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Thursday, August 26, 2010

UNC Football Updates!

Taylor Zarzour fills in Rick Martinez with the latest on the UNC Football investigations. Listen to the UNC Press Conference LIVE tonight at 7:30 pm!

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UNC Football: Breaking News!

Rick Martinez talks to Taylor Zarzour, WPTF Sports Director, for the first time on the UNC Football infractions.

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The States, Not The Federal Government Are The Solution

Matt Mayer, Visiting Fellow at the Heritage Foundation, discusses the fourth solution of the series "Solutions for America." Today's solution: Look to the States.

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"Border Wars" Reveals the Inside Look of Illegal Immigration

Nick Stein of National Geographic discusses the perils of the Mexican border and the show "Border Wars", a series on Illegal Immigration. "Border Wars" will start on National Geographic starting September 1st.

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Wednesday, August 25, 2010

NCCU Vice Chancellor talks about Dress Code

Kevin Rome, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs And Enrollment Management at NCCU talks about Dress Code.

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Former Coach Fired for Controversial Song about Obama

Bryan Glover, a former Football Coach from Tennessee, talks to Bill about a song he wrote a song called "When You're Holding a Hammer, Everything Looks Like a Nail" which takes a dig at Obama and the current administration.

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Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Governor Perdue Campaign Fined Thousands

Josh Ellis of State Government Radio comments on the North Carolina State Board of Elections fining Governor Beverly Perdue for unreported flights during the 2004 and 2008 elections.

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Solutions For A Free Economy

Curtis Dubay, Senior Policy Analyst with the
Heritage Foundation, discusses the next in the series "Solutions for America." Today's part is Solution 3: Restore Our Free Economy.

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Party and Protest At Ken Eudy's House!

Dana Cope, Executive Director of SEANC, comments on the protest scheduled for later outside Capstrat CEO Ken Eudy's house, because Mr. Eudy is throwing a Democratic Fundraiser.

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Monday, August 23, 2010

Jeff Shaw, of the NC Justice Center, talks about Foreclosure

Jeff Shaw, of the NC Justice Center, talks about how to save your home from Foreclosure.

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Beth Wood, NC State Auditor, on state employees and raises

Beth Wood, NC State Auditor, on state employees and merit based raises

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John Bolton talks about Israel and Iran's Nuclear Reactor

Former Ambassador John Bolton on Israel having only 8 days to take out the Iranian Nuclear Reactor before the fuel rods are added.

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Friday, August 20, 2010

Fitzsimon and Callers!

Chris Fitzsimon of NC Policy Watch talks with callers about the political ramifications of term limits.

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McCrory on Ellmers and V!

Former Charlotte Mayor Pat McCrory talks about the Jimmy V Classic, Renee Ellmers and many of the political issues of the day.

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Solutions For America!

Ernest Istook, a distinguished fellow with the Heritage Foundation discusses "Solutions For America," and taking back fiscal futures.

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Give The Sheriff 30 Minutes!

Sheriff Paul Babeu of Pinal County in Arizona discusses his 30 minute-pitch to President Obama to secure the border.

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Thursday, August 19, 2010

The War Is Over!

Mike Lyons, CBS Military News Analyst, discusses the last day of US Combat Operations in Iraq, what's coming up next, and more.

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NY Mosque, A Front To Americans And Muslims

Raheel Raza, author of "Their Jihad Not My Jihad," comments on the New York Mosque, the view of the Mosque by Muslims, and explains why she opposes the Mosque.

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OSHA Sticks It To Small Business Owner

Gary Heffernan, a Missouri based Tuck Pointer of 35 years, discusses his recent citation and fines by an OSHA inspector and his fight against these because he can't afford the suggested "improvements".

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Wednesday, August 18, 2010


Rev. Mark Arey from the Greek Orthodox Diocese talks about the Church near Ground Zero that still hasn't been rebuilt due to red tape from the New York City Port Authority.

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Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Border Too Dangerous To Patrol?

Sheriff Larry Deaver of Cochise County, Arizona discusses border agents being pulled from "dangerous" areas of the border and parks in his county that are too dangerous for Americans to approach.

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Accrediting Company To Review Wake County's New Policy

Dr. Mark Elgart, CEO of AdvancEd, discusses AdvancEd and its plans to send a team to Wake County this fall to review the school system's student assignment policy.

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Moratorium Going To Go Away Soon?

Michel Claudet, President of Terrabonne Parrish, gives the latest update on the Gulf, the Moratorium's affect on the Gulf, and jobs in Louisiana.

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Monday, August 16, 2010

Professor Michael Radelet talks about the Dealth Penalty

Professor Michael L. Radelet, of the University of Colorado at Boulder's Sociology Department, talks about the Death Penalty and using Racial Bias as a plea for reevaluation.

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Ken Rose talks about recent change for Death Row inmates

Ken Rose, Staff Attorney for the Durham based Center for Death Penalty Litigation, on the recent change allowing Death Row inmates to claim racial bias.

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Friday, August 13, 2010

Jaw Dropping Comments by Dr. Laura!

Bill gets reaction from callers plus guests, Terry Tuff & Cash Michaels in the aftermath of Dr. Laura's jaw dropping comments made on her overnight radio show this week on WPTF.

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Robert Kucab Helps Homeowners

Robert Kucab, the Executive Director of the NC Housing Finance Agency discusses how jobless homeowners can receive aide.

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Thursday, August 12, 2010

Reverend Locks Arms Against New Arizona Immigration Laws

Rev. Peter Morales, President of the Unitarian Universalist Association comments on his recent demonstration locking arms in front of the garage doors at Arapio's Maricopa County Jail in Downtown Phoenix.

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How Do The Voters Feel in North Carolina?

Chris Hayes, of the Civitas Institute, comments on the latest polls on upcoming voting tendencies in North Carolina

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Mass Man Sues State Over Mandatory Health Coverage

Michael A. Merlina, a Massachusetts resident who is suing the Massachusetts Health Insurance Connector Authority comments on the $2000 he was fined for not paying his mandatory health insurance coverage.

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Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Fannie-Freddie Could Cost Taxpayers Billions

Congressman Walter B. Jones says Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac could cost us 148 billion dollars and the commission for an investigation he wants against the two mortgage finance agencies.

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Illegal Immigrant Set Free After Killing Nun In Car Crash

Corey Stewart, Chairman of Prince William County's Board of Supervisors, discusses the release of the illegal immigrant who caused the death of a Catholic nun.

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Mandatory Health Insurance for Students Covers Abortions?!

Sarah Hardin, President of North Carolina State University's Students for Life group, comments on UNC's decision to have all students have health insurance, which also covers abortions.

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Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Groups For and Against Gay Marriage Rally In Raleigh

Brian Brown, President of the National Organization for Marriage, discusses the rally concerning gay marriage in downtown Raleigh.

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Raleigh Convention Center Asks For More Funds

Tony Gurley, Chairman of the Wake County Board of Commissioner, comments on the additional funding requested by the Raleigh Convention Center.

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Monday, August 9, 2010

Should We Save Public Jobs Or Private Sector Jobs?

Jeff Shaw, Communications Director of the Justice Center, comments on the stimulus package, saving jobs, and our current economy status.

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Major Changes Ahead For School Testing

Terry Stoops of John Locke Foundation comments on recent school scores in North Carolina and where our local schools stand in the ratings.

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Friday, August 6, 2010

Steinbach on the Big Bomb

John Steinbach, with the Hiroshima/Nagasaki Peace Committee of the National Capital Area discusses the Anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima.

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Dr. Greg Brannon on Founder's Truth

Dr. Greg Brannon of Founder's Truth discusses his new group and their mission to "seek to enable all Americans to hold tightly to their individual rights to the American Dream..."

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Thursday, August 5, 2010

Senator Burr Disputes Andy Griffith Ad

Senator Richard Burr comments on Mayberrygate, a situation which he and several other Senators say is a scheme which uses taxpayers' money to support Democrats.

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High School Senior Puts Pledge Back In His School

Sean Harrington, a Senior at Arlington High in Arlington, Massachusetts, discusses his fight to re-instate the Pledge of Allegiance at his school and his victory.

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Health Care Bill Will Cost More For You

Sally Pipes, President of the Pacific Research Institute and author of "Truth About Obamacare," comments on the 2,400 page Health Care Bill.

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Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Prop 8 Ruling Today

Steve Futterman, CBS Correspondent, comments on the upcoming decision that will be made by Judge Vaughn Walker on overturning Prop 8 which bans gay marriage in California.

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NC State Employees' Pay More than Private?

Brian Balfour of the Civitas Institute discusses North Carolina's Growing income gap between public and private companies' employees.

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Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Training Starts for Prospective Green Berets in NC

Major Matt Maybouer, Commander of Delta Company, First Battalion, First Special Warfare Training Group, comments on Robin Sage exercises around the state.

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Does North Carolina Need an Immigration Law Like Arizona?

Sheriff Jim Pendergraph (Retired), currently running for a seat on the Mecklenburg County Board of Commissioners, comments on immigration laws in Arizona and North Carolina.

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Monday, August 2, 2010

Will Raising Taxes On The Rich Help The Poor?

Dr. Mike Walden from NC State University, discusses whether raising taxes will increase revenue to the government or hurt the economy.

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