Bill LuMaye

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William Gheen, President of ALIPAC, discusses with Bill the endorsements withdrawn from several Democrats and the latest immigration issues.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