Bill LuMaye

Monday, January 31, 2011

Should NC Join The Mulitstate Lawsuit against Healthcare?

John Hood and Perry Woods talk with Rep. Paul "Skip" Stam about the bill that would add NC to a lawsuit about mandated healthcare that will be heard by Florida District Court.

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Friday, January 28, 2011

What do you think a NC Party Chair Should Do?

David Parker has held many different jobs within the Democratic Party since 1976. Now, he is running for NC Democratic Party Chair.

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What Should the New NC Democratic Chair Do?

Bill Faison, Democratic Party member of the North Carolina General Assembly representing the state's 50th House District since 2005.

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Should Danni Montgomery be the next Democratic Chair?

Danni Montgomery, first Vice Chair of state party for six years & Superdelegate for Barack Obama. She is running for the Chair of the NC Democratic Party.

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Thursday, January 27, 2011

All Star Weekend Coming to Raleigh!

Doug Grissom, Assistant Director of the Raleigh Convention Center, talks with Perry Woods and John Hood on NHL All-Star weekend which be held at the Raleigh Convention Center.

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Should Raleigh Ban Smoking in Public?

Mark Turner, Vice Chair at the Raleigh Parks, Recreation, and Greenways Advisory Board, talks with John Hood and Perry Woods on the proposed smoking ban in city parks and greenways.

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Republicans Step Up, Vote to Repeal Healthcare Mandate

Josh Ellis of State Government Radio talks with Perry Woods and John Hood, President of the John Locke Foundation, on the House vote to repeal Healthcare.

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America, Go Back to Work

Representative Brad Miller, NC- District 13, discusses with Perry Woods and John Hood, the President of the John Locke Foundation, on the new session of Congress and the State of the Union address last night.

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Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Congressman Bob Etheridge on State of the Union

Former Congressman Bob Etheridge on his response

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Senator Richard Burr talks about the State of the Union

Senator Richard Burr, on the Republican response to the State of the Union address last night.

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Is Accredidation important for Schools and Students?

Francis De Luca, President of the Civitas Institute, on the AdvancED accredidation issue.

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How do you feel about Accredidation for Wake Co Schools?

Ron Margiotta, Wake County Schoolboard Chairman, on yesterday's meeting to decide to cooperate with AdvancED's Accredidation investigation.

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Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Callers Comment on Wake County Schoolboard: Part 2

Listeners call in and talk with Bill about the Wake County Schoolboard and Wake County schools.

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Callers Comment on Wake County Schoolboard: Part 1

Listeners call in and discuss Bill their thoughts and opinions of the Wake Country Schoolboard and schools.

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Mayor Invites Quaker House to Vietnam Vet Homecoming

Fayetteville Mayor Tony Chavonne talks with Bill on his Vietnam Vets homecoming in November and the invitation he sent out to the Quaker House, an anti-war organization.

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Charter Schools More Popular Than Ever

Darrell Allison, President of Parents for Educational Freedom in NC, talks with Bill on his showing of "Waiting for Superman, a documentary on the nation's public school system, and the meeting following on charter schools.

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Homecoming For Vietnam Vets Coming in November

Chuck Fager, Director of Quaker House in Fayetteville, talks with Bill about the Mayor of Fayetteville inviting Quaker House to take part in a celebration and homecoming this November to honor Vietnam Veterans.

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Monday, January 24, 2011

Congresswoman Ellmers discusses the New Congress in 2011

Congresswoman Renee Ellmers to talk about the new session of Congress, the debt ceiling she has said she would vote to raise..etc...

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Should We contruct An Oil Pipe Line From Canada?

Jeremy Symons, Senior Vice President of Conservation and Education at the National Wildlife Foundation, on a proposed Great Plains oil pipeline plan thats sparked grassroots activism, and high stakes lobbying.

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Thursday, January 20, 2011

Do You Have a Right to Healthcare?

Dr. Greg Brannon, President of Founder's Truth, discusses with Bill the Department of Education and the Wake County Schoolboard Issue, and Obamacare.

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Sit Down with John Tedesco: Part 4

John Tedesco, Wake County School board Member, finishes his talk with Bill on his choices while on the School Board, discipline policies, and accreditation by AdvancEd.

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Sit Down with John Tedesco: Part 3

John Tedesco, Wake County School board Member,continues his talk with Bill on his choices while on the School Board, answers questions from callers, and more.

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Sit Down with John Tedesco: Part 2

John Tedesco, Wake County School board Member, talks with Bill on his choices while on the School Board, poverty schools, and what's different today.

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Sit Down with John Tedesco: Part 1

John Tedesco, Wake County School board Member, talks with Bill on the choices he made while on the School Board, school reassignments, and more.

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Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Will ObamaCare be Repealed?

Brian Darling, Director of Government Relations at the Heritage Foundation on the Healthcare Repeal vote kicking off today.

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Is National Attention on Wake Co Schools A Good Thing?

Rob Schofield, of NC Policy Watch, on the earlier Colbert Report slam against Wake County Schools and their ongoing problems.

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Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Want To Vote? Show Me the ID

Damon Circosta, Executive Director of the NC Center for Voter Education, talks with Bill on the topic of requiring identification at the voting polls.

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Governer Spends Millions For Jobs

Rick Henderson, Managing Editor of the Carolina Journal, talks on the recent article "Perdue Stands by Incentive-Based Employment Programs."

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Republicans Aim to Repeal Obamacare

Congressman Steve King, R-Iowa, discusses the possibility of repealing Obamacare.

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Monday, January 17, 2011

Dr. Michael Munger talks about MLK Day 2011

Dr. Michael Munger, Duke University Professor, talks about MLK January 2011.

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Should we end busing in Wake County?

John Tedesco, Wake County Schoolboard Member, on U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan's comments concerning Wake County's decision to end Diversity busing.

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Friday, January 14, 2011

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Feds Buy Bonds To Save Economy

Dr. Mike Walden, NC State Economist, talks with Bill on feds buying hundreds of billions of US Treasury bonds in an attempt to keep interest rates low and revive the economy.

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Accreditation and What It Means To You

Barmak Nassirian, Associate Executive Director of the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers, talks with Bill on the meaning and importance of Accreditation.

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School Board Votes To Send Letter to AdvancEd

Ron Margiotta, Chairman of the Wake County School board, talks on the school accreditation vote last night and the decision to send another letter to AdvancEd.

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Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Does Sarah Palin Deserve an Apology?

Democratic Strategist Perry Wood discusses whether or not Sarah Palin deserves an apology for being blamed for the Giffords Shooting.

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Will Wake County Lose its Accreditation?

Bob Luebke, Senior Policy Analyst with Civitas, on the Wake County Schoolboard and Accreditation.

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Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Dr. Mike Munger Interview

Bill LuMaye interviews Dr. Mike Munger of Duke University, on the history of Political Rhetoric in politics and it's impact.

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David Price Interview

Bill LuMaye interviews David Price and gets his reaction on the Arizona shooting. Also asks Mr. Price if security should change now for protective reasons.

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Monday, January 10, 2011

Senator Burr Discusses Giffords Tragedy and Senate News

Senator Richard Burr gives his reflections on the shootings, how this may impact his public visits, and new potential Senate rules like no filibuster.

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Dr. Andy Taylor discusses the Giffords Shooting

Dr. Andy Taylor, professor of Political Science in the School of Public and International Affairs at NC State University, joins us to discuss the Giffords shooting, political rhetoric and it's possible impact and influence on violence and how this may effect future public relations with politicians.

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Was the Giffords Shooting Political?

Steve Futterman, CBS News Correspondent talks about the Giffords shooting this past weekend.

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Friday, January 7, 2011

Do you want ObamaCare to be repealed?

Rob Schofield, of NC Policy Watch, talks about Healthcare and the possibility of Obamacare being repealed.

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Thursday, January 6, 2011

Congress Leaves Out Portions of Constitution

Dr. Greg Brannon, President of Founder's Truth, discusses with Bill the US Representatives reading the Constitution in the House second day of Congress and leaving out several portions.

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New Chair of Commissioners Talks New Superintedent

Paul Coble, newly elected Chair of the Wake County Board of Commissioners, talks with Bill on is re-election, his new position as Chair and the newly elected Superintendent of the Wake County School Board.

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Republicans Aim To Repeal Obamacare

Bill talks with Kathryn Nix, Research Assistant in the Center for Health Policy Studies at The Heritage Foundation about the possibility of repealing Obamacare. Health care experts say that if Obama's Health care is not repealed, the negative effects of Obamacare will be felt by all Americans.

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Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Joey Stansbury Dicusses the Wake Co Superintendant Process

Joey Stansbury, with Wake Community Networks (www.wakeactive.com), on the selection process of the new Superintendant and lack of openess in the process.

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What are the latest issues with the Wake County Schoolboard?

Ron Margiotta, Wake County Schoolboard Chairman, talks about the latest issues with Wake County Schools, the new Superintendant and yesterday's meeting.

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Tuesday, January 4, 2011

To Drill Or Not To Drill

Locky Stewart, Federal Field Associate with Environment North Carolina, talks with Bill on drilling for oil, its impact on the environment, basically providing a counter point to the idea of increased drilling.

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Gas Prices Go Up and Up and Up

John Hofmeister, Founder and Chief Executive of Citizens for Affordable Energy & former President of Shell Oil Company, talks with Bill on his views and projections on gas prices and the possibility of 5 dollars a gallon for gas!

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New Moratorium Still Not Drilling

Michel Claudet, President of Terrabonne Parrish, talks with Bill on the drilling Moratorium off the coast of Louisiana, the impact of the drilling on the local economy, and what he foresees in the near future.

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Monday, January 3, 2011

Dr. Munger's forecast for the 2011 Economy

Dr. Michael Munger gives the forecast and his thoughts on the 2011 Economy.

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Va. Judges Revisit Non-citizens, Sentences... Deportation

William Gheen, of ALIPAC (American for Legal Immigrations) on earlier Washington Post Article on "Va. Judges revisit non-citizens, sentences to prevent deportation."

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Va. Judges Revisit Non-citizens, Sentences... Deportation

William Gheen, of ALIPAC (American for Legal Immigrations) on earlier Washington Post Article on "Va. Judges revisit non-citizens, sentences to prevent deportation."

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Will The Failure To Raise The Debt Ceiling Be Catastrophic?

Dr. Mike Walden, Economist with NC State University, on the earlier Bloomberg Article on the "Failure to Raise U.S. Debt Ceiling Would be "Catastrophic."

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