Bill LuMaye

Thursday, March 31, 2011

Jeff Shaw Supports Mexican Issued IDs

Jeff Shaw, Communications Director for the NC Justice Center, talks with Bill on the Mexican Consulate issued IDs banned in NC.

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How Constitutional is War?

Bill talks with Dr. Greg Brannon, President of Founder's Truth, on the constitutionality of the war on Libya, President Obama's birth certificate, and more.

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Identity Bill in NC Will Ban Mexican Issued IDs

William Gheen, President of ALI-PAC, talks with Bill on the measure (HB 33) to deny the use of Matricula ID's as a valid ID in North Carolina.

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Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Should We Give Our Kids End-Of-Grade Tests?

Dr. Michael Munger, Professor at Duke University, talks about the importance of End-of-Grade Tests.

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What is the US Dept of Ed Findings?

Ron Margiotta, Wake County Schoolboard Chairman, talks about the Department of Education Investigation.

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Tuesday, March 29, 2011

President's Speech Not Very Impressive to John Hood

John Hood, President and CEO of the John Locke Foundation, talks with Bill on the Chevy Volt and the President's speech on Libya last night.

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Mike Lyons Gives Latest On Libya

Mike Lyons (Ret. Major US Army), CBS News Military Consultant, talks on the latest in Libya, give us his response to the President's speech, and more.

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Dr. Taylor Grades President Obama's Speech

Dr. Andy Taylor, Political Science chair and Professor of Political Science in the School of Public and International Affairs at NC State University, he joins Bill on his response to the President's speech last night.

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Monday, March 28, 2011

Do We Need a TaxPayer Bill of Rights in NC?

Jeff Shaw, NC Justice Center, talks about the Tax Payers Bills of Rights.

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What will the President Say About Our Intentions In Libya

Dr. Andy Taylor, a professor and chair of Political Science at NC State, talks about the President's Libyan address later this evening.

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WWII Vet Getting His US Citizenship

Leeland Davidson, a WWII vet in Centralia Washington who discovered he is not a citizen when he recently applied for an enhanced license. He is trying to square this away before he dies.

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Friday, March 25, 2011

Charter Schools A Good Idea for North Carolina?

Rob Schofield of NC Policy Watch discusses lifting the cap on Charter Schools

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Do You Think NC Should Run Liquor Stores?

Gary Pendleton, former Chairman of the Wake County Board of Commissioners & former chairman of the Wake ABC Board, discusses his article on " A moral duty to keep our liquor system."

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When Did the Breakdown of the Family Start?

Patrick Fagan, Director of the Marriage and Religion Research Institute at the Family Research Council, talks about comments he and his group have made at the Frederick Douglass Foundation's annual conference in Washington, D.C. They believe that the breakdown of Black Families in the U.S. is linked to Planned Parenthood's Birth Control Campaign.

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How Do You Feel about the Budget Cuts?

Josh Ellis, of State Government Radio, talks about the Legislative Week at the NC General Assembly.

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Thursday, March 24, 2011

Nuclear Power Possible After Japan?

Jim Warren, Director of NC WARN, talks with Bill about the nuclear reactors in Japan and the concerns on the impact of those on the environment.

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State Budget Causes Employees Pay for Health Plan

Bill talks with Dana Cope, President of SEANC, State Employees Association of North Carolina, and takes listener response calls on the changes to the State Employee Health Plan and pay.

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Mexican IDs Might Become Legal in NC

William Gheen, Direct or ALIPAC, discusses with Bill the earlier meeting on the acceptance of Matricula IDs as a valid form of ID in the state.

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Third-Graders With Smart Start Funding Show High Grades

Dr. Kenneth Dodge, Director of the Center for Child and Family Policy and Professor of Psycholgoy and Neuroscience at Duke, discusses a study that showed NC third-graders that scored better in reading and math in counties that received Smart Start funding.

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Wednesday, March 23, 2011

What is the Democratic Strategy About Libya?

Perry Woods, Democratic Strategist, talks about Iraq and our current military action in Libya.

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What is the Muslim Perception of War in Libya?

Imam Abdullah Antepli, Muslim Chaplain @ Duke University/Adjunct Faculty of Islamic Studies, on Islamic Relations, The CNN Special "Muslims Next Door."

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Is Smart Start a Dumb Idea for North Carolina?

Dr. Olson Huff, Board Chair of the Partnership for Children (Leads Smart Start across the State). He is at the Business Leader's Conference.

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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

New Superintendent's Budget Keeps Jobs

Ron Margiotta, Wake County School Board Chairman, discusses with Bill yesterday's meeting, the new superintendent's new budget and more.

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John Hood Talks Libya and Obama

John Hood, President of the John Locke Foundation, talks with Bill about Libyan current events, President Obama and more.

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School Jurisdiction Extends to Bus Stops

Lewis Pitts, Managing Attorney Advocate for Children's Services, joins Bill on a judge finding in favor of a student who was suspended for fighting at a school bus stop. This may set a new precedent for schools who seek to take action on students at bus stops or places off campus.

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Millions Planned for Faster Trains

Dr. Michael Senera, Director of Research and Local Government Studies for the John Locke Foundation, joins Bill on the discussion of the News & Observer article on the light rail service.

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Monday, March 21, 2011

What is the Political Impact on the President using Force

NC State Political Science Chair, Andy Taylor, talks about the impact of President Obama using war powers on his own party after the previous complaints on Bush for using them with Congressional Approval.

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What is the Latest on Libya?

Edward Yeranian, CBS Correspondent (In Cairo), on the latest from Libya.

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Do You Think President Obama Will Win NC Again?

Francis DeLucca, of Civitas, on poll results from February of 2011 covering the range of approval of current policies and the President.

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Friday, March 18, 2011

How Many More Tragedies will Japan Face?

Internet Legend Bob Lee talks about Japan and how the society has reacted to multiple tragedies.

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Should NC have it's own Currency?

NC House of Representatives Glen Bradley, he talks bout the article on him in News and Observer on whether or not NC should have it's own currency again. He also will talk about his Firearms Freedom Act.

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Will We Finally Leave Afghanistan?

US House Representative Walter Jones on Libya and our presence in Afghanistan.

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Thursday, March 17, 2011

Dr. Munger and Caller Response to Obama Speech

Bill talks with Dr. Michael Munger, Professor of Duke University, and takes caller responses to President Obama's speech on the crisis in Japan.

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Controversial Imam Will Speak at Duke

Abdullah Antepli, Muslim Chaplain, Duke University/ Adjunct Faculty of Islamic Studies, discusses his hosting Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf (9/11 Mosque) tonight at Duke University.

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NC Dream Team Rallies for Undocumented Youth

Jose Rico, Organizer for the NC Dream Team, talks with Bill about the upcoming rally "Undocumented, Unafraid, Unashamed", their effort to empower undocumented youth across North Carolina by allowing them to come out about their immigration status.

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Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Do You Think We Need Voter ID's In NC?

Perry Woods, Democratic Strategist talks about voter id cards, Advance Ed, and Wake County School Budget.

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What will happen to Wake County Schools?

Wake County School Board Member John Tedesco reacts to the warning from Advance Ed and the budget that spares laying off teachers.

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What will be the effects of the Japanese Earthquake/Tsunami?

Marc Siegel M.D. is an associate professor of medicine and medical director of Doctor Radio at NYU Langone Medical Center, he discusses the effects of radiation and what may be the implications of radiation exposure and to break it down for our listeners.

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Should An Owner Provide Menus In Different Languages?

Greg Simons, owner of Reedy Creek Family Diner, put up a sign stating, "No English, No Service (American English)" after having a group of Spanish speakers become offended and leave when they found nobody could understand them. The sign drew protests and a brick through the window before he was forced to take it down.

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Tuesday, March 15, 2011

NC State Head Basketball Coach Resigns

Jim Young, editor of ACCSports.com discusses with Bill, Sidney Lowe's resignation as Men's Head Basketball Coach At NC State and the impending press conference this evening.

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Japanese Nuclear Reactors Cause Alarm Worldwide

Dr. Paul Turinsky, Professor of Nuclear Engineering at NC State, talks with Bill on general information on reactors and the theory of what may have happened and will occur in the Japanese reactors impacted by the earthquake and tsunami.

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Rep. Brad Miller Angered Over Housing Foreclosure Crisis

Democratic U.S. Representative Brad Miller discusses a letter he wrote to federal housing officials demanding stronger actions in housing foreclosure crisis.

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What Will Happen to Baby Joseph?

Dr. Martin McCaffrey, a neonatalogist at the University of North Carolina/ Chapel Hill, discusses the "covert" mission to rescue "Baby Joseph" from a hospital in Ontario, Canada.

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Monday, March 14, 2011

Jeff Shaw Talks About Experience Living in Japan

Jeff Shaw, Communications Director @ the NC Justice Center on his experience living and visiting family in Japan.

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How will the Japense Economy Recover After The Earthquake?

Professor Mike Walden, an Economist with NC State, on the economic impact from the catastrophe in Japan.

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What will be effects of the Japanese Earthquake/Tsunami?

Paul Turinksi, Professor of Nuclear Engineering at NC State, and Terry Yoshizumi, Professor of Radiology/Radiation Safety Officer at Duke University on the impact to people and the environment of nuclear radiation, precautions that can eb taken, etc.

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Friday, March 11, 2011

DIRTY POLITICS OR SMART STRATEGY

Rob Schofield of NC Policy Watch debates Bill on the merits of State Republicans plans to over-ride Governor Perdue's veto power.

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What Will The Wisconsin Governor Do Next?

Wisconsin State Senator Frank Lasee talks about the recent vote to limit the bargaining rights for public workers in Wisconsin.

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Do We Need to Be Apart of the UN?

Missouri Representative Blaine Luetkemeyer, on suspending funding for funding for UN Climate Agencies.

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Thursday, March 10, 2011

Fixing Education Talk with Jo Ann Norris

Jo Ann Norris, Associate Executive Director of the Public School Forum of North Carolina, discusses with Bill ways of fixing schools and education in the state.

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Round Two For Health Care Veto!

Josh Ellis of State Government Radio discusses with Bill the possibility of a second override of Governor Perdue's veto of North Carolina's Health Care Freedom Act.

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Garage Owner Fights City for Property

Harvey Davis, owner of Davis Garage in Winston Salem, discusses the use of Eminent Domain to take his shop by the city to try and develop High Speed Rail.

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How do you think the Republicans are Doing?

Josh Ellis, State Government Radio, talks about the plans for the Republicans in the North Carolina Legislature to override the veto by Governor Perdue on the State Budget.

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Appalling Lawsuits Start at Law School

Walter Olson, a Senior Fellow at the CATO Institute & Author of "Schools for Misrule," discusses the ideas taught in many of the higher law schools in one generation often shape national policy in the next. From class action lawsuits promoting the right to sue anyone over anything, to court takeovers of school funding--all of these appalling ideas were hatched in legal academia.

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How Much Does Obamacare Cost?

Brian Darling, Director of Government Relations of the Heritage Foundation, talks with Bill on the price tag of Obamacare.

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Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Will NC Tax Refunds be delayed again this year?

Senator Phil Berger talks about the Borrowing Money to Pay Refunds on time plan from NC Governor Bev. Perdue.

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Do you Think More Charter Schools are needed in NC?

Perry Woods talks about Charter Schools in North Carolina.

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Do you think Duke only goes for polished Athletes?

Dr. Michael Munger, Professor at Duke University talks about athletes at the University.

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How do you think the Republicans are Doing?

Josh Ellis, State Government Radio, talks about the plans of the Republicans for the NC Legislature on the veto from Governor Bev Perdue.

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Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Fifth grader Taken to Court Over Christmas Party Invite

Matthew Sharp, a member of the litigation staff counsel with the Alliance Defense Fund at its Atlanta Regional Service Center in Georgia discusses the Pocono Mountain School District's ban on a 5th grader's Christmas party invitation, that lands it in Federal Court.

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Rising Gas Prices- Is There Reason to Worry?

Dr. Mike Walden, Economist of NC State, talks the cause of rising gas prices and how it will affect the economy.

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Monday, March 7, 2011

Do you think The Legislature Should Override the Veto?

North Carolina Senator Phil Berger talks about Governor Bev Perdue's veto on the Health Care Bill.

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Do You Think Gov. Perdue Should Have Vetoed Health Care?

Pat McCrory, former Mayor of Charlotte, joins Americans For Prosperity to talk about overriding the Governor's veto on Healthcare.

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How Do You Feel About the Job the NC Legislature is Doing?

Josh Ellis, of State Government Radio, on current goings-on in the North Carolina Legislature.

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Friday, March 4, 2011

Should NC State Auto Inspections be banned

Senator Jerry Tillman & Senator Stan Bingham debate safety issues and how it will impact many small businesses.

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Should Food trucks be banned in Raleigh

Mary Anne Baldwin is a member of the Raleigh City Counsel and speaks about what Raleigh is doing about food trucks.

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Thursday, March 3, 2011

To Unionize or Not To Unionize

Phyllis Schlafly, National Chairman of the Republican National Coalition for Life, discusses with Perry Woods and John Hood the status in Wisconsin and the issue of public employees union and their threat to the solvency of states.

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Wednesday, March 2, 2011

WHAT SHOULD THE GOVERNMENT DO ABOUT BROADBAND BUSINESS IN NC

CRAIG SETTLES IS A BROADBAND BUSINESS STRATEGIST, MARKETING EXPERT, AUTHOR AND INTERNATIONAL SPEAKER.

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FORMER TERROIST GIVES INSIDE LOOK ON MIDDLE EAST

WALID SHOEBAT A FORMER TERRORIST, PRESENT AUTHOR AND CONSULTANT ON MIDDLE EASTERN AFFAIRS.

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Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Jury Gives Raymond Cooke 36 Months

Gurnal Scott, WPTF Reporter, shares the details of the sentencing of Raymond Cooke with Bill.

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Mychal Massie Stands Up For Tea Party

Mychal Massie, Conservative Chairman of the Black Leadership Network Project 21, discusses his defense of the Tea Party on racism charges against empty chairs of Al Sharpton, Marc Morial, & Walter Fauntroy in a debate.

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Public School Forum Recommends Solution to NC System

Jo Ann Norris, President and Executive Director of the Public School Forum of the North Carolina, Inc., discusses recommendations the forum made to improve the school system.

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Elon Polls Show Shocking Results

Hunter Bacot, Associate Professor of Political Science & Director of the Elon University Poll, discusses recent Elon Polls including one showing more than half of NC residents now support legal recognition of same-sex couples, & more than one quarter believe they should have full marriage rights.

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