The Other Side
Aaron’s joined again by Shawnee Bigelow and Waddy Davis (who heads up the Orange County GOP) to discuss last week’s infrastructure agreement in Washington.
Joining The Other Side for the first time: Orange County GOP chair Waddy Davis and public policy consultant Shawnee Bigelow.
The Supreme Court considers partisan gerrymandering; a controversial speaker comes to Orange County.
Ashley and Aaron dissect the light-rail issue – including questions of transparency, eminent domain, alternatives, and why light-rail opponents are letting Duke off the hook.
Orange County officials discuss the impact (positive and negative) of Airbnb.
Last week, the governor’s committee on school shootings issued a report with 33 recommendations. Aaron and Ashley break it all down (and disagree on a couple).
Aaron and Ashley discuss the Covington Catholic incident – or, rather, they discuss the debate around the incident.
Ashley and Aaron find common ground on the shutdown – agreeing that it’s time for Congress to reassert its authority against the executive branch.
Ashley and Aaron examine a disturbing report on North Carolina’s role in the federal government’s notorious post-9/11 “rendition” program.
Town officials are considering an “overlay district” governing development in West Hillsborough, but Ashley’s not happy about the public survey they’ve released.