It’s tax day for everyone across the country, Trump signs executive order reviewing buy American, hire american practices, David Brooks argues that the 21st century is broken and Tyler Cowan argues that this is the fault of what he calls the complacent class that has been created by our success and government programs

It’s tax day in North Carolina and it’s a good time to remind North Carolinians of the GOP’s tax reform goal and the benefits we have already seen from it, North Carolina finds out today if they will get any of the NCAA championships, and Wilmington continues the debate on short-term rentals as liberals on the council parrot talking points from corporate hotel lobbyists

Dr. Craig Galbraith, Economics professor at UNCW, joins Tyler to talk about why the beginning of the 21st century has been so slow with regards to economic growth, the negative impact that deficit spending is having on our economy, the importance of institutions to create growth and how bureaucracies are destroying them. David Macaione, from National Home Finance, joins Tyler to talk about the local housing market and the importance of new home construction that is on the rise

Press does its best to find things to criticize President Donald Trump for at the White House Easter Egg Roll, Trump calls Erdogan and congratulates him on referred victory, Trump signs executive order reviewing buy American, hire american practices, why buy American is anti-America, and North Carolina finds out today if they will get any of the NCAA championships

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