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Riley further discusses the incredibly precarious position that America finds itself as we approach an election that will likely determine the future of Liberty in the United States. If not here, where will freedom ring? Check it out here. Apparently, even those who have not fully paid their debts to society, who are still serving their sentences through probation can now vote and serve on juries.
The progressive island floating in a conservative sea has again proven its resilience against Liberty as the city-bosses backed their chosen corporate taxi cartels limiting the ride options in one of the most exuberant festival and bar towns in the country. I suppose we just chalk it up to more progressive support of blatant corporatism or does the city-counsel just hate Capitalism so much that they actually prefer drunk driving?
Davidson also details the major operating differences between taxi services and ridesharing and the core failures in the progressive and corporate arguments against the wonderfully innovative companies that will now be dropping riders off at the Travis county line.
Take a look at Mr. Philip Van Cleave , President of the Virginia Citizens Defense League, speaks about the recent successes and challenges faced by gun owners from Virginia and those visiting our Commonwealth. Gun rights advocates also had several successes in the legislative session although Gov. McAuliffe seems to be a bit happy with the veto pen. These include the reversal of the second ID rule, as well as support for the freedoms of the increasing number of people who love the semiautomatic sporting rifle, among others.
A question for our listeners: Check the VCDL website for more information on what they have been up to and see the preparations for the upcoming legislative session: Philip Van Cleave, Pt.
State and local government attorneys seem to have all the resources they need to persecute unwitting gun owners, but regular citizens are left holding the proverbial bag afterwards, as always.
Why are gun owners so much safer from government intervention in the more rural counties? Can Northern Virginia continue to be a safe place to live if no one there is armed?
Does the infeasibility, and potential hazard, of progressive gun tracing and collection schemes warrant an end to the gun control debate? With nearly million privately owned guns and an estimated 12 trillion rounds of ammunition enough to shoot a million rounds every day for nearly years , maybe we can feel safe in the statistical improbability that even the UN can affect any real change in the 2nd Amendment.
Looking to purchase Mr. Take a look at https: The bill was introduced by Delegate Dave LaRock at the beginning of the session. Of course, he did not bother with the reality that the money is ours, and homeschoolers and private schools consistently do more with less. Schaeffer also clarifies the importance of school choice, the often absurd spending of the public school systems, and those demographics who will benefit the most when it is enacted. Is there a reason public schools require so much more money per child when they accomplish so little?
Who is the Governor truly representing: Why are Virginia Republicans so afraid to stand for parental choice that they emasculate education reform in committee? Congressman Dave Brat, Ph.
It frankly begs the question: Augusta County has a balance of trade deficit with Albemarle County. Should we be concerned? Virginia has a balance of trade deficit with Texas. Should we put a tariff on goods coming in from Texas? How many Americans realize that the United States has never manufactured more than it is manufacturing today?
How many Americans understand that for the first time in our history the debt of the United States is larger than the GDP?
Yes, it is obviously true that we have an underperforming economy in the U. Is that caused by foreigners, particularly the Chinese, or by our own federal and state governments? Reagan in , and remained in close contact through the years. To her husband, she was more than a helpmate; she was his soulmate — always at his side, always supportive and always protective of him and, later, of his legacy.
The Reagans took it upon themselves to not only set an example, but a tone with the overarching goal of creating an atmosphere in which people could attain their highest potential. Michael was a contributor to Shariah: In the last seven years, the United States has changed its allegiances in the Middle East. Why were stable countries ruled by compliant allies e.
Del Rosso attributes this to people who are associated with the Muslim Brotherhood now being in influential and, in some cases, senior positions in the U. Political correctness prevents us from even identifying our enemies and, with no one willing to hold an executive branch in check, we have gone so far as to illegally arm al Qaeda. Michael Del Rosso, pt. He served as director for Afghanistan and Pakistan on the National Security Council staff from through September He also worked as an analyst in the Central Intelligence Agency's Office of South Asian Analysis, and served in Afghanistan as a military intelligence analyst with the U.
On the other hand, the Republican nominee will likely be [wait for it] a New York liberal. Miller believes a Trump presidency could be a threat to the culture of a free and open society. Having expressed open admiration for dictators and autocrats who rule by strength of will, Trump has spoken favorably of Putin, Mussolini, and how the Chinese crushed the Tiananmen Square uprising.
Ignoring, or possibly unaware of the First Amendment to the Constitution, Trump has said people ought to be allowed to sue the media for unfavorable coverage. He has publicly praised violence. Unfortunately, reality is beginning to assert itself in ways neither candidate shows a willingness to address. For example, we can solve our current debt crisis now, or wait for fiscal discipline to be imposed on us when others stop buying our debt.
Perhaps a member of our crack media should ask both candidates a question or two in this regard. Most recently, Jennifer McCloud, owner of Chrysalis Vineyards, had to go to court against Wetlands America Trust, the holder of a conservation easement on the property where the vineyard is located, when she wanted to construct a farm building that would contain a creamery, bakery, and tasting room.
Kevin also discusses the status of the right to work movement nationally. Today, 26 states are right to work, with four states becoming so in just the last four years. Should the Commonwealth of Virginia be working to enshrine right to work in its Constitution? Hans von Spakowsky, J. The Founders established the Electoral College to prevent candidates from ignoring rural areas. Going to a system based upon the national popular vote would create an incentive for candidates to focus almost exclusively on a handful of population centers when campaigning to the exclusion of everyone else.
Also, an election based upon the national popular vote would create an enormous incentive for voter fraud. Apparently, the deaths caused by this illegal activity were supposed to make the case for increased regulation of guns in the United States. Attorney General Eric Holder was held in contempt of Congress for refusing to turn over documents related to Fast and Furious, and subsequently the Obama administration attempted to keep the documents from becoming public by claiming executive privilege.
However, a federal judge has ruled that executive privilege does not apply to many of the documents and has ordered they be made public.
This should begin in April. Are mug shots and orange jump suits in the future of former high government officials? Ryan Mauro , professor of Homeland Security at Liberty University and national security analyst at the Clarion Project, states there is widespread cooperation between the Muslim community in the U. He particularly stresses the role informants have played in stopping many terrorist events before they happened. Professor Mauro believes there needs to be an embrace in the American Muslim community of reform that would bring Islam into modernity.
Given the unprecedented speed of radicalization of young males in the U. Finally, Professor Mauro says the West does a terrible job of publicizing victories against radical Islamic terrorists, we are losing the propaganda war, and we must stop allowing the terrorists to write our headlines.
Rustici goes on to explain why character is the primary and essential attribute of leaders. After describing the fiscal crisis this country faces in the immediate future, Professor Rustici details what progressives have done to destroy opportunity, upward mobility, the Constitution, and liberty.
When socialists promise security in exchange for freedom, what must be done to those who refuse the bargain? Rustici exposes the fact that out of control regulatory agencies are the biggest cause of poverty in the U. Delegate Michael Webert Rth discusses two bills for which he is the chief patron in the current session of the General Assembly:.
The Republicans in the House of Delegates have said they will not submit a budget that includes Medicaid expansion. Where will it likely go from here? His areas of academic specialization are: Timothy Sandefur , an adjunct scholar with the Cato Institute and a principal attorney with the Pacific Legal Foundation, discusses his latest book, The Conscience of the Constitution: The Declaration of Independence and the Right to Liberty.
This is used to intimidate and punish the property owner as under Virginia law the amount of the first appraisal cannot be entered into evidence should the matter be taken to court by the property owner. Michael Tanner , senior fellow with the Cato Institute, exposes the bipartisan pork in the bipartisan Farm Bill recently passed by Congress. How much does it cost to keep these corporate welfare queens on the dole?
Carol Stopps , chair of the Cooperative Legislative Action committee of the Virginia Tea Party Patriots Federation, offers an update on where we stand in regards to the legislation the Virginia Tea Party Patriots Federation is supporting, or opposing, in the current session of the General Assembly.
Specifically, Carol addresses the Democrats changing the Senate Rules, and the effort to expand Medicaid. B , that would provide consequences and penalties for out-of-control municipalities and zoning boards.
Is the widespread civil disobedience now taking place in a number of European countries in our future as the answer to overreaching government? In one interview Walter E. Stephen Moore , formerly a member of the editorial board of the Wall Street Journal and founder of the Club for Growth, is returning to The Heritage Foundation as chief economist. In a wide-ranging interview Stephen discusses his new position, the success of capitalism in lifting people out of poverty, the failure of minimum wage laws, separation of powers vs.
Carla Howell , political director of the National Libertarian Party, poses the following questions: Are mainstream American and libertarian views converging? Can either the Democrats or the Republicans take the American people where they want to go, or are they, in fact, driving people to a libertarian vision of society?
Back by popular demand, Jim Bovard , author of Attention Deficit Democracy , engages in a wide-ranging discussion of the IRS as a tool of both Democrats and Republicans to repress political opponents, unemployment benefits, welfare fraud, food stamps, and other gifts from the progressive movement.
Judge Andrew Napolitano , senior judicial analyst for Fox News and author of Theodore and Woodrow , addresses the NSA spying on members of Congress; perjury on the part of high-level, executive branch government officials in sworn testimony before Congress five years in jail per lie ; criminally misleading testimony by high-level, executive branch government officials before Congress five years in jail per criminally misleading statement ; the abrogation of the separation of powers doctrine; and the foreseeable and inevitable constitutional crises.
Wayne Crews , vice president for public policy and director of technology studies at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, addresses the regulatory explosion that has taken place during the Obama administration.
As a professor of finance at the University of Minnesota, he specializes in health economics, information technology, and health insurance. Parente exposes how Medicaid expansion could cost billions each and every year. Colonel Dan Hampton Ret. Colonel Hampton discusses the number of Generals who have been forced into retirement by the Obama administration. Colonel Dan Hampton, pt. Elizabeth Price Foley, J. Grace-Marie Turner is the founder and president of the Galen Institute, a public policy research organization that she founded in to promote free-market options for health care reform.
Given the tragic roll out of Obamacare, Grace-Marie discusses the only option at this point to save our health care system.
David Stockman , elected to three terms in the U. The Corruption of Capitalism in America , and the abdication and failure of the Republican Party to stand for free markets in an age of Keynesianism, crony capitalism, and outright statism.
Now that we have had time to know and digest what happened on Election Day in Virginia, Chip Tarbutton , president of the Roanoke Tea Party, gives his perspective on who did what to whom and where we go from here. Getting America Back to Great. William Murchison , nationally syndicated columnist and the former editor of the Dallas Morning News , introduces the subject of his recently released book, The Cost of Liberty: The Life of John Dickinson. Yes, Virginia, there was a time when people thought that was significant.
Peter Schweizer , William J. What is the difference between a voucher and a tax credit? What makes tax credits superior? How far along is school choice in Virginia compared to other states? What have other states done? Which state has the best program in place today? The Public Education Tax Credit: Expanding Educational Opportunity in Virginia. Expanding Educational Opportunity in Virginia , exposes the poor quality of K public education in Virginia despite its enormous cost to the taxpayers.
John Solomon , editor and vice president at The Washington Times , exposes the lengthening list of conservatives, and conservative groups, still being targeted by the IRS. Michael Tanner , senior fellow with the Cato Institute, will address the policy and politics of the current health care debate.
Lott will also speak to those actions that Rahm Emanuel took as the new Mayor of Chicago that have contributed to the violence taking place in that city today. Clark Neily , senior attorney at the Institute for Justice, discusses his recently released book, Terms of Engagement: Andrew exposes the Muslim Brotherhood, the threat they represent, why the Obama administration has become entangled with them, and, of course, Syria.
Two Rival Political and Economic Systems. Scottie Nell Hughes , news director and chief journalist for the Tea Party News Network, discusses the need for President Obama at age 52 to start accepting responsibility for his failures, and exposes how President Obama and the see-no-evil, hear-no-evil, speak-no-evil media are making every effort to ignore the torture, rape, and slaughter of Christians in Egypt and Syria.
Scottie Nell Hughes, pt. Peterson , Henry Lee Shattuck Professor of Government and director of the program on education policy and governance at Harvard University, and a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, discusses his recently released book, Endangering Prosperity: A Global View of the American School. With a budget battle and possible government shutdown looming, perhaps it would be good to look at federal budget caps in a historical context. During our first years, policymakers often froze spending and reduced debt between wars.
In his latest book, Unlearning Liberty: Confronting the Dogmas of Liberal Secularism. Jackson , Republican candidate for Lt. Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia, outlines his agenda for K education reform.
Robert Sarvis , Libertarian candidate for Governor of Virginia, addresses his campaign. He co-authored a policy report with Jeffrey Miron, Ph. Radley Balko , senior writer and investigative reporter for The Huffington Post , formerly a senior editor for Reason magazine and policy analyst with the Cato Institute, discusses his recently released book, Rise of the Warrior Cop: Holcombe is the co-author of a book in , Housing America: Building Out of a Crisis.
Curing the Healthcare Crisis , exposes what healthcare will be like under Obamacare. Need a suggestion or nine for your summer reading? Jesse Walker reviews his role as the books editor of Reason magazine and invites people to visit Reason. Nine Transformative Books of the Last 45 years. Direct from the FreedomFest conference in Las Vegas, Jeff Reed , communications director for The Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice, updates us on the progress of the school choice movement nationwide and specifically addresses Virginia.
Andrew Heaton , libertarian comic and author, discusses his latest book, From the Monkey Cage: Andrew Heaton and Gene Epstein. Anthony Gregory , research fellow at the Independent Institute, addresses the central themes from his book, The Power of Habeas Corpus in America: Reagan George , president of the Virginia Voters Alliance, exposes the current effort in the Commonwealth to restore voting rights to felons, who is behind the effort and why.
John Whitehead , founder and president of The Rutherford Institute, a nonprofit civil liberties and human rights organization headquartered in Charlottesville, discusses his recently released book, A Government of Wolves: Chris Horner , director of litigation at the American Tradition Institute, exposes how erstwhile classical liberal, free market, limited-government groups in Washington, D.
Speakers this year include: Scottie Nell Hughes , news director and chief journalist for the Tea Party News Network, addresses the ongoing scandal regarding the IRS targeting conservative groups and how the corruption in our federal government continues to be the best rationale and advertisement for constitutionally-limited government and the Tea Parties.
Why Humanitarian Action Fails. The corruption in our federal government goes far beyond the IRS. Tim Lynch , director of the Project on Criminal Justice at the Cato Institute, exposes the growing problem of police misconduct, illegality, and the ongoing abuse of the citizenry.
Robert Franklin , attorney in Houston, Texas and spokesman for the Center for Prosecutor Integrity, discusses a recently published study revealing rampant prosecutorial misconduct in domestic violence and rape cases. John Whitehead is the founder and president of The Rutherford Institute, a nonprofit civil liberties and human rights organization whose international headquarters is located in Charlottesville, Virginia.
John addresses the over-criminalization of our society and the overreach, abuses, and usurpations of government at all levels. Congressman Trey Gowdy, pt. Mychal discusses the former influences on President Obama and the effect they had in shaping his current worldview. Just more junk science being regurgitated by people who are not scientists, while the taxpayers pick up the tab for their get-togethers.
John Taylor , president of the Virginia Institute for Public Policy, reviews the last several weeks which have been particularly unkind to the Obama administration.
From gun control, to immigration, to Radical Islam again rearing its ugly head in the U. Joe Arpaio , legendary Sheriff of Maricopa County Arizona, discusses the role of the sheriff in our communities and the challenges of enforcing the rule of law despite the best efforts of the U. In part 2 of our interview with Brian Vanyo , author of The American Ideology , the discussion continues regarding the necessity of returning to the principles of our founding and the Constitution if we are to avoid tyranny while ensuring the freedom and prosperity that were once the hallmarks of American exceptionalism.
Jeffrey Tucker , executive editor and publisher at Laissez Faire Books, offers an introduction to the bitcoin alternative currency. What was the environment in Britain when Thatcher became Prime Minister?
What did she do to turn Britain around? Were Thatcher and Reagan just a detour on the socialist road to serfdom because they were not followed by capable politicians who were equally determined to move things in a new direction, or ultimately will they be remembered for setting a new course? Steve Hanke , professor of applied economics at Johns Hopkins University, named one of the twenty-five most influential people in the world by World Trade Magazine , contrasts the views of Hayek and Krugman on capital controls and reveals what the end result of said controls is likely to be.
Brian Vanyo , author of The American Ideology , on tyranny. FreedomFest will move to Caesars Palace and be held from July 10thth.
Speakers to date include: This slap down was so emphatic and embarrassing for the proponents that even Congressman Morgan Griffith is now claiming to be pro-private property rights! The Hispanic Leadership Fund is an advocacy organization dedicated to promoting limited government, individual liberty, and free enterprise. Brandon Adams , former Harvard professor who taught courses in international macroeconomics, discusses his recently released book, Setting Sun: The End of U.
In Setting Sun Adams explores how cultural shifts are signaling economic decline, which in turn will create a very painful period in American history.
Niger Innis , spokesman for the Congress of Racial Equality, exposes the racist roots of gun control. Amity Shlaes , author of the previous blockbuster The Forgotten Man , discusses her new biography, Coolidge.
Silent Cal never busted a move on Ellen , never hit a 3-pointer, never sat around with the gals on The View. He was just, dare I say it, c-o-m-p-e-t-e-n-t. Defeated in the Senate Agriculture, Conservation and Natural Resources committee by an vote, it is worth noting that 15 people are on this committee, and the Republicans are in the majority with 8 seats.
The 5 Republican Senators who voted against property rights were: Chris Horner , director of litigation at the American Tradition Institute, offers an update on his battle for transparency and the rule of law at the Environmental Protection Agency. More people, who were involved in using secret e-mail accounts to conduct official government business, are beginning to offer their resignations. Cooper also previews an upcoming appearance before the U. Supreme Court in a case regarding the Voting Rights Act.
Delegate Rob Bell discusses his three bills currently before the General Assembly to fight voter fraud:. HB would help prevent people from registering and voting in multiple states;. HB would empower the Attorney General to investigate voter fraud in Virginia. Hans Bader , senior attorney and counsel for special projects at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, explains why minimum wage increases are a fraud. Painvin , the chief investment officer of Chase Investment Counsel Corporation, analyzes the current state of the economy and what we should be looking for in Congressman Bob Goodlatte is asked two important questions.
First, how are the executive orders issued by President Obama that exceed being directives to executive branch personnel regarding the implementation of legislation passed by Congress, going to be challenged?
Second, increasingly employees of the federal government break the law with no fear of any consequences e. Do employees of the federal government have any more prerogative to ignore, or break, the law than Sovereign Citizens? Congressman Bob Goodlatte, pt. Congressman Steve Scalise , the new chairman of the Republican Study Committee, discusses the upcoming battles in Congress in regards to tax increases, spending cuts, deficits, debt, and credit ratings.
Congressman Steve Scalise, pt. Senator DeMint also addresses what we might expect from congressional Republicans in the coming debates on increasing taxes, reforming entitlements, and raising the debt ceiling. Senator Jim DeMint, pt. Cottroll , professor of law and history, the Harold Paul Green Research Professor at George Washington University, and a self-described liberal Democrat, gives his thoughts on the current gun control debate. Kendell Kroeker , Wyoming state legislator, discusses his Firearm Protection Act which provides that any federal law which attempts to ban a semi-automatic firearm, or limit the size of the magazine of a firearm, or places other limitations on firearms, shall be unenforceable in Wyoming.
In August of , Martha Boneta received national media attention after she held a birthday party for eight year-old girls, one of whom was the daughter of a close friend. When Martha informed the county that she had obtained a business license to operate her farm store, local bureaucrats told her that the county regulations had been recently changed to require additional permits to sell items like handspun yarns and birdhouses.
Rob Bell explains two bills he has introduced in the current General Assembly session. The first HB amends the type of identification a voter must present to vote at the polls. The second HB requires that for an applicant to register to vote, he must present proof of citizenship with his registration application.
The bill also amends the type of identification a voter must present to vote at the polls. Tom Palmer , executive vice president for international programs at the Atlas Economic Research foundation, discusses his recently released book, After the Welfare State. Reclaiming the American Judeo-Christian Spirit. Rabbi Aryeh Spero, pt. Professor Gary Wolfram, Ph.
Mark Mix , president of the National Right to Work Committee, comments on Michigan, of all places, becoming the 24th right-to-work state. Will the local officials ever learn that rights may be something for which we are willingly to fight, but they are not something on which we have to vote? This was once understood by any 9th grader who had completed 8th grade civics. Given the Fauquier example, apparently now one can be mailed a diploma from the Harvard Law School without ever having grasped this truth.
Chris also addresses the growing problem of individuals in our public sector who knowingly break the law, are never held accountable, and what the consequences of this corruption will be over time. Professor Allan Meltzer, Ph. What is Agenda 21?
How did the U. What is happening in your town? Why is it happening? Who is behind it? Who is funding it? What can you do to stop it? Swanson opposed the construction of a road being built across her property for a local mall. Swanson signs a gag order in which she agrees not to discuss her case with anyone. Despite not having the necessary permit to come onto Ms.
Andrew Marcus , film producer and director, chronicles the contributions of Andrew Breitbart and introduces the recently released film, Hating Breitbart. Under Virginia law, the attorney general represents the interests of electric ratepayers in this type of proceeding.
Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli. Adam Freedman introduces his recently released book, The Naked Constitution: What the Founders Said and Why It Still Matters , which details how the abandonment of the original meaning of the Constitution has contributed to a vast expansion of government powers. Elliott details the revelations from her latest book, Fool Me Twice: Will Muffy, Buffy, Montague, and Dinwiddie succeed in driving family farmers and wineries out of Fauquier, or will county administrator Kimberly Johnson, and the fox-hunting horsey she rode in on, be shown the door?
Senator Jill Vogel, pt. What could be the consequences of hyperinflation in Iran? Ed Klein , author of The Amateur: Chris Horner , the director of litigation for the American Tradition Institute, introduces his latest book being released today, The Liberal War on Transparency , which exposes the tricks and tactics used by our public servants to ensure the Sovereign Citizens remain in the dark. Brian Vanyo discusses his new book, The American Ideology , which identifies the political philosophy that enabled self-government in the United States and details the fundamental values on which freedom must rest for any republic to be sustained.
The American Ideology exposes how the federal government has subverted liberty and offers a way for the American people to restore their sovereignty, and reassert their rights, by returning to the political philosophy that inspired the American Revolution. Dean Chambers , the creator of unskewedpolls.
Senator Rand Paul discusses his just released book Government Bullies. Senator Rand Paul, pt. Bannon , executive chairman of Breitbart News and director of the new film The Hope and the Change , introduces the topic of the production.
Mallory Factor , professor of international politics and American government at The Citadel as well as the author of the newly released book Shadowbosses , details how union leaders have amassed greater and greater power within the federal government during the Obama administration and how this growing influence poses a significant threat both to national security and efforts to reduce the deficit.
Harmon Kaslow , the producer of Atlas Shrugged The Movie , will discuss the October 12th release of part 2 of the trilogy. Webert will analyze the options. Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli descants upon the rather bizarre treatment of the Virginia delegates at the Republican National Convention and gives an overview of the Convention itself.
Congressman Morgan Griffith, R-9th, is behind this effort to put property in nineteen counties off-limits to development. Unmaking the American Dream. Dinesh also discusses his recently released movie, Were union and non-union pensioners treated the same? Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli addresses the friend-of-the-court brief submitted on behalf of Virginia and 13 other states in Woolard v. Investigative journalist Richard Miniter discusses his soon to be released book, Leading from Behind: Congressman Jim Jordan , chairman of the Republican Study Committee, offers an opinion as to where we go from here on Obamacare, and how the ethical and sane can beat the progressives in the class warfare battle.
John Taylor , president of the Virginia Institute for Public Policy, draws parallels between two recent shooting incidents in Ocala, Florida and Aurora, Colorado, and identifies the real question for which we must find an answer to stop gun violence in the U.
Congressman Michael Burgess, M. Somebody else made that happen. What benefit do we receive from our membership in the United Nations? Steve Moore pt 1. Dan Mitchell pt 1.
Dan Mitchell pt 2. Josh Eboch and Norman Leahy. Scott Lee on Corporate tax. Horner also explains the real motivation behind job-killing environmental policies and the perfect storm that killed the carbon tax. Click below to listen to the podcast on our Web site, or right click and "Save Target As John Taylor and Norman Leahy. Which Virginia races are the tightest and most closely watched?
Are any surprises coming? What are the Democrats expecting? Are the three constitutional ballot questions good or bad for the Commonwealth? Bob Holsworth, founder of VirginiaTomorrow.
Are there any surprises looming? Doug Wilder, tells Scott Lee that he wishes the elections would never come! He explains what has gone wrong for Democrats and what he thinks will happen on November 2nd. Could a politician actually surprise you by doing the right thing? The latest update from the 5th District from someone who is living it! A typical reaction from elimination of the state income tax. He describes the typical knee-jerk liberal reaction to killing the state income tax from a columnist in the Virginia Pilot and explains that the ABC plan by Governor McDonnell may be dead!
Lindsey Burke , policy analyst, researches and writes on federal and state education issues as a policy analyst at The Heritage Foundation. Lou Dobbs , an American radio host, former television host, and author. Former Congressman Virgil Goode from the 5th District. Delegate Jimmy Massie , representing the 72nd District. Delegate Bob Marshall , Republican 13th District. Chris Horner , a senior fellow on energy and the environment at the Competitive Enterprise Institute.
Click on the above name to listen to the podcast on our Web site, or right click and "Save Target As Is free trade hurting or helping America? Boudreaux, professor of economics at George Mason University, lays out the facts that pertain to free trade.
Despite the WSJ poll showing that support for free trade is fading, it is the right way to grow our economy. Free trade is good for customers and for working Americans! Erick Erickson, editor of Redstate. And there could be some redistricting conflicts that involve the census report unfairly benefiting incumbents. Could Virginia pass a resolution calling for an amendment to the U. Will Virginia institute another holiday? Why do we need it? Will Virginia be the first to start freedom rolling, again?
Jacob Hornberger is the founder and president of the Future of Freedom Foundation, a nonprofit libertarian educational foundation based in Fairfax, Virginia.
Josh Eboch, vice president for government affairs at Tertium Quids, discusses how social networking and online activism are crucial to building a grassroots movement and the success of events like Liberty Fest.
Is VDOT hiding a big nasty skeleton in the closet? What are polls and bright minds predicting for the November elections? Horner explains why T. Bob Holsworth, President of Virginia Tomorrow, offers in-depth analysis regarding the elections in Virginia as only Bob can! Even with the national consensus of an impending Republican tsunami, predicting winners and losers is never easy. What does global warming alarmism have to do with job security at a light bulb factory in Winchester, Virginia?
Is the ABC debate putting too much emphasis on costs and not enough on privatization and the core functions of government? Unfortunately, due to the gullibility of Congress, which relied on those inaccurate predictions to shape policy, a Winchester, VA incandescent light bulb factory is closing this month, leaving more Virginians out of work.
Yet the problem is legislators who refuse to support any plan that might result in less money for them to dole out. Norm and Scott discuss their mistake of arguing over revenues instead of pursuing sound economic policy. Could Virginia actually thrive without state income taxes? Are Virginia taxpayers now sponsoring auto racing and subsidizing Microsoft in Southwest Virginia? He also clarifies that a raft of recent controversial legal opinions are just part of his job, and talks about whether he could be the new leader of the Republican Party in Virginia.
Phasing out the state income tax. It is a sound plan to slow spending and eliminate the personal, corporate, and capital gains income taxes in Virginia completely over four years. And even worse, Virginia residents are now paying for Martinsville Speedway. Norman also updates the audience on the ABC privatization debate. Are we experiencing a double dip recession? How did the Obama administration double education spending without a vote in Congress?
Are national standards in education a good idea? Is Glenn Nye running away from the Democrat party? A double dip recession may be imminent due to ongoing uncertainty in the economy. He explains that President Obama is fully committed to Keynesian economics and could even double down on this failed ideology. Lindsey Burke, policy analyst at the Heritage Foundation, explains how the Obama administration has doubled education spending without a single vote in Congress.
She details the problems created when federal education standards make schools accountable to the government, rather than to parents. Even worse, the national standards are lower than those already in place in Virginia! Meanwhile Scott Rigell has signed the Tea Party pledge. In the Fifth District, Tom Periello is attacking Robert Hurt for raising taxes in the General Assembly, all the while ignoring his own record of tax and spend votes in Washington.
And President Obama is now, for the first time in history, allowing the United Nations Human Rights Council to audit America and recommend new rules and laws. What, if any, connection is there between FreedomWorks and the tea party movement? Should Governor McDonnell take more money from the reckless, bankrupt spenders in Congress? How is Senator Jim Webb driving up the cost of your airline tickets?
Obviously, he was unsuccessful. Obenshain explains the legislative hurdles Gov. McDonnell faces in his own attempt to achieve the same goal and the advantages of privatization. Kibbe explains the relationship between FreedomWorks and the tea party movement. He also tells listeners about the Contract from America, and how can it help to guide the gloriously leaderless tea party. Also, it turns out that Sen.
Does VDOT abuse its power of eminent domain? Is the Pope Catholic? Jim Bacon, author of Boomergeddon , suggests that the end, economically speaking, could in fact be near. But is there any hope? What are some myths about the effectiveness of government interventions in the economy during the Great Depression?
Does Virginia need an immigration law similar to the one recently passed in Arizona? What is the Virginia Tea Party Convention? Is the federal stimulus money creating jobs or destroying them? Larry Reed, President of Foundation for Economic Education, discusses his recent article Great Myths of the Great Depression , and the fact that too few Americans have learned from history. Delegate Bob Marshall discusses the difference between the Arizona illegal immigration law and current Virginia law.
He expounds on problems with illegal immigration that directly impact Virginians, including a drunk driver who recently struck and killed a nun, and terrorists from the Middle East that enter America through Mexico. He also explains that while ObamaCare was just rejected overwhelmingly by voters in Missouri, Virginia was actually the first to nullify the unconstitutional mandate.
Does President Obama plan to continue the decades-long trend of ignoring the Constitution in order to increase the power of the presidency? Should the 17th Amendment be repealed? Ken Blackwell, author of The Blueprint: Tom Woods, author of Nullification: As Thomas Jefferson famously explained in , the states are individual parties to a compact known as the Constitution, and, as such, may choose not to recognize any law they believe violates its terms.
Woods also discusses how the 17th Amendment undermines state sovereignty and why he thinks it should be repealed. What is the condition of the global economy today? What would a return to prosperity look like? Do polls show Tom Perriello Hurt-ing in the 5th District? Richard Rahn, senior fellow at the Cato Institute and Chairman for the Institute of Global Economic Growth, explains that debt is exploding throughout the world, a situation that will require or cause major changes.
According to Richard, the world is in really bad shape, and he compares this to other times in history. Moore explains what really creates jobs, and how to expand meaningful economic growth. Robert Hurt in the 5th District. Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and their hundreds of billions in taxpayer liabilities! What does Greenpeace want from Attorney General Cuccinelli?
He explains why states do not have the right to ignore the Second Amendment in light of the 14th Amendment. And apparently, the VA budget surplus which does not actually exist is going many places, but not to the taxpayers, while the Virginia Retirement System remains a huge unfunded liability. Norm explains an interesting twist on some new jobs in Altavista, VA. Is high speed rail a good idea for the Commonwealth, or is it just another slow train to nowhere at a high cost?
Are the proposed tolls on I a good idea?. Wendell Cox, Fellow at the Heritage Foundation and member of the Virginia Institute for Public Policy Board of Scholars, explains the misconceptions that often surround high speed rail projects.
Cox exposes their high cost and explains how some politicians even supposed fiscal conservatives go out of their way to subsidize these enormous government boondoggles! Doc Thompson rants about the I toll proposed by Governor McDonnell and details some of the changes already taking place as a result of the recently passed ObamaCare legislation.
Should the state government be in the business of operating liquor stores? He dismisses a common claim that state-run liquor stores are somehow in the interest of public safety. In order to accomplish this trifecta of statism, the county is using the Chesapeake Bay Act in ways that were never intended.
Norm also discusses the rampant political posturing in the 5th District, which currently includes such well-known Virginia pols as George Allen and Vance Wilkins. Can an Independent running on principle move the voters in VA beyond partisanship? Is Russia now a model for economic liberty? And just where did Lt. Scott Hodge from the Tax Foundation tells us that so-called economic incentives are just tinkering around the edges and are not spurring real growth. The truth is that the cost of using tax dollars to pick winners and losers, which inevitably leads to market distortions, can never really compare to the power of low taxes in a free market.
He also explains why he changed his mind on offshore drilling, and why he refuses to sign a pledge not to raise taxes. Norman Leahy, VP of Public Affairs for Tertium Quids, reveals that Russia, formerly infamous for its collectivism, has eliminated its capital gains tax and become a model for economic growth! Are tax credits the best way to expand freedom in education? What about a new film tax credit? Is it a step toward sustainable economic growth, or just a political gimmick that gives government another way to pick winners and losers?
He discusses the three education bills that passed the General Assembly in Schaeffer explains why tax credits are a better solution than Charter schools. Meanwhile, Japan has decided to cut its corporate tax rate in a counterintuitive move to you guessed it raise revenue. Somebody call the Governor! Virginia seems to be taking lessons in budget accounting from the federal government.
Congressman Randy Forbes is trying to limit spending, and Virginia plans to open offices in Taiwan and India. All taxes imposed must be applied to all residents equally and the monorail tax does not meet that standard. Congressman Randy Forbes explains a proposed constitutional amendment to limit government spending. What impact will the Tea Party have in the Republican primaries, specifically in the 2nd District? What new guns laws came out of this year's General Assembly and when do they take affect?
What are the perks of being a college President and what is James Cameron planning to do in the Gulf of Mexico? Ben Loyola seems to be the consensus Tea Party pick and Robert exposes the. For once, the new. Why did President Obama stop referring to Spain as a role model for his so-called "green economy?
What drove Delegate Morgan Griffith to enter the congressional race in Virginia's 9th District, and what is his governing philosophy?
Why is the federal government using our precious tax dollars to print up a pretty new flyer proclaiming the supposed solvency of the Medicaid program? But don't expect actual results or economic reality to quiet calls for a similar system here. Delegate Morgan Griffith is challenging Rep. Rick Boucher in Virginia's 9th District. Griffith explains his overall governing philosophy to Scott Lee, and tells the audience why he wants to serve in Congress.
The only question is: Also, the federal government is using taxpayer money to convince Medicaid recipients their benefits are secure, even while its own accounting shows something completely different. How will Greece's financial troubles impact the rest of Europe?
Is the recent promise of cash from the International Monetary Fund a permanent solution, or simply a way to buy more time for the politicians? If Obamacare isn't repealed, can its harmful provisions be mitigated in some other way?
Who are the Scientists publicly condemning Attorney General Cuccinelli for trying to protect Virginia taxpayers from fraud? And it turns out those concerned scientists so upset with Ken Cuccinelli are really only concerned about one thing: Does Governor McDonnell's recent Executive Order 10 expand free markets, or does it expand so-called "smart growth" and "sustainable" living development policies that really just allow government bureaucrats to pick more winners and losers?
McDonnell's "Commission on Government Reform" going to provide real reform? Patrick Michaels, former UVA professor and state climatologist, explains the real story behind a recent subpoena for emails related to controversial and discredited research by Michael Mann.
It reads like a plan written by Van Jones for centrally-planned green lifestyles. Or is it just fluff designed to convince independents that McDonnell can play both sides of the ball? Shockingly, it seems the state's Republican Party might actually be listening to the people's demands for limited government and more freedom. Has the GOP in Virginia gotten that message yet? Ron Utt and Jerry Taylor. A recent survey found that American students entering top universities have a better understanding of civics when they arrive than when they graduate.
What does this say about the direction of our country and its future? The Attorney General of Virginia says that he is protecting taxpayer dollars by demanding records and emails from the University of Virginia regarding controversial climate change research. What is the status of the state's lawsuit against ObamaCare? Can a tax increase be "pro-growth? Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli suggests that his civil investigative demand for emails and materials regarding global warming research from UVA is about protecting taxpayers from fraud.
He explains that there are plenty of reasons to believe that Micheal Mann's infamous "hockey stick" chart is questionable. Norm Leahy from Tertium Quids tells host Scott Lee that Virginia's health care lawsuit is on a fast track through the federal court system.
He also explains how ObamaCare includes a tax penalty for getting married! According to Norm, some people in government actually think there is such a thing as pro-growth tax hikes, while others think we should add a VAT to all U.
How can the latest 1, page financial reform bill do anything to stop future meltdowns or bail outs? Who is the real villian in the current crisis: Wall Street or government? Why do tuition rates at our state's public universities continue to climb? What can be done to stop the cost increases?
Does anyone in Virginia's congressional delegation really plan to attempt a repeal of Obamacare? Is it good business to bribe companies with taxpayer dollars to move to Virgnia? He explains why Americans should fear government regulation, not free markets. Norm also provides an inside look at the strange deals made by Virginia politicians to entice companies to relocate here. Only one Virginia politician offered no earmarks, can you guess who? She provides information on the leading "pork" spenders in Virginia, and exposes some of those projects.
Click below to listen to the podcast on our Web site, or right click and "Save Target. What will it take to restore the vision of our founders, and will anyone in the General Assembly rise to the challenge? Is another "Cash for Clunkers" debacle on the horizon, and what can Colorado Springs teach us about how to deal with cuts in government programs? Dan Mitchell, from the Cato Institute, explains the current status of our economy, and the real impact of a Value Added Tax. If the VAT ever becomes a reality, it truly would change the face of our country.
Pat McSweeney, constitutional lawyer and president of Restore the Founders' Vision, explains what it would take to restore the vision of our founders, and who in the Virginia General Assembly best represents those principles today. Norm also explains why the Virginia Pilot is calling for tax increases during a recession, and how Colorado Springs, CO has dealt successfully with substantial spending cuts.
There is a movement to turn April 15th into a holiday to celebrate! The EPA has unregulated and unaccountable power What does the opposite of the Tea Party movement look like? Ben Lieberman, a specialist in energy and environmental issues, is a Senior Policy Analyst at The Heritage Foundation, tells us that the EPA is a danger to freedom, but can not be trusted to protect the environment.
Scott Lee exposes the radical side of other marches on Washington, DC. Is there really any hope that we can overturn Obamacare by litigation? What are the chances and how quickly will we know? Some say that liberals don't think straight. Is there a cure? Are the Tea Parties part of the solution or part of the problem? What is the source of our rights? Supreme Court, tells us the chances that the states could prevail in a health care lawsuit. Lyle Rossiter, author of The Liberal Mind , helps Scott Lee understand the liberal mind from a psychological standpoint.
Jamie Radtke, chairman of the Richmond Tea Party, responds to the claims the tea parties are causing problems. W hat does the passing of health care in Washington mean for the Democrats and Republicans? Will there be a political fallout? How will the new health care law impact Virginians and is it the final death knell for federalism? And one county in Virginia is feared by sex offenders! Robert Denton, chair of the department of Communication at Virginia Tech, discusses the fallout that could come from the passing of health care reform.
John Taylor and Norman Leahy from Tertium Quids explains what impact health care reform will have on Virginians, and does it really mean the principle of federalism is dead? Louisa County is not the place for sex offenders The recent conviction is the longest in Virginia history. Commonwealth Attorney Tom Garrett gives us the details. W hat did we get out of the last General Assembly session?
Was freedom expanded or restricted? The budget was cut, but some say the new fees may be unconstitutional. Delegate Bob Marshall explains the impact HB 10 Health Care Freedom Act will have on Virginia and how new fees were never voted on by the House, which could result in them being unconstitutional.
W hat can a Member of the European Parliament tell us about nationalized health care? Ken Cuccinelli says Virginia law trumps public college and university diktats. Are charter schools the real answer to school choice? He gives examples from his own country and discusses the reasons why Americans shouldn't go down this path. Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli says the law is his main concern in regards to public college and university anti-discrimination policies, and that his decision to remind administrators on college campuses that it is the legislature that sets these policies, not them, is consistent with former AG's.
McDonnell's push for charter school changes has passed. A Congressman proposes a bill to tie Congressional pay to government spending. The Virginia Senate kills a property rights bill and creates a new "death star" subcommittee for gun legislation. Congressman Randy Forbes 4th District gives an update on health care reform, proposes that TARP monies be used to lower the national debt, wants to prohibit illegal immigrants from receiving Social Security, and advises that we tie congressional pay to government spending.
Norm Leahy discusses the Edd Jennings property rights case in Norfolk and why the General Assembly has no interest in protecting those rights! The media is lobbying for tax dollars to prop up their failing businesses. And, good news, there is a lobbyist for you, the taxpayer, in Richmond!
Dan Gainor and Mark Tapscott tell us why the media is screaming for bailouts and why this represents an enormous risk to a free press. In an impassioned speech on the floor of the House, Delegate Kirk Cox proclaims the need for you, the taxpayer, to have a lobbyist! The political game in Virginia: Dems siding with Republicans against Obama? Republicans voting for a "pro-choice" license plate?
What is making some Democrat state Senators side with Republicans and vote on measures that would gut national health care reform and loosen gun laws in Virginia? How will Governor McDonnell try to balance the budget without tax increases?
Will fees do it? Is passing fee increases just a slick way of getting around the pledge that he wouldn't raise taxes? Bob Denton, political analyst and the author 21 books on political communication and campaigning, gives us his analysis.
Denton is also the chairman of the Virginia Tech department of communication. More 2nd Amendment rights restored in Virginia? Well, several Democrats sided with Republicans to pass gun legislation that in previous years had been blocked by the Senate.
Is Virginia all of a sudden turning Wild West on us? Bills before the General Assembly to reduce government. One to rescue poor kids from failing public schools? A bill to cut taxes? Mark Obenshain and Del. Ben Cline, join us to review some of the bills they have before the General Assembly to reduce government, reduce taxes, reduce regulations, and increase freedom. How Virginia can attract jobs. The real truth is that cutting taxes on corporations could bring more and higher paying jobs to Virginia, and increase the wealth of the average citizen tremendously.
Our guest tells us how. Peter Ferrara is the director of entitlement and budget policy at the Institute for Policy Innovation. Click here to listen to the podcast on our Web site, or right click and "Save Target As Virginia Delegate Bob Marshall started a revolution in Virginia when he introduced House Bill 10 to the General Assembly earlier this month — a bill that would protect Virginians from having to submit to mandatory health insurance coverage.
HB 10 basically states that Virginians have a right to buy — or not buy — health insurance from any private or public insurer that they please, regardless of whatever health care legislation passes Congress. Many scholars and even members of Congress are questioning the constitutionality of a health insurance requirement, which, if passed and then not followed by the citizenry, would result in fines or jail time. Never before in our history has the federal government forced citizens to purchase a product just by virtue of being citizens.
Delegate Marshall joins us to give details about the bill and tell us its chances of passing in Virginia. And is the Virginia economy-destroying cap and trade bill. At the global warming world conference in Copenhagen last month, how did world leaders react to the recent discovery that scientists have been faking the global warming data for years? We have to stop this nonsense. Myron is the director of energy and global warming policy at the Competitive Enterprise Institute and chairman of the Cooler Heads Coalition.
We also talk about the economy-destroying green legislation called cap and trade — is it still alive in Congress? Tea Partiers confront Sen. With all the new information about the federal health care bill coming out daily, and it coming down to the wire for passage, we wanted to get an update from an expert on the status of the legislation and exactly what we are in for when and if it passes.
We also have audio clips from a recent health care protest of about Roanoke Tea Partiers outside Sen. Roanoke Tea Party president Chip Tarbutton joins us to introduce the clips and discusses some of the audacious things you will hear on them. Virginia's big political stories of That transparency would be sorely needed, as the state experienced budget shortfalls several times during the year due to overly rosy revenue projections during a recession, as well as soaring government spending during the last decade-plus.
The Republicans took all three statewide offices in November and gained six seats in the House of Delegates. Can we look forward to shrinking government in because of it, or will moderation and concession to those who want to grow government prove to be the norm?
Yes, we DO have the answer! John Taylor, president of Tertium Quids, and Norm Leahy, Tertium Quids' VP and prolific blogger, join us to give us their unique "insider's view" of 's big stories in Virginia politics. So what if global warming has been proven to be a hoax? Why are they continuing to insist that global warming is an impending catastrophe, when it has been shown that climatologists were making up the data? Why are you still being lied to by your politicians?
And what happens now that the EPA has gone around Congress and declared that it can control carbon dioxide as a pollutant? Will this mean the end of long family car trips, backyard barbeques and bonfires, …or even breathing? It will certainly mean energy costs will skyrocket by thousands of dollars a year for average citizens. What we know about the suspect in the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting. Trump condemns Pittsburgh synagogue shooting that left 11 dead. Nationwide response pours in after 11 people killed.
Why the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting is being investigated as a hate crime. Internet version of Pittsburgh Steelers logo sends message. Rapper Takashi69 sentenced to 4 years probation in child sex performance case. Teen starts GoFundMe to help parents during cancer treatment. People across the country are helping this little boy battling leukemia smile with Halloween cards. School bus tries to cross flooded roadway, gets swept away. Thousands attend vigil after Pittsburgh synagogue shooting. Officers rescue 2-week-old puppy that got head stuck in gate.
Roofs ripped apart, neighborhoods submerged and flying debris. What produce has the most pesticide problems? Man who killed 2 at grocery store tried to enter church minutes before shooting, police say.
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