Category Archives: Podcasts


Fun with hippies

Protesting climate change in February as the General Assembly slinks out of town after Joe Biden decides to emancipate your wallet. All that, and more, on this week’s radio show…

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    Of bake sales and nihilistsPodcasts

    On the show this week…the burning debate over school bake sales; how Second Amendment rights are faring in the General Assembly, and a jobs program for nihilists.

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    Mr. Walker’s problemPodcasts

    On the show this week…evolution is now the biggest issue of the day; stay in your own crappy school, kid; and the 10th Senate district gets another GOP contender.

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    Sturtevant jumps in to the 10th SenatePodcasts, Politics

    Glen Sturtevant, a Richmond resident and school board member, has added his name to the list of folks seeking the Republican nomination to succeed state Sen. John Watkins in the 10th District.

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    Risque BusinessPodcasts

    On the show this week, the White House is green with envy, the General Assembly works blue, COPN laws undermine freedom and Tim Kaine’s big “wow.”

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    Getting back to (Republican) basicsPodcasts

    On this week’s show — RPV chairman John Whitbeck joins us to talk about his strategy for winning, Del. Ben Cline tells us how he wants to cut taxes and how elections have consequences.

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    The government wants moarPodcasts

    On the show this week, Scott wonder just how much more we have left to give to our drunken Uncle.

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    From Richmond with LovePodcasts

    On the radio show this week…Shaun Kenney and Paul Goldman join me to discuss the sordid and stupefying opening week of the General Assembly session.

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    In which Scott Lee seriously considers running for SenatePodcasts

    Yes, Scott was interested in the 10th district race — and still is to some extent. But common sense tells him “no way”. Plus, the power of the word “free.”

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    2015′s weapon of choicePodcasts

    Scott searches for the clip of the year and the competition is fierce. Will it be Hillary Clinton? Barack Obama? Jim Moran? Or maybe Leonardo DiCaprio? Plus, a whopping dose of political compassion.