Plus redistricting follies, public school nonsense, whacking taxes, the war on buffets and geese…all on this week’s radio show.
Campaigning on eliminating the state income tax is bound to get a candidate noticed.
On this episode of the radio show…why on earth does Virgina have liquor cops; it’s all about race (even the coffee); cops building stone walls and the EPA wants to shower with you (to make sure you’re doing it right).
On the show this week…the public speaks, Tim Kaine makes a scene, Bill Janis seeks a comeback, and the Macker as food pusher.
Bill Janis wants to be a state senator. He talks about why he’s the best choice to succeed Walter Stosch in this podcast.
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…
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.
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.
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.
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.”