Category Archives: Podcasts

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Identity politics for all

On the radio show this week: the woman card gets played, felons are getting rights again, Ted Cruz calls Carly Fiorina off the bench, and Ken Cuccinelli joins us.

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    VPOD: Cynthia Dunbar, candidate, RNC National CommitteewomanPodcasts

    Dunbar has found herself in the midst of some unique public conversations – but it’s her convictions that make her a strong public figure, conservative, and serious candidate for RNC National Committeewoman.

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    VPOD: Morton BlackwellPodcasts

    Don’t mistake “experience” for “establishment.” Blackwell seeks to return to the RNC.

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    VPOD: Suzanne Obenshain, candidate for RNC National CommitteewomanPodcasts

    Suzanne Obenshain has been working for conservative values since she was a College Republican at Virginia Tech during the Reagan administration. She describes her journey as a grassroots activist and why she would like to be your next representative to the Republican National Committee in this podcast.

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    Happy Earth Day, ComradesPodcasts

    On the radio show this week: gender confusion, planetary madness, and veto follies. With guests Myron Ebell of CEI, and House Majority Leader Kirk Cox.

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    VPOD: Dr. Ella Ward, Democratic Candidate, Fourth Congressional DistrictPodcasts

    Born, raised, and leading in what has been the Fourth Congressional District for decades, Ward has almost done nothing but serve.

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    VPOD: Ken Longo, former Virginia Beach GOP chairmanPodcasts

    The outgoing GOP chairman of Virginia’s most populous city reflects on an eventful six years.

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    Gov. NoPodcasts

    On the show this week: The Macker heats up the veto pen; Rep. Dave Brat joins Scott to talk about refugees, immigration, and the budget; protesting the pols, and a General Assembly lesson.

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    New poll shows Virginia Republicans less likely to rally to TrumpPodcasts, Politics

    29 percent of Republican voters in Virginia stated they will not support Trump if he is the nominee. Whereas 90 percent of Democratic voters said they will rally around Hillary Clinton should she eventually prevail and be nominated.

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    VPOD: Del. Glenn DavisPodcasts

    The delegate from Hampton Roads has started to travel the commonwealth, listening to voters, as he begins his quest for the GOP nomination for lieutenant governor.