Besides marking the 6th anniversary of our first hour on the radio, today’s show focused on yesterday’s brief Virginia General Assembly session, changes to the U.S. Census forms, and the lack of Congressional oversight of the president.
On the morning of Wednesday, February 13th, Andy Schmookler and I appeared on 550 AM, WSVA for our monthly political radio hour. The main topic of the day was the ongoing controversies with the Governor, Lt. Governor, and Attorney General of Virginia. We also briefly touched on the next potential federal government shutdown and whether President Trump would get his wall funding.
On Wednesday, Andy Schmookler and I were on 550 AM for our sixty-second political radio show.
In this episode, we spoke about Dominion Power and their vast influence on Virginia politics, the insider trading charges against Representative Chris Collins (NY-27), a surprise discussion of climate change, and some predictions regarding the 2018 November elections.
As a side note, last night I attended my high school reunion. I was somewhat surprised to hear that some of my former classmates listen to our show.
On Wednesday, June 20th, Andy Schmookler and I appeared on Early Mornings on 550 AM, WSVA for our monthly political radio show. We spent a majority of our time speaking about President Trump and the recent issue of children separated from their parents who are seeking to live in the United States.
Although I would have preferred to speak more on the subject, we also touched on the 2018 primaries, the Republican primary for the U.S. Senate and the Democratic primary for the 6th district seat to replace Bob Goodlatte.
Well, today’s hour marked the twelfth appearance of Andy Schmookler and Joshua Huffman on 550 AM WSVA. That means that we’ve been on the air for one year!
Anyway, if you haven’t heard today’s show, you can find it here.
The major focus of discussion was Dave Brat’s win over Eric Cantor in the 7th district yesterday. We also briefly touched on the subject of Virginia Senator Puckett’s resignation.
Today, on 550 AM WSVA, Andy Schmookler and I recorded our 6th radio show along with Middays host Jim Britt. The topics discussed included: the selection of Pope Francis as Time magazine’s Person of the Year, Republican grumblings over the proposed budget deal, and thoughts regarding Terry McAuliffe as Virginia’s next governor.
If you missed the show or would like it hear it again, you can find it here.
Thanks for listening!
For those who missed today’s political radio hour on 550 AM WSVA, you can now find it online here. The discussion mainly centered around the outcome of last week’s 2013 election, though there was also talk of Obamacare.
As the title of this piece indicates, today Andy Schmookler and I recorded our fourth radio show on 550 AM WSVA. For this first time since we began, Jim Britt has returned to his role as the host of Middays. In case you missed the program starting at 10 AM, you can find it here.
As reported in a previous post, over the last week I have had the opportunity to speak on both the local TV and radio about a handful of political matters.
First, on Thursday, I received a call from WHSV TV-3. They wanted me on the air to discuss a topic that I addressed at the city council meeting several days prior, the city owned and operated golf course.
In case you missed that segment, you can find it here.
Thanks to Dave for sending me a link to this clip.
Second, on Monday, I was the featured guest on Jim Britt’s radio program on 550 AM, WSVA. The main topic for discussion was the May 18th Republican Convention, though we also briefly spoke about Dr. Ron Paul as well as the merits and detractions of using primaries and conventions to select party nominees.
Once the hour had concluded, Mr. Britt and I briefly discussed my next visit to radio land. It is quite possible that, along with another local political activist, I could become a regular feature on WSVA. I’ll provide more details once this idea develops further.
Thanks to everyone who watched and listened to these recent broadcasts. I look forward to further opportunities to promote our shared conservative values to a larger audience.