McAdams, a pastor from Providence Forge in Charles City County just outside of Richmond, is running to be the Republican nominee for Congress in Virginia's 4th District.
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Misinformation and scare tactics dominate the conversation regarding oil and natural gas development off the coast of Virginia. Hampton Roads' native Miles Morin provides his perspective on why the time to move forward is now.
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Nuclear power is a key player in Virginia's energy production and electrical generation, but it is often overlooked in the conversation.
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Train the way you fight and fight the way you train. But protect the environment too. US Fleet Forces Command explains its environmental stewardship.
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Chairman Corey Stewart is famous for his campaign style, but he has quite a bit of substance and experience. On the podcast, we talk about his campaign for U.S. Senate.
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Senate Majority Leader Ryan McDougle talks about a whole array of things related to the long session of the General Assembly.
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Michael Thompson of the Thomas Jefferson Institue for Public Policy stops by the podcast to talk about the current state of conservative policy and discourse in the commonwealth.
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This week, my guest is Dr. Klaus Moeltner of Department of Agriculture and Applied Economics at Virginia Tech University. He has been researching the effects of power outages and consumers’ willingness to pay for grid improvements and uninterrupted electricity supply. Interesting and important research, given the context of recent wintry weather in the Mid-Atlantic, a...
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Former Attorney General Jerry Kilgore talks about the law firm Cozen O'Connor and its role here in Virginia. The firm will help businesses navigate Virginia's political and legislative process.
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Rep. Rob Wittman (R-VA), who serves on the House Natural Resources Committee and the House Armed Services Committee, where he is the Chairman of the Seapower and Projection Forces Subcommittee, joined the podcast to talk about the president’s State of the Union address, continuing resolutions, threats to our national security, Navy readiness and shipbuilding, offshore energy, and Virginia tribes.
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This week's guest is Julian Walker of the Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association (VHHA) to talk about Medicaid Expansion in Virginia.
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J.C. Hernandez, state director of Americans for Prosperity - Virginia (AFP-VA), and Lauren Toomey, deputy director, joined J.R. on the podcast to talk about AFP, their legislative priorities, and grassroots engagement for 2018.
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