Virginia's 10th Congressional District reflects the political atmosphere of DC and incumbent Rep. Barbara Comstock, fairly or unfairly, has the challenge of running her campaign on her own merits and not that of other actors. Ramadan, a Comstock loyalist, explains how she will win.
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Preparations have been ongoing this week throughout much of Virginia as we brace for whatever Hurricane Florence has in store for us, however, Norm and I still took a break from gutter cleaning to talk about politics. We leave it to you to decide which is a dirtier job.
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Norm Leahy and J.R. Hoeft talk this week's news, including lessons from John McCain, background investigations, Federal employee wage freezes and looking into redrawing Virginia's House of Delegates lines.
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Convictions, impeachment, polls, and school funding on this week's "Shouting Along The James."
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Norm and Jim talk Virginia Politics - and is the new space force truly going to happen? See the logos!
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Mountain Valley Pipeline proponents get a win, we compliment the governor, and Virginia Republicans have issues.
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Congressman Rob Wittman joins Norm and Jim on their first episode talking exclusively public policy, politics, and current events.
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