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 the title of this post indicates, the September episode of 550 AM WSVA’s Schmookler & Huffman political show is now available online. So, whether you missed it last week or would like to hear it again, you can find the program here, on WVSA’s website. And, if you’d like to hear any particular topic discussed on the October program, please let me know!
For those of you in the Shenandoah Valley, I hope you had the chance to hear this month’s discussion of politics between Andy Schmookler and me that took place this morning on 550 AM WSVA. Topics included: Obamacare, climate change, and a few minutes about the ongoing conflict in Syria. If we had more time, I would have loved to delve further into the last subject.
However, if you were unable to tune in this morning, you can find the hour-long show at the following link.
And remember, if you have a topic that you’d like us to discuss, please send me a message or leave a comment below. I can’t promise that it will come up on the air, but we’ll certainly consider the idea.
Thanks for listening!
Well, ladies and gentlemen, the first episode of the Schmookler & Huffman program aired on 550 AM WSVA this morning. During our hour on the air, we discussed the NSA and the sometimes conflicting ideals of liberty and security, some of the scandals that continue to tarnish the reputation of Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell, and a bit of an exploration into political principles and philosophy.
I’m pleased to say that our discussion seemed to be well received and, as a result, our second show is slated for an upcoming Monday in August. I’ll provide these details to you as soon as they become available.
However, if you were unable to listen to our program live this morning, don’t fret as you can hear it at this WSVA link.
Thanks for listening!
What happens when you take a progressive author, commentator, and 2012 Democratic congressional candidate with a penchant for biblical quotations and combine him with a paleoconservative/libertarian political activist and blogger who was formerly employed by both Dr. Ron Paul and the Republican Party of Virginia? Next week, the answer to this question will be revealed.
10 AM, Monday, July 29th, on WSVA 550 AM, will mark the start of this new radio show. Andy Schmookler, the aforementioned author, and Joshua Huffman, the author of The Virginia Conservative, will sit down and discuss some of the more pressing political issues of the day. Presumably, it will bear some semblance to Fox’s Hannity & Colmes Program (though hopefully without the stain of extreme rudeness which was common on that show).
Whether you consider yourself a liberal, conservative, libertarian, statist, or something else, you ought to tune in to Monday’s program. It is time to expand political dialogue in the Shenandoah Valley!
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.