LISTEN TO SHOW ARCHIVES HERE, SEE STATION LINEUP, and MORE... 2 Iain Murray, vice president for strategy at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, exposes the continued overreach of the Environmental Protection Agency that now wants to regulate wood-burning stoves in people’s homes and backyard grills.
Share this page with others via email, Facebook, Twitter, and more Freedom & Prosperity Radio is an informative, controversial, and humorous talk radio show focused on state and national politics from a Virginia perspective. Senator Mike Lee (Utah), chairman of the Senate Steering Committee who also serves on the Senate Judiciary Committee, the Armed Services Committee, and the Joint Economic Committee, discusses his recently released book, . Wouldn’t we all be better off if we took the environmentally sensitive alternative and just composted the EPA?
Rule 1: If anything goes wrong, white racism is to blame; and Rule 2: Free speech should only apply to those who believe and abide by Rule 1.
This “no we can’t till whites let us” mentality has even been brought up by celebrities (and we all know how in touch they seem to be). 2 John Moody, executive director of the Food-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund, discusses the Wyoming Food Freedom Act which makes Wyoming the first state in the nation to pass legislation protecting private commerce for food.
Is anyone else picturing a jury of our “peers” having to be kept under armed guard by prison wards? John Daniel Davidson, senior correspondent for the Federalist, describes the surprising turn from the free-market in Austin, TX as they recently pushed ridesharing wonder-companies Uber and Lyft from the city’s marketplace.
The progressive island floating in a conservative sea has again proven its resilience against Liberty as the city-bosses backed their chosen corporate taxi cartels limiting the ride options in one of the most exuberant festival and bar towns in the country. 2 John Taylor, president of the Virginia Institute for Public Policy, details why the last two weeks have only accelerated the free fall of progressivism.
Does the infeasibility, and potential hazard, of progressive gun tracing and collection schemes warrant an end to the gun control debate? 2 Reagan George, president of the Virginia Voters Alliance, discusses voter fraud in Virginia.
Can Northern Virginia continue to be a safe place to live if no one there is armed? We talk about the political maneuvering, the pork, and the behind-the-scenes happenings in government. 2 Jeremy Hopkins, attorney at law and a partner with the Norfolk, Virginia-based law firm Waldo & Lyle, P. We also present positive, free market solutions for issues that are important to you -- solutions for better schools, better roads, lower taxes, and smaller government. C., discusses a very important case recently won by the firm before the Virginia Supreme Court. Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring’s rejection of conceal carry reciprocity last year threw us all for a loop, but its upcoming reinstatement on July 1st is something to be celebrated. Gun rights advocates also had several successes in the 2016 legislative session although Gov. 2 Diana Furchtgott-Roth, a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research, discusses her recently released book, . Furchgott-Roth details how the federal government seems to be going out of its way to harm young people, including those trying to enter the workforce for the first time. Delegate Rob Bell, of Virginia’s 58th District, speaks on the extraordinarily horrifying attempt by Gov. Listen to Jeremy describe the current state of the law and then decide for yourself if our legislators go to Richmond to represent their constituents, or are they there to do the bidding of special interests while protecting the questionable actions of a largely unaccountable state government – people be damned! Mc Auliffe’s office to positively spin the blanket return of voting and jury rights to (at least) 40,000 violent criminals. D., director of the Adam Smith Institute in London, discusses the recent elections in the UK and the implications for Britain, Scottish Nationalism, and the European Union. This page contains audio archives of the show, which broadcasts on select radio stations in Virginia every weekend. In the past, if the Virginia Department of Transportation made an offer for a Virginia citizen’s property, and then months later made a totally different offer only days before the case went to court, the first offer was prohibited from being admitted into evidence. Freedom & Prosperity Radio is presented by Virginia's most successful advocate for small government, free markets, and free people, Tertium Quids, and is hosted by Joe Thomas. Select the method you want to use to subscribe to this feed via the drop down menu. Waldo & Lyle argued that this practice concealed relevant information/evidence from the jury that it would need to make an informed decision. Who is the Governor truly representing: the special interests who support him politically or the inner city children of limited means who are still trapped in a subpar public school system? Why are Virginia Republicans so afraid to stand for parental choice that they emasculate education reform in committee?