The J.R. Hoeft Show

Phil Kerpen

Some bandwidth for WiFi has been set aside for exclusive use in cars. It hasn’t been actively used for 20 years. Kerpen argues it’s time to open it to the public.

Dr. Carole Adams

First principles and faith in education.

Del. Rob Bell talks race relations, good governance, and Fairfax hearings

Recapping a wild General Assembly session with the Chairman of the Courts of Justice committee.

Should Fairfax go? Depends on who you ask.

Polling data shows that demographics are split on Virginia’s recent spate of scandals.

Rep. Rob Wittman Returns – National Emergency 2019

Discussing the national emergency, shipbuilding, and the state of Virginia politics.

SATJ: Virginia in Crisis — and Tax…Cuts?

Two weeks of scandal have rocked the commonwealth – along with a “big” victory for taxpayers.

Raheel Raza – The Clarion Project

Extremism in the forms of terrorist recruitment in the west remains a real concern. Raheel Raza explains a program that can help prevent it.

SATJ: Great Smirks Through History

Smirks, 2019 General Assembly Before Crossover, and Virginia Heritage.

Stephen Haner – Tax Conformity and Reform in Virginia

Explaining what federal tax reform means for Virginia and how this session of the General Assembly needs to ensure conformity is Stephen Haner, senior fellow with the Thomas Jefferson Institute for Public Policy.

Victoria Cobb – Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) Explained

Returning to the podcast to explain the Equal Rights Amendment and its ramifications is Victoria Cobb, President of The Family Foundation.