The J.R. Hoeft Show

Brian Cannon, One Virginia 2021

Virginia has a chance to begin to end overtly partisan redistricting this General Assembly session. Brian Cannon explains.

Craig DiSesa – Looking Back at 2018 in Virginia Politics and Previewing 2019

For Senate Republicans, holding onto the majority is going to be the priority – and challenge – in 2019.

Nick Tomboulides, U.S. Term Limits

Was it really a blue wave or did the deck chairs just get rearranged in Congress? U.S. Term Limits thinks not much has changed.

Virginia Election 2018 with Dr. Quentin Kidd and Norman Leahy

Making sense of a GOP drubbing in Virginia, but the state isn’t blue?

Lathan Watts – Religious Discrimination in Fredericksburg

Religious liberty isn’t some obscure Reformation topic. 501 years later, Lutherans and all Christians are being denied the right to study God’s word.

Pay Now or Pay Later – But Vote Smart

Is it too hard to ask to pursue informed decisions, be bold and lead in tough times, and not deviate from the principles that got us to be a great country?

Disavowing the GOP, David Ramadan still supports Barbara Comstock

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.

James Young

Young offers perspective on the confirmation of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

Prospects of a Blue Wave Puts Brat in Dangerous Waters

Polling data puts even safe Republican districts up for grabs this election cycle.