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Norm Leahy

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Christmas is upon us...or will be before you know it. As we enter the last days of 2008, I'll be joined by Nick Howard and Steve Rossie to look back (briefly) on the year that was, and look forward to the legislative session and election to come.

Budget transparency is a rather dull term for something very important: knowing how and why the government spends your money. Sen. Ken Cuccinelli joins me to discuss the transparency bill he is sponsoring in the next session and how... more

The rough-and-tumble fun of the next legislative session is drawing closer. The budget will have to be balanced, the statewide races are already heating up and its not even Thanksgiving. Nick Howard, a member of the... more

The dust is still settling on the election and conservatives are, naturally, asking where they should go from here. That's especially true in Virginia, where the entire House as well as all statewide officers will be up for election next year. I'll... more

A seemingly endless presidential contest (hopefully) comes to a close. Who's up? Who's down? And what's going on in Virginia, which finds itself in the unfamiliar role of "swing state"? The Northern Virginia Daily's Garren Shipley joins us to... more

The "Gingrich Revolution" of 1994 swept the GOP into power on the promise that government would be re-made along conservative lines. But half a generation later, government is bigger and more costly than ever. What... more

Governments have secrets. Some are legitimate, but many are simply ruses to keep taxpayers in the dark. Megan Rhyne of the Virginia Coalition for Open Government joins us to discuss the basics of FOIA law -- how it works, how it... more

Virginia made a huge step forward in property rights protection in 2007. But those gains, substantial as they are, remain tenuous. Joe Waldo, one of Virginia's most prominent property rights attorneys, joins us to discuss the current status of... more

In the wake of the Kelo ruling, Virginia passed a fairly strong property rights law to protect Virginians' homes and places of business. But is that law enough? Jeremy Hopkins, one of the nation's leading property rights proponents, joins us to... more