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On today’s “Issues & Audibles”, Andy and I discussed the missing radioactive materials in Mexico – which thankfully have been found – and the double standard in Sen. Harry Reid’s staff being exempt from the Obamacare law they drafted and imposed upon the rest of us. With Ann now only 1 game behind me - we then made our NFL Week … Read More
On today’s “Issues & Audibles”, I happily educated Andy about the first Thanksgiving taking place in Virginia – not present day Massachusetts – and we discussed our favorite means of cooking Turkey (I like it fried). We also discussed the Iran Nuclear Deal, which seems to ignore allowing hostage victims of Iran's theocracy to attach … Read More
On today’s “Issues & Audibles”, we discussed the revitalization of American manufacturing due to the increased availability of low-cost natural gas. This benefit is due to innovative, private sector technology and from allowing the States to be laboratories of innovations, particularly in the production of “game changing” natural gas … Read More
On today’s “Issues & Audibles”, we discussed the ongoing Attorney General election and my speech in Houston on nanotechnology today. After Week 10, when Ann went 4-1 (including picking the Buccs), I have 31, Ann has 28, and Andy has 24. Below are our NFL Week 11 … Read More
Today on “Issues & Audibles”, we discussed the upcoming elections in Virginia. I surmised that former Pres. Clinton campaigning for Terry McAuliffe was probably a net plus. However, it was a possible sign of worry and politically risky to bring in the current President in the midst of the bumbling, fumbling rollout of Obamacare. And the … Read More
Today on “Issues & Audibles”, we discussed New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s intrusion into our Virginia political campaigns. In addition to having higher taxes, electricity prices and rent prices and more nanny regulations, New York City also has much higher crime rates – where there are restrictions against law abiding … Read More
Today on “Issues & Audibles”, we discussed the end of this particular government shutdown. Nothing much has been resolved, and the debate will continue another few months. Meanwhile, neither Democrats or Republicans, nor the President won or lost – the American people lost. In the second half of this contest, the President and Congress … Read More
This is instructive good news that approximately 25% of variable electricity costs are determined by the source of power. More broadly, people ought to be educated on the costs to families and businesses for various methods of producing electricity. Natural gas, coal and hydroelectric provide the most affordable, reliable electricity. Nuclear can … Read More
Today on “Issues & Audibles”, I suggested a pro-growth agenda of tax, energy and regulatory policies that grow the economy, save taxpayer money, and spur productive economic activity, thereby creating jobs and revenues. An ideal resolution would: 1. Delay Obamacare mandates for individuals for one year and apply Obamacare to members of … Read More