Friday, May 7, 2010

Fifth District Race- #1699 - Joe Thomas In the Morning - WCHV - Podcasts

"Joe Thomas in the Morning" - Podcasts

WCHV 1260 am

Steven Morales of VA Polling, 5/4/10 - joins to dissect the results of the straw poll he took during the 5th Congressional District GOP Convention. - 

The candidates for the GOP spot on November's Congressional ballot, 5/7/10 - answer questions about the BP oil spill and the specter of Virgil Goode -

Chris Horner (Competitive Enterprise Institute, author of "Power Grab" and "Red, Hot Lies") joins Joe to discuss the fraud of Micheal Mann and his comments about Ken Cuccinelli's investigation into UVA's complicency in his hockey stick con. -

Chairman, Timothy F. Johnson,  Frederick Douglass Foundation, and Vice Chairman of North Carolina Republican Party, Endorses Ferrin   Saturday, Timothy F. Johnson, Chairman of The Frederick Douglass Foundation and Vice Chairman of the North Carolina Republican Party personally endorsed Congressional Candidate Ron Ferrin to serve the residents of Virginia’s 5th Congressional District.  “Devoted Christians, Proud Black Americans and Active Republicans,” the Frederick Douglass Foundation is a public policy and educational organization which brings the sanctity of free market and limited government ideas to bear on the hardest problems facing our nation. We are a collection of pro-active individuals committed to developing innovative and new approaches to today’s problems with the assistance of elected officials, scholars from universities and colleges and community activist.
“Ron is a pro-life candidate who believes in the sanctity of traditional marriage. He is committed to making a real difference for the people residing in Virginia’s 5th Congressional District. We don’t need more talkers to be elected to represent Americans in Washington, DC or re-elect those who will not challenge the policies and direction the current administration is leading our nation toward. I hope you will join me and support Ron by voting for him on June 8th.”

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