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Wednesday, April 30, 201404/30/2014

Hour 2: John Tschohl, Herb Ely, Sean Higgins

In The Schilling Show

John Tschohl, founder and president, Service Quality Institute, talks about how to handle irate customers, Herb Ely and Bob Ribando of the Kiwanis Club of Charlottesville discuss Project Eliminate, and Sean Higgins, Senior Writer for the Washington Examiner, talks about if labor unions are obsolete.

Graduation

Wednesday, April 30, 201404/30/2014

Hour 1: Bob Marshall, Ryan Young, Michele Borquez

In The Schilling Show

Delegate Bob Marshall talks about Herring’s tuition decree, Ryan Young discusses the cost of regulations, and Michele Borquez talks about her book, Abortion to Mercy: Aborted Babies Burned for Electricity in Oregon.

coffee-word

Tuesday, April 29, 201404/29/2014

Dave Fafara – Shenandoah Joe

In Charlottesville Right Now

Dave Fafara (Shenandoah Joe) joins Les Sinclair to talk about a coffee shortage.

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Tuesday, April 29, 201404/29/2014

Mike Signer

In Charlottesville Right Now

Les Sinclair is joined by Mike Signer, a Fifeville Resident who wants to move the ABC store from West Main St.

Computer Keyboard Hands On It (clipart)

Tuesday, April 29, 201404/29/2014

David Evans

In Charlottesville Right Now

David Evans (Ph.D.) is a Professor of Computer Science at the University of Virginia and joins Les Sinclair to talk about the latest computer security threats in Internet Explorer.

book

Tuesday, April 29, 201404/29/2014

Hour 2: Clara Belle Wheeler, Mel Ayton, Sharon Moalem

In The Schilling Show

Clara Belle Wheeler discusses Virginia electoral integrity, Mel Aytontalks about his book, Hunting the President: Threats, Plots and Assassination
Attempts – From FDR to Obama, and Dr. Sharon Moalem discusses his book, Inheritance: How our Genes Change Our Lives and How Our Lives Change Our Genes.

U.S. Flag America

Tuesday, April 29, 201404/29/2014

Hour 1: Yaron Brook, Bryan Fischer

In The Schilling Show

Yaron Brook, executive of the Ayn Rand Institute, discusses why Socialists hate the Jews and Bryan Fischer, Director of Issue Analysis for Government and Public Policy at the American Family Association, talks about how a president could crash the US.

music notes

Monday, April 28, 201404/28/2014

Brad Savage Music Monday

In Charlottesville Right Now

Brad Savage of our sister station 106.1 “The Corner” joins Les Sinclair for Music Monday!

pope vatican

Monday, April 28, 201404/28/2014

Msgr. Mark Richard Lane

In Charlottesville Right Now

Vicar General Msgr. Mark Richard Lane joins Les Sinclair to discuss the recent double canonization and how it effects us regionally and locally.

Sarvis Robert and family 080513 (sent to us)

Monday, April 28, 201404/28/2014

Robert Sarvis

In Charlottesville Right Now

Robert Sarvis discusses his bid for a seat in the United States senate and what platforms he will stand upon for the upcoming campaign.

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Advocates for those with brain injuries have recognized State Senator Creigh Deeds (D- Bath County) and former Vietnam POW Paul Galanti.

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Fluvanna Sheriff Warns About Scam

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The Fluvanna County Sheriff's Office is warning consumers about a new scam that involves text messages.

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Lane Closures Impact Route 15

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The traffic flow along Route 15 in Louisa County could be slower Monday and Tuesday.