Podcast Episode 4

Thank you everyone for your continued support! This week we provide our usual news roundup, talk about Virginia's budget crisis, Syrian refugees in the state, and interview Democratic challenger for Virginia's 50th House of Delegate district, Lee Carter. Tune on in!

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Segment 1: News updates


Portsmouth Councilman Danny Meeks is delinquent on his taxes again, owes more than $17,000

School Board member plans to cut business ties with Virginia Beach schools after Pilot investigation

GOP Vice Presidential Candidate Mike Pence to Appear at Loudoun Rally

Poll: Clinton opens up 16-point lead in Virginia

Trump unpopularity fuels wide lead for Clinton in new Virginia poll

Is A Maximum Hillary Win Taking Shape? Clinton pauses ads in Virginia in sign of confidence

Breitbart even commissioned their own poll to 'counteract' the Liberal-bias pollsters, and still couldn't even manufacture a Trump lead: Breitbart/Gravis Poll: Hillary Clinton Leads Donald Drumpf 42% to 37% Nationally in 4-Way with Johnson 9%, Stein 3%

McAuliffe seeks to use $630M from rainy day fund to help $1.5B gap

Virginia’s McAuliffe to announce restoration of voting rights to 13,000 felons

If Norfolk lobbied for marijuana decriminalization, it would be the first city in Virginia to do so

Charlottesville council OKs marijuana resolution

Segment 2: Lee Carter

Carter For Virginia - Act Blue Donation Page

@CarterForVA - Twitter

Carter For Virginia - Facebook

Jackson Miller for Delegate Contributions Received Since 2006

Segment 3: Terror & Refugees

FBI Investigating Possible ISIS-Inspired Knife Attack in Virginia

Virginia’s Syrian Refugees Resettled In Poor Communities Hours Away From Wealthy DC Suburbs

Roanoke area receives 21 Syrian refugees since May, part of nationwide surge

Is Radford too poor to accept refugees?

As U.S. Politicians Shun Syrian Refugees, Religious Groups Embrace Them

Why American Cities Are Fighting to Attract Immigrants

Why Immigrants Are Good for Our Economy

The Economy Benefits When Immigrants Become Citizens