Hear first-hand how a small group of legislators subverted the Virginia Constitution and traditional legislative process to benefit out of state fat-cat corporations in an effort to hurt small business owners that run convenience stores, restaurants/bars and truck stops, and to defy the judicial system (and Sadler’s recent court victory) in Sadler and Stanley’s ongoing court battle to help these businesses that depend on skill games to keep their doors open and their workers employed. Del. Davis, Hermie and the Senator let you in on the secretive back-room process, why it is fundamentally flawed, as well as the reasons behind why a small handful of legislators intentionally kept the public and most of their state representatives from debating the issue; and, find out what you can do about it to make sure that your government keeps its word to be “by the people and for the people” in the future, so this never happens again. Listen as Hermie and Bill update you on how their lawsuit against big government overreach in protection of the little guy is progressing, and cheer them on as they stand up for truth, justice and the Virginia way!
In Senator Stanley’s “Leaning Right Moment,” the boys discuss how the left blames Florida Governor DeSantis for both the hurricane and its aftermath (and why even Democrats aren’t buying what the liberals are selling here), why gas prices are on the rise once again and why the democrats record of failure on kitchen table issues that matter to everyday Americans keeps on growing, and what Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and her liberal elite pals believe is the proper (and clearly racist) role of illegal immigrants in today’s society.
In Hermie Sadler’s “Turning Left Moment,” Sadler details the Sadler/Stanley Racing Team’s upcoming race at the historic Hickory Motor Speedway, their fundraising efforts for the family of Chris Beazley, a member of the racing community who was tragically killed in a car accident by a drunk driver, and Hermie goes in depth on the increasing concern by Cup drivers that the NASCAR® NextGen car is more unsafe than the previous model, and what can be done to make it safer for the drivers in the future.