Charlottesville Right Now– John Whitehead of The Rutherford Institute talks with Coy

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Oct 052010
 

John Whitehead, the founder and CEO of The Rutherford Institute,  joins Coy to discuss his opinion on the legality of upcoming red light cameras in Albemarle County.

Charlottesville Right Now– John Whitehead talks with Coy about the upcoming election

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Sep 272010
 

John Whitehead of The Rutherford Institute joins Coy in studio to discuss the rapidly approaching 5th District election.

Charlottesville–Right Now: Coy talks Lady Gaga with John Whitehead

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Sep 092010
 

09.09.10
John Whitehead, founder of The Rutherford Institute, joins Coy to discuss Lady Gaga and the “pornification of America”.

Charlottesville–Right Now: John Whitehead

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Jan 292009
 

On Wednesday, January 28th, John Whitehead of the Rutherford Institute is a constitutional attorney and founder of the Rutherford Institute. His most recent book is The Change Manifesto. He was a guest on Charlottesville–Right Now! with Coy Barefoot on Wednesday to discuss some of his most recent commentaries.

John Whitehead: Is America declining?

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Jul 162008
 

John Whitehead, CEO and President of the Rutherford Institute, is having an incredibly busy summer as his organization trains 22 interns on the ins and outs of defending the Constitution. He’s also awaiting the publication of his new book The Change Manifesto: Join the Block by Block Movement to Recreate America which comes out in September. Whitehead is worried about the state of American democracy, with an increasing surveillance culture as well as an worsening economy. He implores listeners to not listen to Congress, which he says is filled with millionaires who are out of touch. Whitehead wonders if Bush is the worst presidenct since Herbert Hoover, who was in charge the last time American banks failed one after another. Is the American empire bankrupting us? Who would Jesus vote for?