Brian Balogh

University of Virginia Professor of History Brian Balogh, co-host of Public Radio’s Backstory program heard around the country, joins Coy to explore the national conversation about the display of the Confederate flag, balancing civil liberties, and his new book.

Claire Gastanaga

Confederate flags on license plates, restoring the voting rights of felons who’ve served their time, historic Supreme Court decisions, and much more with Claire Gastanaga of the Virginia ACLU.

David Swanson

Author and peace activist David Swanson explores the abuses of militarized state power at home and abroad.

David Perry Jun16

David Perry

Non-profits and special needs children: David Perry weighs in.

Governor McAuliffe

Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe joins Coy to discuss a host of news items now in the headlines.

Robert McChesney

Media, democracy and citizenship.

Dr. Jeff Fracher

What happened in Baltimore?

David Gans Apr30

David Gans

The Constitution, same-sex marriage, and politics.

Rick Sincere Apr29

Rick Sincere

The debate over same-sex marriage in America.

2015 Muzzle Awards

It’s the award no one wants to get!

Claire Gastanaga

Latest on the effort to preserve and strengthen civil liberties in Virginia.

On Liberty

During the Tuesday, April 14, 2015 broadcast of Inside Charlottesville, host Coy Barefoot shared these unplanned, candid remarks about American liberty.

John Whitehead

John Whitehead discusses his recently released book, Battlefield America.

Burt Neuborne

Everything you thought you knew about the First Amendment is wrong.

Brian Moran

Virginia Secretary of Public Safety Brian Moran explores the future of the ABC following the brutal arrest of UVA student Martese Johnson.

Debating Religious Freedom Apr01

Debating Religious Freedom

Religious freedom or Legalized Bigotry?

David Perry

Professor of History and Essayist David Perry explores the runaway number of police killings of people with mental illness.

Claire Gastanaga

The Virginia ACLU announces here for the first time is concerns that Governor McAuliffe is sabotaging new legislation that was aimed at protecting the civil liberties and privacy of citizens.

Rick Sincere

Rick Sincere makes the case for lowering the drinking age in America.

David Heilberg

Charlottesville attorney David Heilberg reacts to the arrest of Martese Johnson and puts the incident in the context of the continued “overcriminalization” of the American citizenry.