Creigh Deeds

Should the Virginia ABC have police powers?

Dr. Jeffrey Fracher

Clinical psychologist Dr. Jeffrey Fracher joins Coy to discuss his experience pre-screening and working with law enforcement officials: what should we understand about the use of force in the arrest of Martese Johnson?

Arrest of Martese Johnson...

Vice President at the University of Virginia, Dr. Marcus Martin speaks out regarding the recent arrest of third-year student Martese Johnson.

Johann Hari Mar12

Johann Hari

Best-selling author and journalist Johann Hari joins Coy live from London to discuss his new book, Chasing the Scream.

David Swanson

Author and peace activist David Swanson joins Coy for an exclusive, extended conversation about American foreign policy and much more.

Gov. Terry McAuliffe

Governor of Virginia Terry McAuliffe in a not-to-miss conversation with Coy Barefoot.

General Assembly 2015

Claire Gastanaga, Executive Director of the ACLU of Virginia, recaps all the good and the bad from the General Assembly session of 2015.

Jeff Fogel

Jeff Fogel is a Charlottesville attorney who recently won a case to defend panhandling as free speech on the Downtown Mall. In this exclusive interview, Jeff takes listeners behind the scenes into how the case was fought and won, and what it means.

Panhandling in Cville Feb20

Panhandling in Cville

Jeff Lenert is a former Chairman of the Board for PACEM and has been working with the homeless population in Charlottesville for more than 25 years.

Tom Jackman

Washington Post reporter Tom Jackman has the very latest on the controversial police killing of a man named John Geer. Witnesses say Geer had his hands up and was no threat to officers— and police who were there even agree.

Andrew Burstein

Best-selling and award-winning author and historian Andrew Burstein joins Coy to discuss his forthcoming new book about Thomas Jefferson, “Democracy’s Muse.”

Claire Gastanaga

Executive Director of ACLU in Virginia, Claire Gastanaga provides insight on a host of controversial issues facing Virginia including same-sex marriage, religious freedom, and in-state tuition for the children of immigrants.

Peter J. Spiro

Is the very concept of “citizenship” become something of an anachronism in the Era of Globalization?

Victor Pickard

The Annenberg’s School’s Victor Pickard discusses his new book, America’s Battle for Media Democracy: The Triumph of Corporate Libertarianism and the Future of Media Reform.

ACLU’s Claire Gastanaga

In the wake of the abduction and murder of Hannah Graham, the city of Charlottesville is considering installing a new police-monitored system of surveillance cameras throughout downtown. The ACLU’s Claire Gastanaga weighs in on the proposal.

Rick Sincere

Rick reflects on the top political news of 2014.

John Whitehead

The Rutherford Institute’s John Whitehead considers today’s breaking news: no charges will be filed against the police officer who choked Eric Garner to death. He also considers the UVA story about rape on campus.

Sheriff Chip Harding on DNA in Virginia

Should Virginia expand its collection of DNA to include not just felony convictions but anyone convicted for a misdemeanor crime? Albemarle County Sheriff Chip Harding says absolutely, yes.

John Whitehead

John talks about his latest commentary on the state of America’s freedoms.

ICTV with Coy Barefoot

September 14, 2014 guests include Charlottesville attorney Lloyd Snook, reacting to the guilty verdicts in the Bob and Maureen McDonnell corruption trial; University of Virginia Professor of Law Brandon Garrett with troubling new findings in a report on Virginia law enforcement; and Barefoot Excursions visits Rugby Road to find the connection between the historic Faculty Apartments and professional baseball.