Author Archive: Schilling Show

Rob Schilling is founder of The Schilling Show Blog and News; host of WINA's The Schilling Show, heard weekdays from noon to 2 PM; husband; father; and community watchdog.

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Tax Day musical montage: Tax Trials and Tribulations

| April 18, 2017 | 1 Comments
Tax Day musical montage: Tax Trials and Tribulations

Taxes are on everyone’s mind today, but the Schilling Show audience has responded with creative pushback. This piece, as heard on WINA’s The Schilling Show, was inspired by Diantha and the Pickpockets (Albemarle County Board of Supervisors) and the Charlottesville Silly Clowncil (City Council), neither of whom ever met a tax they didn’t like. Performed […]

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Alien Nation: Criminal “immigrants” violate Charlottesville’s sanctuary

| April 14, 2017 | 6 Comments
Alien Nation: Criminal “immigrants” violate Charlottesville’s sanctuary

Two recent high-profile arrestees in Charlottesville are not United States citizens, according to officials at the Albemarle Charlottesville Regional Jail. On April 1, 2017 Charlottesville Police arrested Erick G. Banegaz, who was charged with carnal knowledge of a child, as described in a police department media release: The Charlottesville Police Department received a report from […]

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Schilling Show wins Associated Press awards

| April 12, 2017 | 1 Comments
Schilling Show wins Associated Press awards

Schilling Show host, Rob Schilling, again was recognized by the Associated Press for his reporting and journalism over the past year. At the April 1, 2017 Virginias Associated Press Broadcasters Awards, Schilling was presented with the following Non-Metro Radio citations: Best Editorial or Editorial Series: Superior Award for “Don’t Cry for Him“ Best Feature of Human Interest […]

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1000 Words: President Trump repeatedly dissed at Charlottesville Wegmans

| April 11, 2017 | 5 Comments
1000 Words: President Trump repeatedly dissed at Charlottesville Wegmans

Following the November 2016 presidential elections, The Schilling Show has received multiple reports of Trump-branded wine bottles being turned backwards on the shelves at the Charlottesville Wegmans grocery store, so that the Trump label is not visible. Wegmans management says this subtle vandalism is the work of customers and that most patrons appreciate the store […]

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Bad Bobs: Charlottesville assessor slams renegade City Councilor and conservative businessman

| March 23, 2017 | 3 Comments
Bad Bobs: Charlottesville assessor slams renegade City Councilor and conservative businessman

Like Albemarle County before it, Charlottesville has a real estate assessment problem. Past reports of rate-rigging and internal collusion have undermined the public’s confidence in the City assessor’s office and have called to question the veracity of their annual output. This year one Charlottesville City Councilor and one city business, in particular, are the poster […]

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Schilling Show Bestows 4th Annual Citizen Patriot Award

| March 18, 2017 | 0 Comments
Schilling Show Bestows 4th Annual Citizen Patriot Award

Ashton Ryan and Savannah Misner are co-recipients of the 4th annual Schilling Show Citizen Patriot Award, presented for exemplary service to the cause of liberty. Ashton is known throughout the Charlottesville community for Ashton’s Coat Drive, an annual birthday celebration wherein he collects coats for the needy. Inspired by Ashton, Savannah recently held a “birthday wish” event of […]

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The Blue Spade sings: Deployed Activists

| March 4, 2017 | 0 Comments
The Blue Spade sings: Deployed Activists

The Blue Spade (aka Scott Bandy) returns with a masterful remake of Robert Palmer’s “Addicted to Love,” now titled, “Deployed Activists.” Palmer’s biggest hit, now provides the musical backdrop for the Spade’s exposé of Charlottesville’s Organizers, Occupiers, and Agitators—the robotic, zombie-like sycophants who appeared at Lee Park and Downtown Charlottesville for recent Marxist-themed events. The song was performed […]

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Wheel of (mis)Fortune: The wacky world of Albemarle’s wildly fluctuating assessments

| March 2, 2017 | 1 Comments
Wheel of (mis)Fortune: The wacky world of Albemarle’s wildly fluctuating assessments

Albemarle County’s recently released assessment figures show “healthy” increases in a number of neighborhoods and property categories. Generally, assessments were up by an average of 2.9% over last year, but some specific areas are showing wild fluctuations (both up and down) in comparison with last year. After receiving complaints from Albemarle County property owners, The […]

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Resistance: Charlottesville Mayor dodges permit, fees, insurance for downtown rally

| February 15, 2017 | 6 Comments
Resistance: Charlottesville Mayor dodges permit, fees, insurance for downtown rally

A January 31 “Capital of the Resistance” rally in downtown Charlottesville, convened by Mayor Michael Signer, was held without a permit, according to City spokesperson, Miriam Dickler—and apparently without the payment of legally codified costs and fees. Media reports estimated attendance anywhere from “several hundred” to seven hundred people. City “Standard Operating Procedures” policy #100-04, “Special […]

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Video essay: Violent fascists rage at Charlottesville’s Lee Park

| February 13, 2017 | 5 Comments
Video essay: Violent fascists rage at Charlottesville’s Lee Park

A Charlottesville press conference scheduled by Republican gubernatorial candidate Corey Stewart, devolved into chaos Saturday, as dozens of predominantly white, “black lives matter” fascists shut down Stewart’s remarks before he had a chance to deliver them. The event, co-hosted by black social media activist, Thaddeus Dionne Alexander, was intended to rally against Charlottesville City Council’s efforts […]

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