On LMTYWYW Podcast Episode 245, Dave and Jessica discuss the death of the Speaker, a South Georgia judge facing a slew of ethics charges, the Heartbeat bill back in court, and a gun grabbing a mom at an elementary school.
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Ep. 245: Packing Pistols and Stacking Charges
In Ep. 245, Dave and Jessica talk about the death of the Speaker, a South Georgia judge facing a slew of charges, the Heartbeat bill in court, and a mom grabbing a gun at an elementary school.
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Jessica Szilagyi is Editor of The Georgia Virtue. She focuses primarily on state and local politics, the judicial system, and law enforcement issues. Jessica is a graduate of Georgia State University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in political science with a concentration in local government. After a short campaign hiatus, Jessica earned her Masters of Public Administration from the University of Georgia. She is now a Like It Or Not contributor for Fox5 in Atlanta and a contributor for GeorgiaPol.com. However, her writing roots lie in her two blogs of her own: The Perspicacious Conservative and Hair Blowers to Lawn Mowers.
A South Florida native, David Roberts moved to Georgia as a teenager. At 18 he enlisted in the army as a specialist in psychological operations and served in that capacity for six years. After leaving active duty, Dave served in both the Reserve and Guards. Dave also worked for Wachovia and SouthTrust Banks as a commercial banker and associate vice president. Some mergers saw Dave join his brother Rob in the HVAC trade. Eventually, after several years of studying with his older brother, Dave left to start his own business. In 2016 he founded DR COOL Heating and Air in Dallas, GA.
As a prominent business owner in Paulding County, Dave is privileged to serve his community while also being involved in politics. Dave, who describes himself as a “Republitarian,” was invited to host the Let Me Tell You Why You’re Wrong podcast in 2018.
*Opinions expressed at the show reflect the views of the commentators and guests, not those of The Georgia Virtue.