Virginia Politics Category Archives
Subject to a recount, Senator Mark Herring has been elected Attorney General of Virginia and Senator Ralph Northam has been elected as Lieutenant Governor. That these “progressive” warriors will exercise executive and legislative power in Virginia is a sobering thing, but there’s a chance to limit the havoc they’ll be able to wreak by flipping […]
I am sick of seeing the thirty second propaganda spots running on cable TV that advocate the Outer Beltway, ads that are being financed by YOUR taxpayer dollars. Government using your money to convince you that developers need you to spend money for their benefit is an absolute outrage.
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Catch the broadcast of Ken Cuccinelli’s final “Get Out The Vote” Rally right here, starting at 8:30PM.
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Ken held a rally one week out from the election at a packed Victory Office in Bristow, VA along with Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal. Here are his full remarks.
Share this widely. There are a lot of voters out there who know nothing about this election other than what they’ve seen in thirty second television […]
Ken Cuccinelli had a great event in Bristow on Monday with Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal. Share this with your friends.
Funny how the supposed “War On Women” Democrats keep harping about is apparently sponsored in part by Democratic Senator Chuck Colgan.
If you’d like to see this running on cable this week, swing by this fundraising page. Every time it runs, a Democrat’s head explodes.
E. W. Jackson is a fearless conservative, and he can use your help in the home stretch to get his message out. Go to his website right now and pitch in what you can.
Polls have been consistently showing this race as being a toss-up and your help can make the difference. Perhaps the best part of […]
Here you have it, voters of Virginia. The Ralph Northam supporters say that 4 in 10 unplanned pregnancies end in abortions, but that’s “okay” because those dead children are spared from the possibility of suffering anxiety or remorse. You apparently can save people from all sorts of problems in life if you simply exterminate them before […]
For those of you who align with the libertarian movement, I commend to you this very insightful piece written by Jaime Radtke. There are a handful of people in Virginia who have been instrumental in promoting that cause in Virginia, and Jaime is not only one of them, but perhaps the person who started that […]
If you’re an environmentalist, or even a conservationist for that matter, the prospect of Terry McAuliffe becoming governor of Virginia should utterly terrify you.
While Terry will return the money he took from a scam artist who stole the identities of terminally ill people, he hasn’t returned the $120,000 he got from the Liberian International Ship and […]
Ken Cuccinelli delivered these remarks at the Rally Against The Bi-County Parkway (which I refer to as the Outer Beltway), making it very clear that this November we have a choice for Governor between one person who stands with people, and another whom stands for anyone willing to cut him a check.
When an agency of the Liberian government showed up as one of Terry McAuliffe’s large campaign donors I couldn’t help but feel there was something terribly wrong. Foreign governments funding candidates in Virginia elections? If this were a federal election, such donations would be patently illegal. What hadn’t occurred to me was that this entity was involved in […]
Bishop E. W. Jackson gave a sermon this Sunday in Northern Virginia. Not a political rally, he was delivering a sermon. The Washington Post then writes an article about the sermon as if this was some sort of political event, sourced by a “Democrat tracker” who apparently was following Jackson around in church, and they […]
When Bob McDonnell championed Virginia’s largest-ever tax hike as his signature achievement, a lot of us on the conservative side thought there couldn’t possibly be any worse way for McDonnell to seal the memory of his administration. Today, he attempts to eclipse that outrageous betrayal of the principles he claimed he held by disregarding the […]
We like to think that local governments, being the closest to the people, are the ones that would be the most responsible. As we’ve seen too often in Prince William County, that’s not the case. There’s sadly no unique characteristic that makes a local government better or worse than any other level, but […]
Education policy was the topic of Ken Cuccinelli’s statement on the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King’s march on Washington, and it’s a policy area where we in Virginia haven’t had much in the way of bold new proposals in the past. Sure, Virginia is a signature state for homeschooling, but that simply allows […]
Delegate Bob Marshall has filed suit against the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority saying that the process being used to select projects for funding does not comply with the law passed by the General Assembly. In essence, NVTA has ignored input from their town hall meetings from residents, failed to evaluate the congestion or safety improvements that projects […]
So Terry McAuliffe has no idea what he’s talking about when the subject turns to Virginia. That’s hardly a surprise.
Terry McAuliffe spent a whole lot of time at the Virginia Bar Association Debate this weekend talking about how important abortion is. One of his more creative arguments is that if you restrict abortion in any way “it would be very hard to bring women to Virginia.” I’ve rarely ever seen someone so doggedly partisan […]