Virginia Politics Category Archives
Yesterday morning I submitted a copyright infringement complain to YouTube complaining that the Super PAC “American Bridge 21st Century” had stolen clips from two of my productions. Twenty four hours later, which is quite a bit more of a delay than I had ever encountered before, the infringing video has been re-edited to remove […]
It’s nice to see that Democrats appreciate the quality of my work. It isn’t quite so nice to see Democrat campaign consultants blatantly stealing my work so they can make a buck, but it’s hardly surprising that they do.
Meet the 2013 ticket! Here’s videos of the speeches filmed at the Fairfax rally that was part of the RPV Fly Around that kicked off the day after the Republican Convention.
Ken Cuccinelli for Governor
The left obviously still can’t figure out what to do when confronted by a conservative that doesn’t fit their racial stereotypes, especially when that conservative is a Republican nominee for state-wide office. Their first shot across the bow is to take one of E. W. Jackson’s most powerful assaults on the culture of death that […]
Today’s RPV State Convention wasn’t just a nearly twelve hour long ordeal for delegates, it was plenty of fun. That is, if you know where to look for it. Stay glued to a seat talking to people who don’t know what’s happening and it can seem like an ordeal. Be a real political junkie and […]
Delegates going to the Republican Convention in Richmond this weekend are still reeling under all the direct mail, phone calls and email messages the seven Lieutenant Governor and two Attorney General campaigns have been putting out in earnest over the past couple of weeks and having a hard time sorting it all that information out. […]
There’s lots happening in the lead-up to the Republican Convention and around the area in local politics, so let’s take a quick pass at all that’s happening since there isn’t time to cover all of these in detail right now.
You know those blogs that annoy you by constantly talking about one single thing to the exclusion of all else? The ones that drive you so absolutely mad with their droning, unvarying drumbeat of monotony they make you want to throw random objects at your computer screen?
Well, let’s do that.
It’s not that I particularly want to, but […]
An email from the Corey Stewart for Lieutenant Governor campaign landed in my inbox today with such a depressing thud that I couldn’t focus any longer on getting productive work done. This campaign silliness has gotten so bad I’m starting to get awfully angry.
I was rather amused to find a diatribe in my inbox in defense of a Tea Party endorsement (wait, it’s supposed to be a vetting, right?) of Corey Stewart today, and it just wouldn’t be fair to readers if I neglected to share it. Apparently I’ve managed to upset a few people and my inbox […]
What started out as a promising week for Corey Stewart’s Lieutenant Governor campaign has swiftly turned in to a really bad one.
Being on the board of directors of a local tea party that is affiliated with the Virginia Tea Party Patriots, I really don’t expect to be surprised by an out-of-the-blue candidate endorsement by them along with a federal/state political action committee called “Middle Resolution PAC.” Yet I was, so I’m immediately suspicious about how this came to […]
My friend Willie Deutsch released the raw data from the poll he ran on his site today and asked if some of us might do some number crunching for him. Of course I’m happy to oblige, as this was probably the best designed online poll of the election cycle and the results are probably the best those […]
With Manassas City Schools Superintendent Catherine Magouyrk joining the legion of public officials who misuse taxpayer resources to promote a political agenda, it’s time to bring the hammer down on these public officials who feel entitled to use our taxpayer dollars to badger other governmental bodies. Magouyrk is hardly the first to engage in this stunningly unethical […]
I’ve been a huge fan of Tom Tancredo ever since he started grabbing the spotlight during the 2008 presidential election campaigns. He’s been a tremendous advocate of improving border security, protecting our rights, reducing the size and scope of the federal government and dealing with the illegal alien issue in an honest, effective and straightforward manner. That […]
Well, this comes as a welcome surprise. Perhaps some of our local elected officials, particularly those seeking higher office, listen after all.
Prince William County Chairman Corey Stewart will introduce a resolution this evening threatening to withhold county contributions to the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (COG) unless the organization reverses resolution R3-2013, which advocates restricting Second Amendment […]
The Florida legislature is now considering a bill that protects the lives of babies born alive in abortion clinics, which sometimes happens as the result of a botched abortion. Planned Parenthood came out to argue against the bill, and in this stunning video their lobbyist Alisa Laport Snow was asked some rather important questions […]
Established in 1989, the Carter-Knight Freedom Fund Award is the most prestigious honor bestowed by the NRA Civil Rights Defense Fund. Named for Harlon Carter, founding Director of the NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action, and George Knight, founder of the Fund, it was created to honor those who demonstrate exemplary support for the constitutional and […]
Earlier this month the Metropolitan Washington Council Of Governments approved a resolution calling for more gun control which has prompted a few localities in Virginia to threaten that they will withhold their annual dues payments until the resolution, which has pretty much nothing to do with the mission of the MWCOG anyways, is repealed. Today I’ve learned that Manassas […]
Once again Bob Marshall proves that he understands Virginia law better than anyone else in the General Assembly. This time, Marshall suspected that the establishment of a “Medicaid Innovation and Reform Commission” that had the power to enroll the Commonwealth in an expansion of the federal medicaid program was a violation of the Constitution of […]