Last week, Democratic U.S. Senator Mark Warner insisted that he has not consulted with an attorney or been approached by federal investigators looking into corruption allegations related to the recent resignation of Virginia state senator Phil Puckett. If he hasn’t already called his lawyer, he should press the speed dial button now.
GMU Law School Asst. Dean: “it is the stupidest thing I’ve heard of in my life.”
There’s a lot of misinformation out there about E-Fairness – it’s time to set the record straight.
The 450,000 voters figure trumpeted by the Washington Post is just the latest in a long line of overwrought numbers that obscure the fact that Virginia’s voter ID law won’t deny any legitimate voter the right to vote.
Simply put, a tax increase of any kind at this time would be extremely harmful to Virginia’s economy. Our representatives in Washington should oppose an Internet sales tax, and those in Richmond should repeal the provision that would increase the gas tax.
I grew up poor, but not impoverished. I worked my way through an education, got a job, got married and started a family, went into business and am now retired. Little did I know that this standard for American success was going to be undone and even considered an injustice.