“The fears of fast-paced hard tyranny by the Executive were misplaced, it was the slow creep of ever-growing soft tyranny by the Judicial that would prove to be the undoing of our liberties, and thus the Constitution.”
If the GOP wants to win in 2016, and beyond, good voter data is essential. A convention next year is the equivalent of unilateral disarmament on one of the most important campaign tools there is.
Republicans should select the Republican nominee, says Spires. C.S. Lewis nods in approval.
Former YRFV chairman John Scott discusses poll taxes and the limits of conventions.
We, as Republicans who revere Mr. Jefferson’s passion for liberty, should also share his zeal for maintaining, supporting, and constantly improving a high-quality public education system.
Having long-shot contenders, such as Ben Carson and Carly Fiorina, in the 2016 presidential primary may minimize the impact of the early states—Iowa, New Hampshire, and South Carolina. Candidates such as these and many others are likely to underperform in those states, resulting in concessions shortly thereafter. The splintered vote will leave candidates who would […]
Ferrara: “Both experience and logic show that phasing out state income taxes would substantially boost economic growth in Virginia.”
Conservatives that do the working, living, paying, and dying in Spotsylvania ought to be ecstatic about the opportunity to bring baseball to Spotsylvania — and if online polling is any indicator of enthusiasm, they are.