Howell and Norment have written the governor to call a special session of the legislature to debate and come to a consensus on the policy of granting more than 200k felons voting rights and the responsibility to perform certain civic duties.
In what many view as a brash political maneuver, Gov. McAuliffe bypasses legislature in restoring voting and other civic rights to felons.
It is my hope and prayer that every person in Virginia will remember this come November of 2017 and elect a Republican Governor. Whoever that person may be, maybe they will actually care, unlike this Governor.
Speaker of the House William Howell joins the podcast to talk about the latest budget, the governor’s nonsensical vetoes, and what’s ahead in the coming year for the General Assembly.
So Bruce Springsteen can deny thousands of customers because of his strongly held moral convictions… and this makes him a hero?
McAuliffe’s concerns at this point aren’t with the manufacture of lethal drugs, but rather with the manufacturing of controversy where none need be.
Tim Donner remembers Virginia liberty icon John Taylor.
Roger Chesley still can’t figure out if the police are the good guys.