Of course, it’s not as if the Catholic wing of the Virginia Republican right has been all that receptive to the HISPANICS OUT! Virginia Rule of Law Act in Prince William County. Heck, we’ve been outright benumbed that this sort of politicking even survives in the 21st century. But Virginia is the home of massive […]
From over at Too Conservative we find that RPV is chalking up $319K in debt as of mid-October: Sure, Republicans won big statewide, but how and when are they going to pay this debt off? Especially when they have to abide by the federal campaign limits of $2100 per person? Between this and the ongoing financial […]
One of the many bills being debated in the upcoming lame duck session is the Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors (aka DREAM) Act which allows for undocumented (aka illegal) children to receive a path to citizenship (aka amnesty) who sign up for two years of college or military service. On the surface it’s […]
By nominating “conservative” candidates to run in January’s special elections in the 8th House and 19th Senate Districts, have Virginia’s Democrats learned the lessons of November 2nd or are they just trying to pull a fast-one on the voters?
This shouldn’t surprise me but Republicans can’t stop themselves from spending more than they ever have on their next convention. Among being completely hypocritical it also hurts whoever the 2012 presidential candidate is. Perhaps this will be another nail in Steele’s coffin but somehow I think there’s more to come.
Better to be insane with the crowd than sane alone? So goes the length of this analysis by Brian Schoeneman below about reflecting on such items as Medicare, the Department of Education, and No Child Left Behind as “unconstitutional” acts. The problem with all of this is that there has been a steady voice from […]
Most consumers in the US put their blind faith into large federal bureaucracies which do not make their lives any better or safer. The media has made us keenly aware of the recent TSA overreach which the govt justifies by “making us safer”. But there is a constant stream of counter-productive measures taken by our […]
Calling everything you disagree with unconstitutional is as demeaning to the document as passing laws that undermine it. Those of us who call ourselves constitutional conservatives should be more careful with throwing such a powerful term about inappropriately.