Guest post by Rep. Rob Wittman (R-VA01) This week in Washington, Congress has taken action to reign in credit card companies from performing unscrupulous business practices. Unfortunately, I’ve heard from many constituents who have received a letter from their credit card company notifying them that their card’s limit has been reduced or their interest rate […]
If you feel like joining the whinefest about the student Democratic Party club being shut down at Liberty University, be my guest. I’ll laugh at you. One school shuts down Democrats, and the left has a hissy fit. One news network isn’t controlled by liberals, and the left has a daily hissy fit. As if […]
The Washington Post endorsed Creigh Deeds in the June 9th Democratic Primary because “Mr. Deeds courageously voted for a proposal that included raising the state’s gas tax.” That, and the Post’s assertion that Deeds is not the conservative Democrat people thinks he is, should give Deeds pause before he starts celebrating. “Some progressive voters may […]
For those of us engaged in trying to get information from the Republican Party of Virginia over the years, we have been on a roller-coaster. Sometimes it’s been good and other times, not so good. Right now, the jury is out.