According to the Washington Examiner, an anti-Walmart protest group has published this flyer with the home address of the developer. This screen shot was taken from their website. The flyer isn’t there anymore. But, as they say, nothing ever really disappears on the Internet. But, take a look at the flyer. The graphic has the […]
Show notes: J.R. interviews Sen. Mark Obenshain (R-26). Obenshain talks about the view from the Senate regarding the governor’s legislative agenda. Additionally, he discusses his bill to privatize ABC stores, gives kudos to Del. Bob Brink (D-48) for bringing the legislation forward in the House, and explains his reasons why he thinks privatization is a […]
Despite the claims of some in the wake of the tragedy in Tucson, nothing in the history of conservative political thought suggests that conservatives support anarchism.
In a follow up to Mayor Helsel’s win yesterday, WAVY News 10 is reporting that the Democratic canvass has been cancelled. Were they unable to find a decent candidate? Or perhaps they just realized that it was a district they just couldn’t win. All I have to say is, welcome to the General Assembly, Delegate […]
People buy things they don’t need all the time, from harpoons to Chia Pets. It’s part of being an American. But that doesn’t stop gun control advocates from trying to ban things they think you have no business needing or buying.
Governor Bob McDonnell recently approved changes to the Virginia Department of Forestry’s Virginia State Forest Regulation 4VAC10-30-170, which will allow lawful carry of firearms in State Forests. These changes will allow firearms for those with a concealed carry permit, as well as open carrying for anyone in lawful possession of a firearm. The change to […]