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.
The results are clear: local elections in May need to end in Hampton Roads.
The votes are in, and Bill Stanley has won the GOP nomination in the special election to replace Congressman-elect Robert Hurt in the 19th Senate District. I think we all know it was the Bearing Drift endorsement that made this all possible. Congratulations! RPV just sent out the following press release: RPV Announces Nomination of […]
As Virginia begins its redistricing, Jay Cost of the “The Weekly Standard” has an interesting article on how the electorate has been aligning.
Apparently, Mark Warner didn’t get the memo. Voters overwhelmingly rejected the misguided, anti-free market Obamacare law that Republicans rightfully say will result in rationing of health care similar to other countries. Seniors do not want unaccountable Boards telling them their coverage has been slashed because costs happened to exceed estimates this year. Sorry, you should’ve […]
The Pew Research Center for People and the Press has released the results of their latest News IQ Quiz. Partisans across the political spectrum will be interested in the results of the twelve questions Pew asked. As it turns out, among respondents: 77% know that the budget deficit larger than in the 90s. 41% know […]