Democrats can’t help attacking Governor McDonnell’s plan to borrow $3 billion in funds to pay for transportation. They call it “reckless,” “irresponsible” and “half-baked.” Three years ago, when they voted for the same plan, they called it “progress.” Go figure.
Check out Scott Galupo over at U.S. News and World Report where he details how DeMint, Reagan, and other conservative lodestars are “socialists” by supporting Social Security: I make these patently silly assertions to illustrate why we need my “high bar,” as Jonah described it, for socialism. If, as Jonah says, “European socialists believe in a […]
Church boiler breaking inspires a coat/blanket drive for those in need.
Jesus has often been called a communist. While others still think there’s a bit of a capitalist in Him. (see CNN) Personally, I think He is the Lord of all, the incarnate God, whose grace and mercy has given me salvation from damnation for my sins. But that’s just me. That is, also, of course, […]
Yesterday’s census numbers just makes it harder for Virginia to redistrict, but gives the GOP hope for greater gains in future national elections.
While we’re still searching for a number of State Senate candidates in various districts across Northern Virginia, one district that has been saturated with candidates is 39th Senate District, currently held by George Barker (D). The seat was previously held by Jay O’Brien, who was a candidate for a few weeks before bowing out under […]
Kudos to Shaun on a great, and appropriately national, post over on the frontpage of RedState. A short portion of what Shaun writes: In 2008, I was first introduced to the personhood movement. I had political involvement in Colorado in 2006 (successfully running then-Rep. Marilyn Musgrave’s re-election campaign) and knew many of the players in […]