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 […]
Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, Senators Jill Vogel, Mark Obenshain, Ralph Smith, Steve Newman, Steve Smith, and Delegate Bob Marshall have all endorsed Bill Stanley’s campaign for the Republican nomination of the 19th State Senate District. Not like we need to add our names to this list of conservative stalwarts for Stanley (and not like folks […]
Recently Ron Paul (R-TX) who may never get the credit for actually inspiring the Tea Party movement decided not join the Tea Party Caucus started by his own son, Senator-elect Rand Paul (R-KY). I have never been comfortable calling myself a part of the Tea Party movement because I perceive most members as more anti-Obama […]
This just in from the RPV Advance – the State Central Committee has voted in favor of a primary to choose our nominees for the 2012 election cycle. In addition to opting for a primary over a convention, SCC voted against amendments to the party plan that would increase the amount of the filing fees […]
After being introduced by 5th District Chairman, Bill Stanley, Congressman-elect Robert Hurt spoke to the audience at the Republican Party of Virginia Advance Luncheon. Hurt thanked everyone for their support. Hurt began his speech saying that his fellow Freshmen in Congress also are thankful…that he picked 85 out of 85 in the office lottery yesterday. […]