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    The No No Nanny, Gun Control, and the AG Race in Virginia

    It’s election day in Virginia.  In a very few short hours, Virginians will be at the polls casting ballots. Multiple dairies have been posted on this site about the race for Governor, however, one race that has been more muted, is that of Attorney General. State Senator Mark Obenshain is the Republican candidate for the Office of Attorney General and it seems he has quite | Read More »

    Keeping the Constitutions

    “The constitutions of most of our States assert that all power is inherent in the people; that they may exercise it by themselves in all cases to which they think themselves competent, or they may act by representatives, freely and equally chosen; that it is their right and duty to be at all times armed; that they are entitled to freedom of person, freedom of | Read More »

    Leader of The Free World On Sale For Only $5

    The Obama campaign recently launched a new campaign contribution shtick – win dinner with the President.  For a mere $5.00 contribution, your name could be entered into a raffle to win free air fare and a meal with Obama.  Sadly, I chalked it up to yet another hair-brained scheme similar to AttackWatch.  Just another misstep on the part of liberals not understanding (or ignoring)  the decorum of | Read More »

    The Wounded Warrior Project – Soldiers Ride

    On Friday, I was fortunate enough to be a small part of a Wounded Warrior Project cycling event, the Honor Ride. It drove home the understanding of the cost of freedom – the Warriors themselves. It transcends politics and laser focuses the sacrifices made by our military. The Honor Ride is part of the WWP Soldiers Ride. If you are not familiar with these events, | Read More »


    A Matter of Principle in VA-02

    In the eight days that led up to the short term resolution, which paved the way for April 8th’s compromise vote to cut $38 billion in spending, the United States went $54 BILLION more into debt. On March 30th, the debt was $14.2101 Trillion. On April 7th, it had increased to $14.2642 Trillion. Half of this debt is held by foreign countries. In March of | Read More »

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    The Big Red Wall

    We have watched the steady creep of Northern Virginia liberalism slowly come to our county line.  With this, comes those that wish to diminish the integrity of the ballot.  They have hit the Big Red Wall. The Big Red Wall consists of poll observation volunteers from the local Republican committee, the John Adams Patriots, and conservatives who no longer will sit around waiting to see | Read More »


    Why I fight

    In six days I, like millions of others, will be heading to the polls to vote.  While active in politics, I have never been more active than I have been for the last 18 months.  I have engaged and I fight.  I fight for my grandparents who left Eastern Europe and a comfortable life to give their children more.  They came through Ellis Island, listing | Read More »


    Over 9.3 million people in flux

    One of the casualties of the health care fiasco was an “oversight” that started with the Senate bill. You see, 9.3 million people were left in a state of flux when the House passed the recent health care bill from the Senate. You see, these 9.3 million, in the original Senate bill were thought to possibly have substandard insurance and a determination would be made | Read More »

    The space between a rock and a hard place

    Dear Blue Dog Democrats, You have a vote coming up. Think about it carefully before you decide because your political future is going to be riding on it. Normally, I stay out of Congressional races outside of my district. I figure that those issues impact those whose finances and lives are within said districts. Not any more. You see, your “yes” vote is going to | Read More »

    When the Tea Party, The John Adams Society and the local Republican Committee meet.

    Yesterday was our annual Republican mass meeting for election of Precinct and at large members along with election of our Committee Chair and Vice Chair. I have to say it was one of the best meetings I have ever attended. This year, multiple members of the local Tea Party and John Adams Society not only joined the committee, they ran for both offices and made | Read More »