It was in college where I got to grapple most directly with Martin Luther King Jr.’s work, specifically his magisterial (and relatively brief) Letters From a Birmingham Jail.
Conservatives can instantly see the problem — one simply doesn’t use government as a substitute for conversation. Animal rights activists can also see the issue up front and close as well, as the longstanding Virginia tradition of “right to retrieve” helps protect lost dogs from the actions of a radical and cruel few.
Jack Kemp used to say that there are no limits to our future if we don’t put limits on our people — and Kemp was right. Get back to this… and you get started on a serious solution.
With Perriello and the entire Democratic establishment behind Northam locking horns for the Democratic nomination, Gillespie is moving fast to secure his frontrunner status with a four-day launch tour where day one is a relentless five-stop tour de force.
The goal of any sort of reform should not be to make health care more profitable for a few, but instead to make health care affordable for the many — not steering them into the arms of Planned Parenthood.
Of course, what this illustrates is the total facade Krugman et al. really have for process vs. power. So long as the balance of power is tilted in their favor, elections have consequences and process be damned.
…the Democrats are data mining for 2018 vs. Garrett in VA-05 — that’s all. Either way, Peake should do very well on Tuesday, January 10th.
There isn’t enough stuff in the world to fill a God-sized hole.
More importantly, will Perriello pledge to defund Planned Parenthood should he become governor?