July 28, 2014

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Judicial Activism

Often times when a particular party, group, or organization does not receive the ruling they want from the courts, they deride the decisions of federal judges by claiming them to be an act of judicial activism. For example, the claim of judicial ...

School choice advocate silenced

While many celebrate and praise the take down of Majority Leader Eric Cantor, there is something that we have lost in the fog of politics: a huge voice in the fight for school choice

Back to Basics

Folks want to get back on message but we need to first get back to basics. We are splintered, we are wounded, and we have gone completely off the rails.

Memorial Day: A Day of Remembrance, A Day of Action

As American citizens, we enjoy incredible freedom and liberty.  Nations across the globe do not enjoy the freedoms and sovereignty that America has secured.  From our liberties granted through the Bill of Rights in the Constitution, no one ...

Why I’m being Unconventional

The Virginia GOP Convention starts today and some 13,000 delegates will nominate the party’s candidates for Governor, Lt. Governor and Attorney General. Well, okay, some 12,999 delegates. I’m not going. Don’t get me wrong. I’m interested in who ...