Hydrogen Barackside: The Cure For All Your Small Government Ills.

May 1, 2012 | No comments

Here’s a cartoon from 2009 recently brought to my attention. There’s no way he or she could have know exactly how gargantuan the government would actually become in only tree years of Barack Obama’s presidency. If so, the bottle would… Read more>

Tomorrow Is Primary Day!

August 22, 2011 | 1 comment

Tomorrow is primary day in Virginia.  There are only a few, but these elections will determine several of the nominees from both parties to run for the Virginia House of Delegates and Senate in November. Primaries normally are held in… Read more>

Are Your Legislators 100-Percenters? It’s Never Too Late To Say Thank You!

July 13, 2011 | No comments

The Family Foundation Action released its 2010-2011 General Assembly Report Card in late spring and several delegates and senators scored a 100 percent pro-family voting record. That’s quite a commitment to the pro-family, limited government philosophy — lawmakers were “scored” on… Read more>

It’s May Which Means Soon We’ll Have Some Surprise Announcements

May 16, 2011 | No comments

What does late spring in an odd year mean? Of course! The Family Foundation Action General Assembly Report Card soon will be released, grading all 140 members of the General Assembly over the last two years on matters of family… Read more>

Victoria Cobb Interviewed On Score Radio Network

April 25, 2011 | 1 comment

Can economic (i.e., limited government) conservatives and social conservatives get along, at least long enough, to coalesce around shared principles in a coalition to restore government to its proper scope and role? What are those shared principles and how Read more>

Update: Senate Passes Property Rights Constitutional Amendment!

February 22, 2011 | 2 comments

A couple of hours ago, the Virginia Senate passed by a 35-5 vote, a proposed amendment to the Virginia Constitution that would protect private property rights and curb the government’s power of eminent domain. Don’t be deceived by the vote. Often,… Read more>

Final Chance For Property Rights Constitutional Amendment Friday Morning!

February 2, 2011 | 1 comment

After two weeks of delays, one of the most important committee votes of the 2011 General Assembly will take place Friday morning in the House Privileges and Elections Committee. Members will consider a constitutional amendment to safeguard your property rights… Read more>

Repeal Amendment Defeated, Property Rights On Hold In Senate P&E

January 18, 2011 | 1 comment

This morning, the Senate Privileges and Elections Sub-Committee on Constitutional Amendments voted 4-3, on a party line vote, against SJ 280, the Repeal Amendment. The proposed resolution would, if enacted through a constitutional convention called for by state legislatures,… Read more>

Application Deadline For Virginia Boards And Commissions Extended

April 16, 2010 | 6 comments

Over the last couple of weeks we’ve sounded the call about the opportunity to serve on the hundreds of boards and commissions that set policy for the Commonwealth. The McDonnell administration is looking to fill hundreds of positions subject to… Read more>

Senate Health Care Freedom Bills Advance To House Floor, Last Step Before Governor's Signature

February 9, 2010 | 1 comment

Here’s an update on Health Care Freedom legislation: The three Senate bills — SB 283, SB 311 and SB 417 — passed in historic fashion by the Senate last week, all passed by 16-5 bi-partisan margins in the House Commerce and Read more>