Lawsuit Threatened In Adoption Regulations Battle

August 17, 2011 | 2 comments

Today, the Virginia Board of Social Services is scheduled to consider a request by several homosexual activist groups to reopen its decision to protect the rights of private, faith-based adoption agencies. In April, the VBSS approved new regulations for adoption… Read more>

Ask Your Senate Candidates A Question Or Two

August 16, 2011 | 1 comment

With Virginia’s crucial state Senate elections fast approaching — primaries are one week from today and the general election is November 8 — candidates will campaign and talk ad nauseam about certain issues. Incumbents will toot their horns about how much money they’ve saved… Read more>

Mr. Schapiro’s Problem Is That Governor McDonnell Has No Problem

April 28, 2011 | No comments

The Richmond Times-Dispatch’s very opinionated chief political reporter, Jeff Schapiro (who doubles as a columnist and online pundit), must have had a writer’s block problem recently. How else to explain his pulling out the tried-and-true “anti-gay” attack on a social… Read more>

Proposed Adoption Regulations Contrary To Virginia Law And Constitution; Clarifying Where We Now Stand In Process

April 13, 2011 | 2 comments

21-20, 21-20, 21-20: Pro-Life Bills Finally Pass Virginia Senate Roadblock To Become Law; Behind The Scenes At Last Night’s Drama!

April 7, 2011 | 5 comments

Near the end of an already extraordinarily long annual “Veto Session” last night, at around 10:00, after intense debate and several failed parliamentary maneuvers by opponents, the Virginia General Assembly handed pro-lifers and Governor Bob McDonnell another big victory. After… Read more>

BREAKING NEWS: Senate Adopts Abstinence Education On 21-20 Vote!

April 6, 2011 | No comments

It was a pro-life, pro-family sweep today at the reconvened “Veto” session of the General Assembly tonight. In addition to a dramatic abortion limiting 21-20 vote within the last hour, the Virginia Senate earlier voted by the same margin… Read more>

Orwellian: Saving Babies Is An “Attack On Women’s Health”

April 5, 2011 | No comments

The pro-abortion forces in Virginia are nothing if not masters at hyperbole. That, or downright Orwellian. Today, they held a news conference at the General Assembly Building to reinforce their message of choice since their stunning defeat on the abortion Read more>

Support Abstinence Education Funding In Virginia Budget

April 5, 2011 | 4 comments

In addition to Governor Bob McDonnell’s amendment to HB 2434, which would restrict Virginia’s health insurance exchanges under ObamaCare from covering abortion services, Governor McDonnell also added an amendment to reinsert abstinence funding in the Virginia budget. This funding… Read more>

A Shocking Day: Chief Justice Hassell’s Untimely Death, Webb Won’t Run For Re-election

February 9, 2011 | 2 comments

I was in the Senate Finance Committee this morning watching, thankfully, two good bills, which may lead to some much needed tax reform, fly through. The committee agenda was short, normal right after “crossover,” and only six bills were heard, all passing on unanimous voice… Read more>

Former Virginia First Lady Running From Pelosi, Too?

October 14, 2010 | No comments

The TEA Party Convention wasn’t the only big event in the capital city last weekend. There was our gala, of course (more about that soon). But if you’ve never been, each year around this time the city hosts the Richmond Read more>