Virginia

pertaining to the U.S. state of Virginia

Soaring Political Rhetoric of the Virg. Marriage Decision

Byron York, Washington Examiner

Virginia now has a court decision invalidating the voters' will on the issue of marriage.

VA Gov. McAuliffe Rerouted Funds for Inaugural

David Sherfinski, The Washington Times

The Virginia legislature years ago banned governors from donating excess inauguration funds to political causes, but that hasn’t stopped Gov. Terry McAuliffe from finding a way to route $211,000 from his inaugural fund back to his election campaign and the VA Dem. Party.

Virginia Property Rights Push TODAY

If you are a Virginian (native or adopted) it is important that you urge your legislator AND the members of the House Constitutional Law Subcommittee to support HB 1219. Please forward this article to your friends and contacts in Virginia; protecting property rights in Virginia helps spread the message to other states and localities where property rights are threatened.

McAuliffe Campaign Promise Sparks Int'l Dispute

Tess VandenDolder, In The Capital

One of the first issues to arise with newly elected Gov. Terry McAuliffe actually has nothing to do with Virginia's domestic policies. Instead, the Dem. has become embroiled in an int'l dispute with Japan that could spell big trouble.

Virginia AG Herring Playing For The Other Team

Instead of the Commonwealth’s highest law enforcement official at the court house going up against a star-studded legal team hired by the radical homosexual proponents of same sex marriage, today, lawyers for two county court clerks and the state’s Registrar of Vital Statistics will defend the Virginia constitution before a federal judge. Sign and share the petition to impeach VA A.G. Mark Herring.

Lib. Local Gov't Officials Target Conservative Property Owner

Mark J. Fitzgibbons, CNS News

Property rights bill HB 1219, introduced by Virginia Delegate Bob Marshall, was inspired by the harassment of conservative farmer Martha Boneta, who was excessively fined by her liberal county gov't for holding a perfectly legal kids' birthday party on her farm. 

Establishment GOP Rejects Moral Case for Impeaching Attorney General

Despite the sound legal, and moral, case against Virginia's liberal Democrat Attorney General Mark Herring, Virginia's establishment Republican House Majority Leader M. Kirkland Cox of Colonial Heights has said he does not envision Herring being impeached. Please sign our impeach Mark Herring petition.

Religious Leaders Call for Mark Herring's Resignation

NBC29.com Staff

Religious leaders across Virginia are calling for the resignation or impeachment of A.G. Mark Herring after his announcement that he would not defend the state's ban on same-sex marriage. Repubs. say Herring isn't doing his job. Herring says it is his job to oppose laws he deems unconstitutional.

GOP: VA Dems' Sen. Takeover an Outrageous Power Grab

Kenric Ward, Watchdog.org

“The new Senate rules subvert the Virginia Constitution by creating a veto and vesting it in the chairman of the Rules Committee. It is a partisan game to advance a radical agenda without accountability to Virginia voters,” said state Sen. Tom Garrett. Warning: this could happen in your state.

Impeach Virginia's Democratic Attorney General Mark Herring

Attorneys General who pick and choose the laws they enforce endanger the liberties of all of us and set a frightening precedent that will inevitably put all rights of Virginians at the mercy of a government unconstrained by the rule of law. SIGN and SHARE the petition to impeach Mark Herring now.

Gov. McDonnell: If I'm Guilty, So Is Obama

Tony Lee, Breitbart

After he and his wife were indicted on 14 felony counts, former VA Repub. Gov. Bob McDonnell said that he was being charged based on a "misguided legal theory" that would implicate Obama and nearly every other elected official were it applied as the law of the land.

Want to Be On The Front Lines for 2016 and Beyond?

Altering American history by raising $7 billion for conservative and Christian organizations, direct marketing legend Richard Viguerie and his companies of world-class marketers are calling all conservative marketing professionals to join the crusade to strengthen the conservative movement.

Firing Back at Toby Keith, Virginian Creates Pro-Gun Biz List

Meredith Somers, The Washington Times

Bryan Crosswhite created 2amendment.org, an online database where gun-rights businesses can register and get stickers for their windows that signal they are friendly to legal gun owners who exercise their right to bear arms.

Keeping Virginia Purple: Who Lost VA?

Betsy Woodruff, National Review Online

After the wrenching losses this year, Republicans are looking for unity in the Old Dominion.

Viguerie Plots Way Forward for Virginia Tea Party

Headlining the 4th annual Tea Party Action Conference, CHQ Chairman Richard A. Viguerie picked-up the conference theme "Changing the Rules of the Game" to exhort the 125+ attendees that “it’s the primaries stupid” and challenge them to take over the Republican Party as the only realistic means of advancing the cause of conservative governance. Watch his speech here.

A Prime Example of Why Conservatives Need to Takeover the GOP

You build a political movement from the bottom to the top and you sell conservative policy from your local jurisdictions right up to the White House. Expecting the top of the ticket to pull in the bottom of the ticket in some sort of coat tail effect is a perennial loser’s approach to politics that dooms the Northern Virginia GOP to failure.

Amnesty-ites Storm Cuccinelli

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

Pro-amnesty activists who promised to use a McAuliffe victory to lobby for comprehensive immigration reform, were removed by police from Cuccinelli’s headquarters demanding amnesty.

How to Stop Obamacare in VA

Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II, National Review

The right way to do it is with a vote for Ken Cuccinelli. He wants to strengthen Virginia’s healthcare system and deliver better care to more by removing the roadblocks put in place by Obamacare.

Farmer Starts Property Rights Revolution

Mark J. Fitzgibbons, American Thinker

For normal Americans, it's "follow the law or face the consequences." It's time to hold bureaucrats to the same standard. Hopefully Boneta Bill 2.0 will be the next of many steps toward stopping the legal loopholes for government, and toward consequences for government bureaucrats who don't play by the rules.