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FACT BASED VOTING: WHAT SHOULD YOU VOTE FOR? HOW ABOUT THE CONSTITUTIONS OF VIRGINIA AND THE UNITED STATES?
Every citizen of Virginia is subject to two constitutions, the Constitution of Virginia and The United States Constitution. The people who wrote these constitutions designed these documents to protect our rights. How do they work? Each constitution states the powers of our leaders. … Continue reading
The Simple Straightforward Reason To Vote For Keith S. Fimian Keith S. Fimian has put out a simple, straighforward explanation as to why we should vote for him. Voting for his opponent, Congressman Gerald E. Connolly (D), means higher taxes, more spending, and less … Continue reading
The Declaration of Independence plainly states the reason the member states of Continental Congress joined in rebellion against the Kingdom of Great Britain. The history of the present King of Great Britain [George III] is a history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having in … Continue reading
An economist I am not. Nonetheless, I have done what anyone can do; I have studied the matter. What I have learned suggests trouble looms ahead. What is the latest sign? China is getting greedy. A couple of years ago I … Continue reading
Del. Bob Marshall provided an interesting article to the Richmond-Times Dispatch on the 17th of October. Here is how it begins. The proposed “Repeal” Constitutional Amendment endorsed by some Tea Party leaders provides that “any provision of law or regulation of … Continue reading
When politicians run for office, most of them make promises. They promise what THEY THINK you should want. Are they right? What should you be voting for? When we vote, what we are doing is choosing the people who will … Continue reading