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For the moment, our lives, liberty and property are safe. The General Assembly has adjourned. What did it accomplish? Moonhowlings has a post, State Budget Highlights. Because Moonhowler left the Richmond Times-Dispatch’s links up (AT A GLANCE: Budget highlights), the links … Continue reading
This begins part one of a two-part series. Usually we advised against making generalizations. However, the error is to make a hasty generalization. We must make some generalizations. The Richmonder It has been awhile, but I decided to visit The Richmonder yesterday. As usual, J.C. Wilmore … Continue reading
Good Fences Make Good Neighbors Here is a list of names, all members of the same subcommittee in the Virginia Senate. Sen. John Edwards, D-Roanoke (who chairs the panel) Sen. Richard Saslaw, D-Springfield Sen. Frederick Quayle, R-Suffolk Sen. Louise … Continue reading
Isn’t that the basic argument for theft and the enslavement of others? Some people deserve freedom of speech. They expect others to fund their freedom of speech. Some people deserve a good education. They expect others to pay for their education. Some people deserve — have … Continue reading
No man’s life, liberty, or property are safe while the legislature is in session. — Gideon J. Tucker It should be over, but they are still at. Our life, liberty and property remain unsafe. Here is what Senator Mark Obenshain has to … Continue reading