Monthly Archives: August 2011

A PROBLEM ONLY YOU CAN SOLVE

Do you want to elect Conservatives to public office? Then consider what you must do. You must participate in the process. As you know, my 2010 “Health Care Freedom Act,” gave Virginia’s Attorney General standing to sue the Obama Administration … Continue reading

Posted in candidate support, Delegate Bob Marshall

Back to School Edition (via PWC Education Reform Blog)

Winter coats are in the stores, the lights are on at the high school late into the night, in one week we’ve had a hurricane, tornado and an earthquake, and my kids are trying to kill one another. It must … Continue reading

Posted in schools, Uncategorized | Tagged

PUTTING THE PIECES OF THE UNRAVELING TOGETHER — PART 2

In Part 1 of this series, we talked about Money and Politics, pointing out that we are being fools. We our let politicians buy our votes with “other people’s money”. In this post we address a more serious problem. An … Continue reading

Posted in religion, unraveling | 25 Comments

TIME TO REGROUP AND PREPARE FOR NOVEMBER

Last Tuesday we had primary elections. This evening the Prince William Republican Committee met and chose which candidates it will endorse for the School Board. Two of the endorsements were contested. The committee endorsed the following incumbents, and no one contested that … Continue reading

Posted in PWC Republican Committee Meetings, Republican Party, schools | 1 Comment

OBENSHAIN ON BACK TO COLLEGE AND OUR NEW NOMINEES

In his latest Obenshain Report,  Senator Mark Obenshain talks about keeping the cost of college down. In addition, with respect to the state Senate races, he assesses the result of the Republican primary elections. College gets more expensive every year, and Virginia’s … Continue reading

Posted in candidate support, Legislative Updates, Republican Party, schools, Senator Mark Obenshain