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What is a “power play”? There are several definitions (see power play), but the third applies here. power play noun an action, stratagem, or maneuver, as in politics or business, by which power is concentrated or manipulated in order to … Continue reading
Delegate Bob Marshall sent out this email a couple of days ago. What is he talking about? Here are several news articles describing the issue. Virginia Same-Sex Marriage Ban Rejected by Appeals Court (online.wsj.com) Virginia same-sex marriage ruling reverberates in North Carolina (www.washingtonpost.com) Appeals court strikes … Continue reading
Have you been reading stories like this? (H/T to Gunny G, Obama Readies Pen For “Executive Amnesty” …) Obama Eyes Major Immigration Move (time.com) The President may be preparing to provide temporary legal status to millions of undocumented immigrants When President Obama issues … Continue reading
Delegate Bob Marshall sent out email today. He announced an Op-Ed posted in the Richmond Times-Dispatch on Friday, July 4, 2014. Of course, that was a holiday, and almost nobody read the newspaper that day. I wonder if the paper decided to bury … Continue reading
It is amazing the way some politicians seek to deceive. Consider how this Times Dispatch article begins. Gov. Terry McAuliffe will try to bypass the General Assembly to expand health coverage for hundreds of thousands of uninsured Virginians, while attempting … Continue reading