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Last Friday, Delegate Rob Bell put out an email describing Virginia’s Attorney General’s , Mark Herring, attempts to thwart Virginia’s attempt to enforce voter ID. What is voter ID? How we vote is a secret. How many times we vote is … Continue reading
In Part 2 of this series, we considered the consequences of not fearing God. Until we learn to fear God, we risk living in a bit of Hell. In this post, we will consider our electoral choices. To Fear God … Continue reading
Some years back I started getting emails from Democrat political organizations. Why me? I guess Democrats think it is funny to send their campaign messages to a Conservative Republican, but I don’t mind. We need to understand why people do … Continue reading
Bill Card is the Chairman of the Prince William County Republican Committee. So where he is coming from is no secret. Nonetheless, he is clearly proud of the GOP ticket. Read this email he just sent out to party members … Continue reading
It sounds absurd. We have candidates for public office in the United States pledging to prevent the impoverishment of our people by our own government? Here Senator Mark Obenshain explains. For Immediate Release September 20, 2013 Contact: Paul Logan Phone: 804.573.9638 Email: … Continue reading
Human trafficking? What’s that? It is a euphemism. Here Senator Mark Obenshain explains. Human slavery hasn’t gone away. Across the globe, tens of millions of people—mostly children—are enslaved. And this horror is not confined to far away places: by most estimates, as many … Continue reading