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Tag Archives: Delegate Bob Marshall
On the 17th of October I posted a suggestion by Senator Dick Black, Delegate Mark Berg, MD, and Delegate Bob Marshall (HAVE OUR STATE GOVERNMENTS BECOME WIMPY?). Black, Berg, and Marshall urged Virginia’s governor, Governor Terry McAuliffe, to implement “travel bans similar to … Continue reading
These days I am not very excited about politics. I still see the issues as extremely important, but I don’t have any genuine Conservatives running locally that I can support. I still support the Republican Party, but the Republican Party … Continue reading
Here is an email sent out yesterday. So in one sense it is old news, but the analysis remains timely. Since Delegate Bob Marshall usually doesn’t get into this sort of subject, I at first thought it surprising. However, I think the … Continue reading
We live in desperate times. We live in a time of great opportunities. Our world is out of control. We have never had more knowledge or better tools for bringing it under control. We have never had more laws, more regulations, more … 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