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Rand Paul Want to Give the Liberals an Obamacare Replacement Target to Attack

Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals states: “Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.” Cut off the support network and isolate the target from sympathy. Go after people and not institutions; people hurt faster than institutions. Right now, the most important thing is to rip this horrendous law right out of the books. […]

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Circuit Court Judge Jeffrey Parker (Fauquier) Should NOT be Reappointed to the Bench

Virginia Right! joins a chorus of others in urging the Virginia Legislature to deny reappointment of Circuit Court Judge Jeffrey Parker to the bench in Fauquier or anywhere else. Judge Parker has been such a poor judge that some citizens are even calling for his impeachment. CFact notes: In accordance with Virginia law, the Executive […]

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Deplorables vs Ruling Class

“The leading edge of this revolt was the prevalent disgust with the up-side-down world that has been created by the ruling class, who themselves never have to live with the real-life consequences of that world.” Within just weeks of Donald J. Trump’s inauguration as the 45th President of the United States, there are still two […]

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By Their Own Admission

  A story in the Richmond Times Dispatch November 14, 2016 prompted by a report of the Joint Legislative Audit & Review Commission ( JLARC) warrants taxpayers attention. It has long been alleged that the 20 year old legislation to create an ever expanding array of Economic Development agencies has been riddled with example after […]

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By Their Own Admission

January 5, 2017

  A story in the Richmond Times Dispatch November 14, 2016 prompted by a report of the Joint Legislative Audit & Review Commission ( JLARC) warrants taxpayers attention. It has long been alleged that the 20 year old legislation to create an ever expanding array of Economic Development agencies has been riddled with example after […]

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My Unbiased Opinion on the Vogel – Reeves Email Scandal

January 3, 2017

I am not supporting any State Senators in the Lt. Governor’s race this year. Neither Jill Vogel nor Bryce Reeves will see my endorsement for two reasons. First, neither has impressed me with their voting records. But the biggest reason by far is the balance of power in the State Senate. Vogel’s seat may be […]

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Let’s Not Lose the 22nd Senate Seat!

January 1, 2017

While I am discussing senate seats, now I can discuss the OTHER special state senate election:  The now Congressman-elect Tom Garrett’s former seat and there is a real problem:  The Democrat could win.  That would change control of the senate.  Here’s why (and a hat tip to this public radio post that alerted me to […]

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My Advice to the TRUMP (and Other) Voters in the Ninth Senate District – Vote Corey!

January 1, 2017

First my disclaimer:  Yes I am helping the Fauconier campaign.  It is a breath of fresh air for the district and the Commonwealth.  But I am just helping.  This is just me the blogger talking. But for Trump voters – 2016 was a great year!  We won!  (Except in the Commonwealth where we should have […]

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The Washington Post Owes Me an Apology. I Correctly Called the Poll Bias While They Scoffed

December 31, 2016

A couple of weeks before the election this past November, the Washington Post ran a column written by Catherine Rampell ironically titled “When the facts don’t matter, how can democracy survive?“ And in her column Rampell went on a rant against those of us who insist on accuracy in numbers. Government numbers and especially polling […]

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Why Party Registration in Virginia is a Horrible Idea (or The Swamp Fights Back!)

December 30, 2016

Here they go again. Republicans just keep earning the nickname “The Stupid Party” year after year. And make no mistake, the push for party registration is a flat out GOP Establishment (GOPe) scheme to exert more control over the election process. But this year, State Senator Mark Obenshain is counting on the bitter Cruz Clingers […]

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The Interview with Libertarian State Senate Candidate Corey Fauconier

December 26, 2016

Here it is (as promised – blogger’s note that all titles and organizations cited are for ID purposes and not meant to be any sort of endorsement of any candidate or this blog): Q.  Tell us a bit about you I am a native of Cambria Heights, Queens, New York who currently resides in the […]

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The Second Best Christmas Present for the World: 25 Years Ago the Soviet Union Dissolved!

December 25, 2016

I almost missed it!  I must be losing my marbles one by one (if you find a marble near a place I frequent please return it to me!  🙂  ) but it was 25 years ago – December 25, 1991, that Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev announced to the world that effective January 1, 1992, the […]

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Sandy Should Be Able to Have an Interview with Libertarian State Senate Candidate Corey Fauconier

December 22, 2016

I expect that in the next day or so I’ll have an interview with the new Libertarian state senate candidate Corey Fauconier. Fauconier seems to have taken the Virginia political world by surprise and perhaps by storm.  Here is the article in the Bull Elephant by Steven Brodie Tucker, former blogger here at VR.  I […]

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Did Russia Influence America’s Election? Didn’t Obama Try to Influence Brexit and Israel?

December 20, 2016

There is no proof that Russia had anything to do with hacking the Democrat’s emails. Yet the Democrats are asserting over and over that Putin was to blame for Hillary’s loss. The NY Times reported: WASHINGTON — President Obama said on Thursday that the United States would retaliate for Russia’s efforts to influence the presidential […]

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What’s the Difference Between “Fake News,” Opinion and Spin?

December 20, 2016

So what is the difference between “Fake News,” opinion and spin? When you ponder that thought a while, the first thing that pops out at you is the term “Fake News.” The take away the left wants you to believe is that Fake is the same as False. So why not use the term “False […]

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Two Victory Laps: Trump Wins Electoral Vote and Ron Paul Gets One EV from Texas!

December 19, 2016

We needed two victory laps today:  One for the REAL election – the vote of the electors in the various states to elect Donald J. Trump and Mike Pence President and Vice President of the United States. But more interesting to me is the one vote an unknown Texas elector voted – casting his or […]

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My Thoughts on the Virginia Trump Team Infighting and the 2017 Gubernatorial Race

December 19, 2016

I have been rather quiet of late, since Thanksgiving anyway. I had eye surgery the Monday after Thanksgiving which went quite well and have been taking a bit of a sanity break from politics the past couple weeks. Sometimes you just have to take a break to prevent burnout. It has been quite an eventful […]

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Term Limits, Initiative and Referendum and Better Ballot Access (and Statewide Indigent Defense) Ought to be in the Debate!

December 10, 2016

I have written on this and maybe the Huffman Advance got me excited about issues again but let me add three more planks for a great platform:  Term limits:  We need some variation of the constitutional amendment Delegate Sam Rasoul introduced last year (HJ18) that limits terms to 12 years.  It ought to be 8 […]

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How the GOP Could Maybe WIN NOVA – Divorce Law Reform!

December 10, 2016

Another 1989 platform item for Sanders for Delegate, besides cut the car tax, substantially abolish parole and reform sovereign immunity, was divorce law reform. I described the divorce law as a “gigantic wheel” that rolls over the economically challenged partner and also children, too.  (The young women cheered loudly for the single hopeful at the […]

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Reform of Sovereign Immunity is Needed NOW for Virginia!

December 10, 2016

When I ran for delegate in 1989 (the story is here, here and here) I spoke to a reporter about sovereign immunity and said it ought to be reformed or maybe abolished.  I cited a recent murder of a shopkeeper’s wife and employee who was killed by an escaped convict who was placed on a […]

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Was that Sandy the Blogger at the Huffman Advance Friday Night?

December 10, 2016

Yes it was!  Sandy roamed around a bit – with media credentials – I had to convince people I was not the evil fake news mogul called the Main Stream Media!  Was seen at the Corey Stewart and Jill Vogel (and briefly Bryce Reeves’ hospitality suite) noshing on the food (but not the booze!) and […]

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Flag of Liberty Unfurled in the River City! Fauconier Makes Ballot as Libertarian!

December 7, 2016

My good acquaintance Corey Fauconier garnered about 400 signatures and has filed to be the Libertarian Party candidate for the Ninth District Senate race.  Corey will face Democrat Del. Jennifer McClellan (here is her website) for the January 10, 2017 special election. Here is the story at the Times-Dispatch and here is a blurb: Libertarian […]

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Iowa Libertarian Party gets Major Party Status with ONLY TWO Percent of the Presidential Vote; in VA a party needs TEN Percent!

December 6, 2016

Hat tip to Bleeding Heartland: Record-breaking showing gives Libertarians political party status in Iowa Former NM Governor Gary Johnson got almost 4 percent of the vote in Iowa (and Trump still won) and the result was favorable: Unofficial results from Tuesday’s election show Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson received 58,796 votes in Iowa, about 3.8 […]

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Tom White Says:

Nothing is more conservative than a republican wanting to get their majority back. And nothing is more liberal than a republican WITH a majority.

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