... you believe that government should stop at your door. Here's what the Republican Liberty Caucus says: The RLC supports a strict construction of the Bill of Rights as a defense against tyranny, the expansion of those rights to all voluntary consensual conduct under the Ninth and Tenth Amendments, and the requirements of equal protection … Continue reading Reason #7: Vote NO if…
I attended a rally for Kellam this afternoon. In attendance but not speaking were State Senator Yvonne Miller, and Delegates Lionell Spruill, Jeion Ward, Algie Howell and Paula Miller. Kicking off the speeches was House Minority Leader Delegate Frank Hall. Next up was former Congressman Owen Pickett. Pickett represented the 2nd CD for 14 years … Continue reading Kellam rally in Norfolk
Cory Capron has written a thoughtful piece on bigotry and polygamy. It is well worth the read. After last night's "debate" between supporters and opponents of the amendment, I'd like to focus on just one word: bigot bigot One entry found for bigot. Main Entry: big·ot Pronunciation: 'bi-g&t Function: noun Etymology: French, hypocrite, bigot : … Continue reading Bigotry
Wow. Seems that everybody is releasing polls! The Zogby Wall Street Journal poll shows Webb 51%, Allen 47%. The margin of error is +/-3.1%. Rasmussen has it Webb 51%, Allen 46%. Has the attack on Webb's writings backfired? I listened to a bit of Tony Macrini's show this morning and if those callers were any … Continue reading Polls, polls and more polls
...you are a business owner who is concerned that you will not be able to attract the best and brightest employees because you may not be able to offer domestic partner benefits and companies located in other states will.
By now, many have had the chance to listen to the Bearing Drift podcast that I participated in last night. For those who haven't, allow me to summarize my choices and my thoughts on them. I will do them in the same order as they appear on the podcast. Ballot issue #2 Shall Section 14 … Continue reading How I am voting
I'm a bit under today with another tax filing deadline, but I wanted to make sure that you guys had a chance to read some of the other Vote NO stuff floating around today. Rev. Dr. Dwight Jones via Blogging the Amendment Bob Gibson via Waldo Jaquith The Galax Gazette via Twin County Combustion David … Continue reading More good news on Voting NO
This comment was posted on my Voting No page earlier today: umm, i know my comment will be deleted, but here is the point, you are only allowing one argument, is this for posterities sake??? to make yourself feel good??? bias is one thing, but to blatently say i will delete your comment for disagreeing … Continue reading About my Voting NO page
The front page of today's Virginian-Pilot features an article on blogger Kenton Ngo, of 750 Volts. The reporter, Mike Gruss, was one of those at the Drake/Allen rally yesterday that I had a chance to chat with. He mentioned that he was quite impressed with Kenton. Also quoted in the article are Ben Tribbett of … Continue reading Go, Kenton!
Head over to Bearing Drift and listen to the latest podcast of Jim, Squeaky and me in which we talk about our picks for the Senate, 2nd Congressional, and the three amendments. I'll get up a post a bit later, elaborating on my choices.