How Ed Gillespie Can Defeat Mark Warner in Virginia’s Senate Race

How Ed Gillespie Can Defeat Mark Warner in Virginia’s Senate Race

September 9, 2014

I offer this analysis under the assumption that Ed Gillespie is not in this senate race just for the Bob Dole of it, as a party loyal slot-filler. I assume that Ed Gillespie 1) actually wants to defeat Sen Mark Warner in November, and 2) believes he has a strategy thanRead More

The Unserious Deep Thoughts of Robert Sarvis, Virginia’s Libertarian Candidate

The Unserious Deep Thoughts of Robert Sarvis, Virginia’s Libertarian Candidate

October 26, 2013

Who’s really funding Robert Sarvis’ campaign?

How The 113th Congress Senate Freshman Class COULD Look

How The 113th Congress Senate Freshman Class COULD Look

March 29, 2012

I put the word “could” in all caps because it is the key word of the title. If the 113th Congress looks like this, then it means that the GOP has a filibuster-proof majority in the US Senate.

By an Angel’s Kiss, SGT Charles C Strong, 28, USMC

By an Angel’s Kiss, SGT Charles C Strong, 28, USMC

September 19, 2014

Kissed by an Angel, Where Violins are the Angels’ Voices, and the Cello Sings Harmony. SGT  Charles C Strong, 28, of Suffolk, VA died 15 September in Herat Province, Afghanistan while conducting combat operations He was of 2nd Marine Special Operations Bn, Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command Rest in Peace, MarineRead More

Reaching Across the Divide on Moral Issues in the GOP

Reaching Across the Divide on Moral Issues in the GOP

September 21, 2014

In Rand Paul’s most recent speech on Saturday, (at the California Republican Convention), he made a pitch for diversity in the GOP. Now, Libertarians, like conservatives, and leftists, have a strong ideological base that cannot be compromised. So, when a politician of the right mentions diversity, I often wonder whatRead More

Changing the culture.  And the election outcomes.  By changing your precinct.

Changing the culture. And the election outcomes. By changing your precinct.

September 13, 2014

Some say we must change our culture if we are to change the outcome of the elections. One way to change the culture is to change it where you live. Each of us lives in a voting precinct. Do you know any of the other Republicans in yours? Do youRead More

Changing the culture.  And the election outcomes.  By changing your precinct.

Changing the culture. And the election outcomes. By changing your precinct.

September 13, 2014

Some say we must change our culture if we are to change the outcome of the elections. One way to change the culture is to change it where you live. Each of us lives in a voting precinct. Do you know any of the other Republicans in yours? Do youRead More