The Virginia General Assembly & Higher Education

The crisis of higher education is one of the most pressing issues facing America’s younger generations. As society continues to promote the fallacy that “a four-year college is the only pathway to success”, Millennials continue to dig themselves further and further into student loan debt… all for a degree most of them will never get the chance to … Read more…

In Preparation for Lobby Day in Richmond

So much of our polemics depends upon what we wish to see society look like and how we wish to be governed. Too little of our polemics depends upon questions surrounding the nature of Man, the function of economies, the justice and efficiency of laws, and the efficacy and purpose of government itself. We say … Read more…

Baby-Steps Toward Real Republicanism

I was there at the beginning of the TEA Party and I fell in love with the TEA Party. These were grassroots Republicans protesting a Republican House, a Republican Senate, and a Republican President for being fiscally irresponsible during an era of unprecedented partisanship. There have been a great many elections since then; and TEA … Read more…

Delegate Bob Marshall Supports Logic of Gun-Control Activists

Surprise, surprise… Virginia’s very own “Bathroom Bill” has been introduced by none other than, Delegate Bob Marshall. I was hoping that Virginia wouldn’t follow North Carolina’s lead by introducing such useless, ill-conceived and unenforceable legislation, but I suppose some people never learn. HB 1612 Yesterday, when Marshall introduced his “Physical Privacy Act” (HB 1612), which would … Read more…