George Allen Endorses Suzanne Obenshain

Republican heavyweight, former Governor George Allen, has endorsed Suzanne Obenshain in her bid for National Committeewoman. This endorsement adds to a running list of notable endorsements for Obenshain, who will face off against Cynthia Dunbar this weekend at the RPV State Convention. Read Governor Allen’s endorsement below: “I am proud to strongly endorse a proven … Read more…

Fmr. Democrat Millennial Brings Hope to the GOP

Earlier this evening, Erich Reimer, a law student at the University of Virginia, sent out an email to state convention delegates regarding his candidacy for RPV Elector At-Large. Over the years, I have received hundreds of similar emails from conservative candidates asking for support. But this email was different and encouraging on so many levels. … Read more…

Bathroom Control = Gun Control

We have real issues in our country. America is $19.2 trillion in debt. 47 million Americans are trapped in poverty, including over 20% of black and Hispanic Americans. A whopping 35.4% of the population relies on welfare. Thousands of Americans remain under- or unemployed. 40 million Americans owe $1.25 trillion in outstanding student loan debt. … Read more…

8th District SCC Candidate Criticizes Millennial Participation… & Everybody Else

It was almost painful to read Robert Kenyon’s post on the Bull Elephant yesterday. Kenyon is a candidate RPV’s State Central Committee in Virginia’s 8th Congressional District. Apparently one of his opponents spoke to the Arlington County Republican Committee this week and he took issue with some statements she made. So what does he do? He … Read more…

Minimum Wage: Curing Poverty with Band-Aids?

For the most part, Republicans have largely remained silent on the issue of minimum wage. I can’t understand why. As a party, we declare ourselves to be pro-family and pro-small business. We criticize the failed welfare state. We support transparency in government. But what does any of this have to do with minimum wage? Everything. By owning … Read more…

E.W. Jackson Supports Cynthia Dunbar’s Fight Against Free Speech

On April 15th, public school students across the country exercised their free speech rights and participated in a moment of silence in support of fellow students and their personal convictions. We all know that the U.S. Constitution guarantees citizens the right to demonstrate as a form of free speech and freedom of religion. It is … Read more…