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Growth Opportunity in the Commonwealth

Growth Opportunity in the Commonwealth

Last year, Virginia job creation performance was one of the worst in the nation, falling in the ranking of states to 48th.  In the last two years, our state has…

Independent Audits of the VA Are Necessary for Real Reform

Independent Audits of the VA Are Necessary for Real Reform

A little over a year ago, we learned of the unacceptable actions by employees at the Department of Veterans Affairs around the nation that resulted in tragic outcomes for those…

God Is Looking for Intercessors

God Is Looking for Intercessors

Then the Lord said, “I have seen how stubborn and rebellious these people are. Now leave me alone so my fierce anger can blaze against them, and I will destroy…

Words That Affect You

Words That Affect You

Prior to this, I wrote of the many, many federal regulations that this administration has heaped on Americans and American businesses by the Environmental Protection Agency alone.  Many may ask…

Sanctuary Cities Violate the Law and Endanger Public Safety

Sanctuary Cities Violate the Law and Endanger Public Safety

Immigrants who have come to America over the last two centuries refresh, enrich, and restore the promise of American liberty.  The ‎many immigrants who have traversed the path to becoming American…

Vets on a Roll to the Lake

Vets on a Roll to the Lake

Last Wednesday, some of our communities came together in service to those military veterans who are disabled.  I was able to join a dedicated group of folks for the ribbon…

Five Years Later: Dodd-Frank Continues to Harm Our Communities

Five Years Later:  Dodd-Frank Continues to Harm Our Communities

 Five years ago, the President signed the Dodd-Frank Act into law, touting that it would stabilize our economy and hold accountable those responsible for the financial crisis of 2008.  This…

How Much is Too Much?

How Much is Too Much?

In the Richmond Times Dispatch, a letter writer expressed his concern that some in the business world were making way too much money.  He concluded that they should be compensated…

The Threat of a Nuclear Iran Persists

The Threat of a Nuclear Iran Persists

The long-running nuclear negotiations with Iran and the United States, China, France, Germany, Russia, and the United Kingdom have been extended multiple times since missing a June 30 deadline, but…

Too Big to Fail – Again

Too Big to Fail – Again

We never seem to learn!  Seven years ago it was deemed by those in Washington that the largest banks in the country were simply too large to fail.  For this…