Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin offered his vision of Republican governing values at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation & Institute in Simi Valley, California. “We can be the party of education; we can be the party of safe communities; we can be the party of jobs and economic prosperity; we can be the party of unbridled opportunity,” Governor Youngkin said. “We are the party of common sense.”
Having just returned from his trade mission to Asia, Governor Youngkin stressed the need to stand with our allies and attain economic independence from Communist China.
Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin announced his latest appointments to positions in his administration and on state advisory boards Friday. “I am confident that with their help we will be able to strengthen the spirit of Virginia and accomplish great things for our Commonwealth,” Youngkin said.
Among the names was Fairfax County resident Srilekha Palle, a healthcare leader and NOVA director for Rally Virginia. In 2019, Palle was the Fairfax GOP’s nominee for Sully District Supervisor. “I am immensely grateful to Governor Youngkin,” Palle said.
Given the media’s obsession with the recent election for Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, I was asked if “we” should be concerned. As I thought about how best to address this, my focus stayed on the process and less on personalities and individual motivations. In doing so, it became evident that what was happening was a good thing for America and we are all better off for it.
We have not had normal order in the House since President Barack Obama’s first term and, now Speaker, Kevin McCarthy has been a member of House Republican caucus leadership since 2009. For more than 13 years, the American people have suffered a mind-numbing succession of continuing resolutions and massive omnibus bills.
On Wednesday, Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin delivered his State of the Commonwealth address, in which he outlined his robust agenda for education reform, public safety and economic growth. His prepared remarks follow:
Mr. Speaker, Lt. Governor Earle-Sears, Attorney General Miyares, Chief Justice Goodwyn, President Lucas, members of the General Assembly, members of the Cabinet and my fellow Virginians, I’m honored to be with you again in the storied halls of Mr. Jefferson’s Capitol.
The first version of Virginia’s constitution was written in 1776, in the first Spring of the American Revolution.
Americans watching in shock, disbelief, and anger as mobs tear down statues, vandalize other property, and attack police officers now have an outlet to express pride in being part of our nation.
The Heritage Foundation and its lobbying arm, Heritage Action for America, are urging supporters and allies to record and submit short videos on why they are proud to be Americans.
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Trump Retweets Stewart 3 Times in 2 Days
Woodbridge, VA – President Donald Trump has retweeted Republican U.S. Senate nominee Corey Stewart three times in two days.
On Sunday, President Trump twice retweeted Stewart:
On Saturday, President Trump retweeted Stewart’s call for a federal worker pay increase.
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There is no question that Fairfax County has joined the questionable likes of San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York City, Chicago, Seattle, and so many more Democrat strongholds that believe illegal aliens should be protected from deportation. In Fairfax County, Sheriff Stacey Kincaid runs our jail and won’t even hold criminal illegal aliens who are about to be released for retrieval by ICE Agents unless there is a court order to do so. Clearly, she is more interested in illegal alien criminals’ interests than in public safety. The essay below was printed in the Bull Elephant in February and set a record for “Likes” not because readers like living in a sanctuary county but because the issue is of grave importance to citizens who value their and their families’ safety. The essay is being reprinted with the permission of The Bull Elephant.
In previous posts, I have written about how Fairfax County went from partnering with the federal government in enforcing immigration law to a renegade jurisdiction that refuses to protect its citizens from crimes committed by illegal aliens.
Fairfax County Sheriff Stacey Kincaid has just informed U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement that while her department will still share information on people booked into jail with ICE, as of May 23, 2018 it will no longer hold inmates past their regular release date/time. What this means is that …