Vote, In Numbers Too Great to Ignore!

Today, I spent some time with Esther and Alan, laid-off workers from southwestern Virginia’s coal mining country. These Virginians, and many of their fellow miners, drove six hours to spend as long knocking doors in Henrico County. They not only know what’s at stake Tuesday… they live it. Esther and Alan are among 1,800 miners [...]

By |2012-11-04T21:09:44-05:00November 4th, 2012|Elections, Featured Categories, Politics|0 Comments

Be sure that nothing keeps you from voting in this vital election!

As you know, Virginia does not have early voting, but it does have Absentee Ballot voting, which began on September 22nd and ends for in-person voting on November 3rd.  To vote absentee, the reason for your not being able to vote in person on November 6th must be one of the reasons listed on the Absentee Ballot - and there are lots [...]

By |2012-09-30T21:06:23-04:00September 29th, 2012|Elections, Featured Categories|1 Comment

Let’s Get Christians Registered to Vote for Small Government

Did you know that of the 60 million committed Christians in America only 30 million vote in any given election? That’s sad. And it must change. Christians largely support small government, yet far too many of them remain on the sidelines as their government grows bigger, infringing on more and more of their religious liberties. [...]

By |2012-09-01T09:29:43-04:00September 1st, 2012|Elections, Featured Categories|3 Comments

Limits on Eminent Domain Up For Vote

Virginia’s General Assembly has directed that a measure be placed on the ballot this November asking citizens to vote on an amendment to the commonwealth’s constitution that will firmly establish private property rights. For most of U.S. history, people had assumed that the right to their property was sacred and government could take it from [...]

By |2012-07-11T10:41:07-04:00July 11th, 2012|Featured Categories, Government|0 Comments

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