Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Virginia Department of Health's Comment Period on Abortion Clinic Regulation Review Ends Tomorrow

In an effort to help the abortion industry Governor McAulliffe promised to review safety laws on abortion clinics. It seems lots of sanitation and safety regulations drives down abortion profits.

So McAulliffe has instructed the Department of Health to review such regulations and listen to the public.

The comment period ends Thursday evening at 11:59 p.m and we have no time to lose.

Leave your comments right now with the Department of Health, and be sure to forward this email to everyone in your church, and everyone you know >>


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Friday, July 18, 2014

Gov. Jim Gilmore Talks Flight MH17 on CNBC

Yesterday Malaysian Airlines Flint MH17 was blown out of the sky by pro-Russian separatists in Eastern Ukraine, but President Obama could only spare 38 seconds of a political speech in Wilmington, Delaware to discuss this cowardly act while the families of 298 souls grieved for their loved ones.

 



Governor Gilmore took issue with Mr. Obama saying:





“It’s a bit dismissive that President Obama would fly to New York City for a political fundraiser, instead of returning to Washington to keep a close eye on this very volatile situation as it develops.”
 




Amidst all the problems facing and increasingly dangerous world, it's time for President Obama to stop talking and start leading:





“American has got to have an active foreign policy and President Obama must project that he is in control and ready to act as necessary," said Gilmore.

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Where is Warner?

From my friend Garren Shipley, with the RPV:

“As you've undoubtedly heard by now, President Obama is in Northern Virginia today, pushing his plan to fix the Federal Highway Trust Fund.

The Hill
has a solid breakdown of the situation here.

That being said, has anyone seen Mark Warner? Given that Warner votes with Barack Obama 97 percent of the time, it seems odd that he wouldn't have announced an appearance with the President.

Unless Mark Warner is concerned that being seen with Barack Obama might hurt him... but what are the odds of that?”