Tag Archives: Bill of Rights

More Town Hall fun

The Fairfax Times now has a report on the NoVA Town Hall with Attorney General McDonnell, in addition to one in the Observer. Neither report includes any part of the Q&A session about the Marshall/Newman amendment. Both reporters simply echo … Continue reading

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Defending Virginia’s Declaration of Rights

Richmond Times-Dispatch August 7, 2006 By Linda Monk A Higher Standard: On Defending Virginia’s Declaration of Rights Virginia has a unique constitutional heritage — one that it is now proposing to abandon. On June 12, 1776, the newly independent state … Continue reading

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Three questions at NoVA Town Hall

The NoVA Town Hall meeting featuring Attorney General Bob McDonnell drew over 100 attendees last night, an impressive feat in August by any standard. The AG spoke on two allegedly “hot” controversial topics, the Marshall-Newman amendment and immigration policy. I … Continue reading

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A manufactured “train wreck”

Update: To illustrate the coordination of this article with other elements of the AGI, this action alert about the federal “marriage amendment” was sent out this morning by the “American Family Association”: “Once homosexual marriage is legal, our religious liberties … Continue reading

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