By GRAHAM MOOMAW Richmond Times-Dispatch Donald Trump’s presidential campaign fired Corey Stewart from his role as the campaign’s Virginia chairman Monday after Stewart took part in an unauthorized anti-establishment protest outside the Republican National Committee headquarters in Washington. With his removal, Stewart, a 2017 gubernatorial candidate and chairman of the Prince William Board of County […] → Continue Reading Corey Stewart fired
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Our new HQ is now open at 111 Water Street Front Royal! We have plenty of opportunities for volunteers this year with the election. Including phone banking, door knocking, HQ’s and poll workers. We do not have set hours but with the dedicated small staff we have been able to keep it open from 8 […] → Continue Reading WCRC HQ is Now Open! 111 Water Street Front Royal!
Ladies and Gentlemen,I’ve been reading your advice and listening to your concerns. Between now and Election Day, we have one shared goal: stop Hillary Clinton. Which is why I want your hand in crafting an actionable plan to defeat her. Please take the Stop Hillary Survey now. >> We need to challenge Hillary on the […] → Continue Reading Take the Stop Hillary Survey Now!
Protect the People’s House What do regulating puddles, attempting to ban popular ammunition, and making recess appointments have in common? They are all examples of attempts by President Obama to overstep his power and bypass Congress. But these are just a drop in the bucket when it comes to the pattern of overreach […] → Continue Reading Protect the People’s House
House Advances Secret Service Reforms Restoring the trust that the American people must have in the vital tasks the Secret Service carries out every day is critical. The Secret Service has two primary missions: criminal investigations and protection of the President, Vice-President, and other dignitaries. As a result, the agency is entrusted with protecting […] → Continue Reading No Margin for Error
Reining in Red Tape It should be common sense. The more federal regulations that put the squeeze on small businesses and job creators, the greater the negative impact is on economies throughout the nation. Nevertheless, the regulations and red tape continue to stream down from the federal government. Under the Obama Administration, on […] → Continue Reading Reining in Red Tape
Good Deal for Iran, Bad Deal for America In 1994, President Bill Clinton announced a deal with North Korea aimed at curbing their nuclear ambitions. North Korea was to freeze and dismantle their nuclear program, but they were caught cheating and the deal fell apart leaving a nuclear-capable North Korea in its wake. We […] → Continue Reading Bad Deal
Goodlatte Announces House Judiciary Committee Investigation into Horrific Abortion Practices WASHINGTON, D.C.— House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) today announced a Committee investigation into allegations that Planned Parenthood abortion doctors altered abortion procedures in order to harvest the organs and body parts of aborted children for money. The Committee’s investigation will focus […] → Continue Reading Quick Update
Immigration Subcommittee to Examine Dangerous Sanctuary City Policies Washington, D.C. – On Thursday, July 23, 2015 at 10:00 a.m., the House Judiciary Committee’s Immigration and Border Security Subcommittee will hold a hearing titled “Sanctuary Cities: A Threat to Public Safety.” The hearing will examine dangerous policies adopted by some state and local governments that refuse […] → Continue Reading Dangerous Sanctuary Cities Policies