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Ebola Threatening Virginia, Bloomberg Reports

In an article published this Sunday, Bloomberg reports that Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe has yet to use his executive authority to issue quarantines of passengers traveling from West Africa who could have been exposed to Ebola virus. For casual readers, here are the pertinent facts of the article: “Virginia, New York and New Jersey are among the six states that receive about 70 percent of the incoming travelers from Liberia, Sierra Leone or Guinea.” “Washington Dulles International Airport in northern Virginia is among five…

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Not So Fast Terry

The Breitbart News Network reports that last Thursday, the Virginia House Militia, Police and Public Safety subcommittee successfully halted Governor Terry McAuliffe’s sponsored gun control legislation. During the gubernatorial election last fall, McAuliffe pledged to support “common sense” gun control measures, which resembled the Colorado gun control laws that led to the recall of two state senators. Governor McAuliffe used last year’s naval yard shooting as an opportunity to reinvigorate support for new curbs on the Second Amendment. Nevertheless, the University of…

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Sarvis: A “Libertarian” Liar

In the Real Clear Politics polling average, libertarian candidate Robert Sarvis holds 9.6% of the vote for Virginia’s next governor. His high polling numbers for a third party have baffled libertarians, and not for a good reason: Mr. Sarvis is not a libertarian by any stretch of the imagination. When Ron Paul says it is “insane” to vote for Mr. Sarvis, you know it is bad news. Mr. Paul has no idea how any libertarian could “conceivably vote for someone who would endorse…

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Cuccinelli vs. McAuliffe: Gubernatorial Race Update

The Virginia gubernatorial race remains neck in neck as Terry McAuliffe and Ken Cuccinelli maintain their aggressive campaigns and starkly dissimilar platforms.

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VA Governor Candidate Ken Cuccinelli Opens Top Conservative Conference

The 40th annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) was kicked off this morning by Virginia Attorney General and University of Virginia Alumnus Ken Cuccinelli. The conference is put on by the American Conservative Union and has been a major stop in presidential campaigns as well as a launching point for political initiatives. In Cuccinelli’s opening remarks, the gubernatorial candidate spoke of America’s founding principles, his own personal record, and his vision for Virginia. Quoting the Constitution, Cuccinelli emphasized that “Governments are instituted…

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