This is far from the beginning of the end. For Mark Obenshain, Virginia’s next governor, attorney general, or whatever he decides to run for in the coming years, this is simply the end of the beginning.
After 34 years in Congress, Frank Wolf announced Tuesday that he wouldn’t seek reelection in 2014.
The choice should be clear: there is only one candidate for governor whose policies will improve the lives of Virginia’s students and whose public advocacy is driven by genuine compassion for those whom he serves.
I hope you’ll join CRFV next weekend to knock doors for Cuccinelli’s ticket and Delegate Barbara Comstock. Because never has there been an election with more of your future and take home pay at stake.
Deborah Birch, Hollins University With the government shutdown upon us, you have undoubtedly heard a lot of talk about how this is a result of the Republicans in the House […]
Three College Republicans take a look at a few of the more contested House of Delegate races this elections season – and why they’re confident the Republicans will prevail.
Deborah Birch, Hollins University Another month has come and gone and another dismal jobs report has been released. The trend of cautious job hiring continued during the month of May […]
Some members of CRFV leadership congratulate Michael Cogar on his election. Kate Gaziano, Deputy Communications Director This past weekend, College Republicans from across the country gathered in D.C. for the […]
Deborah Birch, Hollins University With the Virginia state elections fast approaching, Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli’s gubernatorial bid has been receiving much criticism, primarily from the left led by Cuccinelli’s opponent, […]
“The College Republican Federation of Virginia (CRFV) Executive Board is proud to announce their full endorsement of the Revolutionize CRNC ticket. All five of Virginia’s delegates to the College Republican […]
Combined with Jackson’s running mates Ken Cuccinelli and Mark Obenshain, the GOP will sweep in November and bring real change to Virginia.
With your help, Mark will be victorious in November.
Associate writer David Branton calls for College Republicans to stay faithful to Bolling.
It’s going to be a long, hard fight, but Republicans can, and will, win young voters again. This is how.
Bolling was once a highly respected leader in Virginia’s Republican Party. And it’s not too late for Bolling to come back to the party that he has, in the past, served so well.
Josh Humphries, JMU Much of the United States budget is spent on the Entitlement system, and in order to fully understand this system, we must understand the history of entitlements. […]
This race will come down to you, your efforts and your ferventness. Find the office nearest you and do your part to make Virginia red again!
One of CRFV’s blog editors writes on the lighter side of politics and why media reporting might be looking up.
America is the only world power in the history of mankind with a foreign policy based on the spread of freedom rather than the spoils of empire.
Debt forgiveness would not only be a further drain on our already heavily indebted country and a driver of moral hazard, but it would also be an insult to my work ethic, and to the decisions made by the many responsible students like me, who take their education, and their debts, seriously.
Wes Fisher, 2nd-Vice Chair, JMU College Republicans Republican influence in the Commonwealth is on life support. We currently have two democratic U.S. Senators and have gone blue in the last […]
It appears that McAuliffe took a lesson from Hillary Clinton, find a state, any state, and run for office there. But if Virginians want to elect a fellow Virginia who understands their problems and needs, McAuliffe isn’t their candidate.
Wesley Morgan, Associate Writer Virginia Tech Demands that we must not “politicize tragedies” are practically cliches at this point. Yet in the wake of the bombings that occurred at the […]
“Boston is a tough and resilient town. So are its people. I’m supremely confident that Bostonians will pull together, take care of each other, and move forward as one proud city.”
Unless you’ve been paying attention to right-leaning news sources, odds are good you haven’t heard about the Dr. Kermit Gosnell’s “House of Horrors” trial. That’s not your fault.
As an American I have personal freedom. I have the right to choose.
“If a baby is born on a table as a result of a botched abortion, what would Planned Parenthood want to have happen to that child that is struggling for life?” – Rep, Jim Boyd (R) The lobbyist, Alisa LaPolt Snow, replied: “We believe that any decision that’s made should be left up to the woman, her family, and the physician.”
What happens when a career criminal makes off with the very voice of democracy?
I’m talking, of course, about the president’s teleprompter.
please continue scrolling down for the counterpoint Point: “All Men Created Equal” – Why the GOP Should Support Gay Marriage Katelyn Forbish, Associate Writer Virginia Tech If you have been […]
Video: Sen. Paul Speaks at Howard University- 4/10/2013 Rand Paul Reaches out to Howard after 4 year GOP drought Wesley Morgan, Associate Writer Virginia Tech “I came to Howard today […]
David A. Branton, Associate Writer College of William and Mary “If you just set out to be liked, you will be prepared to compromise on anything at anytime, and would achieve […]
Julius Lacano, Associate Writer Old Dominion University Another month and another disappointing job report. The March job report, released by the Department of Labor on Friday, documented a gain of […]
Aurelian Braun, CRFV Secretary The problem with solar energy goes far beyond the failure of companies like Solyndra. Never mind the waste of over $500 million in taxpayer dollars the […]
Peter A. Finocchio, Communications Director Yesterday marked Edmund Burke’s 284th birthday. Regrettably it passed by as any ordinary day for most people, as unlike George Washington or Abraham Lincoln, there […]
Please join us February 22 and February 23 for the First Annual Chairman’s Dinner and State-Wide Convention. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact 2nd Vice […]
But as I like to say ‘the party never ends in Virginia,’ and every year is election year. So lets nurse our wounds for a few weeks and get back out there.
Ken Cuccinelli has a lifetime record of standing up for women, children, and the vulnerable. That’s one of many reasons I’ll be voting for him this November.
Josh Humphries, JMU The Fourth of July has a myriad of different connotations to millions of Americans, such as, parades, fireworks, pool parties and barbeque. However, while we do enjoy these […]