McAuliffe continues to advance a false account of his last term as governor. The facts about the budget deficit during his term tell a different story than what he’s telling… https://www.politifact.com/…/mcauliffe-keeps-repeating…/
What does the Left mean when they use social justice terminology? Below is a chart to help citizens interpret the true meaning of the left’s rhetoric. DOWNLOAD
Thanks to Supervisor Vega for flagging this update on the county budget. On April 27th, the Prince William Board of County Supervisors passed their $1.34 billion FY2022 budget, which included a $62.8 million dollar spending increase over last year and Continue reading New County Budget – Higher Taxes and Spending
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 2, 2021 Delegate Todd Gilbert, House Minority Leader Loudoun County Superintendent Accidentally Cops To Critical Race Theory Push — Do House Democrats Support It? — In a failed attempt to quell the growing national backlash against the Continue reading Loudoun County School Superintendent Admits to Critical Race Theory Push in Loudoun County Schools
Thanks to the Suburban Virginia GOP for compiling the latest information about the VCEA. Some highlights: VCEA requires building solar panel fields equal to: 490 square miles 237,000 football fields 20 times size of Manhattan Other States have similar goals, Continue reading The Truth About the Virginia Clean Economy Act
Thanks to the Suburban Virginia Republican Coalition for some straight talk about the Virginia Clean Economy Act. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oXOkv28AIQ0
Parents raised concerns about what could be included in the policy changes resulting from the equity statement. They spoke out a recent Board meeting, at times disrupting the meeting and causing Board Chair Babur Leteef to threaten to remove people Continue reading PWC School Board Issues “Equity Statement”
Prince William County officials are set to determine how, or if, to expand areas it has targeted for data center development. The Board of Supervisors will consider initiating a policy change around the Data Center Opportunity Zone Overlay District at its meeting Continue reading More Data Centers in PWC?
In a post-session virtual luncheon hosted by Wason Center Academic Director Quentin Kidd, Senate Minority Leader Thomas Norment (R-James City) expressed alarm at erosion of Virginia’s business-friendly status while Senate Majority Leader Dick Saslaw (D-Fairfax) said moderate pro-business senators were Continue reading Will Virginia Remain a Right to Work State?
After a new Virginia law took effect May 1 allowing public employees to collectively bargain for the first time in 40 years, Prince William firefighters and police unions have urged county officials to take action to allow them to negotiate Continue reading COLLECTIVE BARGAINING COMING TO PWC?