Category Archives: Government Reform

Virginia’s Anemic Growth Has Policy Roots In Richmond and Washington

Here’s the evidence why Ralph Northam is wrong when he says Virginia’s economy is great. It’s not. Continue reading

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Yes Terry, Tax Hikes Grew the State Surplus

At the September 28 debate Democratic gubernatorial nominee Terry McAuliffe dismissed the 2021 $2.6 billion general fund revenue surplus as entirely due to extra federal COVID relief funds, which is absurd on its face. By definition, every dollar is General … Continue reading

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VIDEO: Watch “Confessions of a Union Negotiator”

Watch a replay of “Confessions of a Union Negotiator…What to expect if public sector bargaining passes in your county.” Frank Ricci, a former firefighter union negotiator details the tactics and strategies used by government unions during collective bargaining. Counties, cities … Continue reading

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VIDEO STREAM: Virginia Energy Consumer Conference

THURSDAY, SEP. 16,  9:30 AM – 11:30 AM EDT. *If you don’t see the video stream yet, refresh this page after 9:30 am on Thurs, Sept. 16. *If you don’t see the video stream yet, refresh this page after 9:30 … Continue reading

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A Promise to Reverse Northam’s Tax Hikes

Republican nominee for governor Glenn Youngkin is proposing to reduce Virginia taxes in much the same way Governor Ralph Northam has raised them:  Several individual proposals, some not all that large, which accumulate into a significant change. As Northam ends … Continue reading

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