Virginians Should Demand Fair Elections


As soon as the dust settles after the election for President of the United States, the next political circus is our 2017 election in Virginia. But, before those races heat up the Virginia First Foundation asks all Virginians to ask their representatives in the General Assembly to do something important. Please ask your Delegate and Senator to vote for an Honest Elections Truth Commission.

Our elected representatives need to empower and pay for an independent commission to investigate voter cheating and fraud across Virginia. The commission should be set up for two years of serious work – and be independent of interference, influence or intimidation from the Governor or General Assembly. Their report should go to The People, General Assembly, Governor and Attorney General and Virginia Supreme Court.

If we don’t have fair, free, open, honest elections in Virginia, then the Rule of Law is at risk. Election cheating, like that already discovered in Rockingham County, is a clear and present danger to the elections that are essential to our Rule of Law.

Nothing is more important to our Virginia than finding the truth about cheating, offering solutions to whatever is wrong, and making sure Virginia’s elections set the highest standard for the Nation.

The Virginia First Foundation will provide information in the next two months on how to help make this happen. For Virginia!   

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You can't add by dividing


When we, The Virginia First Foundation, sent out an email opposing the folly of the “transgender” agenda to let men go into the women’s bathrooms – to protect Virginia’s daughters, three thousand people unsubscribed from our email. 3k. Three thousand people took offense enough at keeping bathrooms separated by gender – as they always have been – to drop us like a hot rock.

We are working to build a governing majority of Virginians who support the Rule of Law, Constitutionally limited government and a Judeo-Christian culture. We can’t build up by losing people. The old saw is – you can’t add by dividing. Yet, an initial dividing is going to happen. People who are with us on limiting government may be socially liberal and love every goofy thing the Left can dream when it comes to race, religion and sexual behavior. Those people whose tolerance only extends to folks who agree with them on everything don’t work well together.

We need Virginians who will work together. To unite to change the culture of Virginia for the better – for all of Virginians. You don’t have to agree with us on everything. If you agree with us on anything, we encourage your fellowship and offer mutual support. We can move forward together where we are united and mutually respect our disagreements we aren’t.

Take Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s blatant disrespect for the Rule of Law and Virginia’s Constitution. You may support a program to restore the full rights and privileges to convicted felons. We may disagree. But, we all can agree when the Virginia Supreme Court rules his blanket restoration to 200,000 felons isn’t Constitutional, they ruled rightly. And, McAullife’s stated scheme to individually pardon all 200,000 felons is just a way to increase the cheating to elect Hillary Clinton in November. Every Virginian should oppose McAuliffe’s disrespect for the Rule of Law.

We, The Virginia First Foundation, want one million or so, to begin, of Virginia’s approximately 3 million voters to work together. To add by addition, for every issue we hold in common, to change our Virginia for the better. If one million Virginians tell their delegates and senators in the General Assembly to represent them and take action against the Governor’s illegal actions, then actions will be set in motion. If one million Virginians hold the General Assembly to do their duty – to do more than bring a lawsuit and toss it to the courts – keep the Governor accountable, then we take a step together.

Don’t let our divisions on single issues divide us from a much greater, common purpose. E Pluribus Unum, from many – one, is needed for Virginia to be Sic Semper Tyrannis, thus always to tyrants.   

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Toleration and Transgender Times

Toleration. A number of folks took the time to respond to Virginia First Foundation’s last email with a demand to be removed from the list – and some f-bomb cursing to boot. Such responses should be a remarkably small set of replies in the future, if we are successful in changing the culture. Virginians will disagree on many, many things, but they will do so with the tolerance and kindness of a Judeo-Christian culture. The vulgarity and personal vitriol of rude responses will clearly be the words of someone who just moved to Virginia – and just doesn’t know better.

Transgender Times. We’re promoting action against transgender bathrooms, transgender school policies, and all things setting up “transgender” as a protected class of persons in Virginia – except improvements in mental health science and services. We know these people need help and we support such assistance.

Virginians have the opportunity to get 133 city and county school boards, city councils/board of supervisors and other public officials on the record about transgender policies.

In all likelihood, public officials need to hear something other than the propaganda coming out of the LGBT lobbyists. Like, transgender has no basis in science. It’s a made up political issue to provide special privileges to a made up group of people. It’s an opportunity for bad boys and perverts to act badly – putting boys in the girls’ locker room and men in the girls’ bathroom – and the state support it, pay for it and honor it. These are strange times indeed for sane people.

When a male “identifies” as a female, does the male stop being a male? No, the chromosomes in every cell in the male’s body still make him male. He can have surgery to remove his male genitally and he is still male. He can take female hormones to change his body and the cells still shout that he is male. It’s established science and medicine.

It’s been that way from the start. Genesis 1:27. “So God created mankind in his own image, in the image of God he created them, male and female he created them.”

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Transgender Folly

Transgender Folly

The Federal government is telling Virginia that boys can go into the girls’ bathroom and locker room if they say the right words.  Such folly, right?  Except, elected officials kowtow to all things Federal for fear of losing Federal funding.  Your tax dollars recycled through Washington bureaucracies are used against you.  And your daughters. 

Girls and boys bathrooms have been based on gender, the two biological genders, since Virginia built its first indoor bathrooms in public schools.

Here is the definition of gender from Merriam-Webster: 

1 a :  a subclass within a grammatical class (as noun, pronoun, adjective, or verb) of a language that is partly arbitrary but also partly based on distinguishable characteristics (as shape, social rank, manner of existence, or sex) and that determines agreement with and selection of other words or grammatical forms  b :  membership of a word or a grammatical form in such a subclass  c :  an inflectional form showing membership in such a subclass

2 a :  sex <the feminine gender>   b :  the behavioral, cultural, or psychological traits typically associated with one sex

And, so here is the definition of sex: 

1 :  either of the two major forms of individuals that occur in many species and that are distinguished respectively as female or male especially on the basis of their reproductive organs and structures

2 :  the sum of the structural, functional, and behavioral characteristics of organisms that are involved in reproduction marked by the union of gametes and that distinguish males and females

3a :  sexually motivated phenomena or behavior

Not complicated!  We are all conceived male or female in the womb.  There are extremely rare actual hermaphrodites (with more than 2 chromosomes determining gender) corrected to the dominate sex at birth by doctors with the consent of the parents. 

Look at the silliness the Feds want Virginia to take seriously:  Definitions from the U.S. Department of Education:

Gender identity refers to a person’s deeply felt internal sense of being male or female, regardless of their sex assigned at birth. (Washington State Guidelines)


Sex assigned at birth refers to the sex designation, usually “male” or “female,” assigned to a person when they are born. (NYSED Guidance)


Gender expression refers to the manner in which a person represents or expresses gender to others, often through behavior, clothing, hairstyles, activities, voice or mannerisms. (Washoe County Regulation)

Transgender or trans describes a person whose gender identity does not correspond to their assigned sex at birth. (Massachusetts Guidance)

Gender transition refers to the process in which a person goes from living and identifying as one gender to living and identifying as another. (Washoe County Regulation)

Cisgender describes a person whose gender identity corresponds to their assigned sex at birth. (NYSED Guidance)


Gender nonconforming describes people whose gender expression differs from stereotypic expectations. The terms gender variant or gender atypical are also used. Gender nonconforming individuals may identify as male, female, some combination of both, or neither. (NYSED Guidance)


Intersex describes individuals born with chromosomes, hormones, genitalia and/or other sex characteristics that are not exclusively male or female as defined by the medical establishment in our society. (DCPS Guidance)


 LGBTQ is an acronym that stands for “lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning.” (LAUSD Policy)


Really?  Virginians should laugh this back to the Potomac.  But, Federal bullying is serious stuff.


Our school boards, city councils and boards of supervisors, and members of the General Assembly, need to be reminded of our Virginia Constitution.   


Article I. Bill of Rights

Section 4. No exclusive emoluments or privileges; offices not to be hereditary

That no man, or set of men, is entitled to exclusive or separate emoluments or privileges from the community, but in consideration of public services; which not being descendible, neither ought the offices of magistrate, legislator, or judge to be hereditary.

This means cities and counties can’t give exclusive or special privileges to any person claiming to be ‘Transgender’ and there are no group rights for a set of individuals calling themselves ‘Transgenders’. 

Please contact the Virginia First Foundation – our website or our Facebook page – to show 134 cities and counties what ‘folly’ means.  

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Virginia Is Right to Refuse Refugees

Virginia has the right to choose and refuse which refugees come to the Commonwealth.  All refugees aren’t equal. All refugees aren’t victims.  Islamic terrorists hiding in plain sight as “refugees” retell the tale of the Trojan Horse.  Yet, the carpet-bagger Governor McAuliffe, using Virginia as an address and political footstool, supports bringing more and more Muslims to Virginia.   And, yes, naming the religion that can lead the faithful to commit mayhem and murder – matters.   It isn’t a new or Nazi thing.  It’s very Virginia.

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Delegate Peace Takes a Stand Against COPN

We agree with you Delegate Peace, it's time we get rid of COPN!


Here's another example of the need to repeal Certificate of Public Need in Virginia. A huge thank you to Delegate Chris Peace for his principled stance and for standing against Virginia's Obamacare!

AUGUST 5, 2015: Delegate Christopher K. Peace (R-Hanover) issued the following statement regarding the recent reports of the Virginia Department of Health’s (VDH) initial review of an application for construction of a level 2 trauma center with MRI and CT imaging services to be located in New Kent County:

“I am disturbed by a recent report stating VDH staff’s initial review of a COPN application for imagining equipment to be located at a proposed level 2 trauma center in New Kent recommends denial. I am appalled that state bureaucrats may deny rural New Kent residents access to high quality health care and jobs. Reports like these may affect the future need for a Certificate for Public Need (COPN) program in Virginia. I will express my concerns directly to the State Health Commissioner and am strongly considering taking steps toward legislative action.”

“In my letter of support to the State Health Commissioner, I firmly stated the positive impacts this proposal will have for New Kent County and citizens. This project will be extremely beneficial for New Kent County, its residents and families. I also believe that it may help with attracting jobs and new taxpayers to the county. Notwithstanding the health benefits, New Kent County has recently experienced the loss of a major industry and economic engine in Colonial Downs and economic growth is a priority of mine for the county. The potential addition of a new industry that employs locally and provides health and well-being to families would be a welcomed event.”

“I ask, shouldn’t private industry such as a for-profit hospital be able to make up its own mind about how to invest in expansion of services into new areas? Are the citizens of New Kent less worthy of a scanner than those in other larger localities? I feel the COPN system in Virginia may be past its sell by date. I will continue to stand firm in my support of this project on behalf of my constituents and friends in New Kent.”


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Terms of the Debate

Reductio ad absurdum is Latin for ‘reduction to absurdity’.  When the arguments in the public square devolve to ‘hate, haters, and racism’, then what passes for public discourse is absurd.   Worse than absurd is the danger such dumbing down is for our American Republic and our Virginia Commonwealth.

The ongoing hysteria about the Confederate Battle Flag is like a Princess Di moment of public madness. 

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OpEd by Delegate Ramadan Supports VFF Opinion: Repeal COPN in Virginia – End Supply-Side Obamacare

In a recent OpEd in the Loudoun Times, Del. David Ramadan asks the logical question, “With Hospitals, How Big is Too Big?”

In this OpEd, his opinions certainly support our adamant belief at the Virginia First Foundation: We must REPEAL the COPN Law in Virginia and End supply-side Obamacare!

Ramadan offers, “It’s not up to Inova or any other hospital system to make that decision. It’s up to the people of Virginia. And when it comes to their health care, Virginians have the right to choices, not monopolies – even if they are not for profit. So before we consider expanding entitlements, let us reform our health care system.

...I came across another study from the Thomas Jefferson Institute (TJI) which indicates otherwise. The nonprofit Inova Health Systems had a 2013 Virginia net income of $160,435,032 with multiple executives taking home in excess of $1 million in compensation. Its group-wide excess of revenue over expenses was $662,468,000 for the same year. And they have over $1 billion sitting in their TJI pointed out last month, Medicaid expansion is in no way necessary to keep these hospitals afloat, and the system needs reform.” 

To read Del. Ramadan’s full opinion piece in the Loudon Times click here:


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High Crimes and Treason Hokum

July 6th, 2015 at a “town hall” meeting, Congressman Rob Wittman, was asked - when will he submit the articles of impeachment against the five justices who re-defined marriage?  Aw shucks, he replied, their decision doesn’t rise to the level of high crimes and treason.  The Constitutional remedy is legislation from Congress, he continued, not impeachment. 

Except, the Constitution (Article 2, Section 4) says impeachment is for Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.  Congressman Wittman, R-VA 1, said “high crimes and treason’ several times.  He left off misdemeanors.  How convenient.

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Independence Day 2015 - Virginia's First!

Happy Independence Day 2015!  Virginia declared Independence before the United States did.  Virginia adopted a written Constitution before the United States. Virginia was first.  Virginia will be first - again. 

Many Virginians are less than enthusiastic this year.  The Supreme Court of the United States redefined marriage and grievously attacked the Constitution.  The President continues to rule with the impunity and arrogance of a tyrant.  The Republican-controlled Congress blusters, then cowers and does nothing. The Attorney General of Virginia violates his oath of office within one week of saying it, hand on Bible, and the Republican-controlled General Assembly does nothing.  Yet, The People remain.  Virginia lives. 

Virginia, and its Good People, will win. 

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Vote Virginia's Values,
Vote Conservative.

Tuesday, November 3, 2015