A choice for Republicans in Virginia Beach
Three Republican candidates for a House of Delegates seat faced a room full of Ruritans Monday night, fielding questions about transportation, education and ethics.
Wed May 22, 2013
Outside the Beltway
No, Lois Lerner Did Not Waive Her Fifth Amendment Rights By Making An Opening Statement
As you can see in this brief clip from the opening of today's House Government Oversight Committee hearing, IRS employee Lois Lerner's decision to assert her Fifth Amendment rights rather than answer questions didn't come without some degree of controversy: Essentially South Carolina Congressman Trey Gowdy argued that, by making an opening ... (more)
Sun May 05, 2013
ODU president teaches potential successors
The job of a college president is no bed of roses these days, but there are still people who'd like to give it a try.
The Heritage Foundation
Heritage's Ryan Anderson Addresses Regent University Graduation
Hold a sense of personal responsibility over a sense of entitlement, Heritage scholar Ryan T. Anderson urged graduates on May 4 during the commencement address at Regent University.
Sat May 04, 2013
Regent University commencement ceremony
Regent University students, from left, Miracle Ojiaku, Kayla Miller, and Hadassah Mendez, anticipate the start of the Regent University Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 4, 2013 in Virginia Beach.
National Review Online
Truth, Responsibility, and Love
Dr. Robertson, President Campo, members of the board of trustees, distinguished faculty and staff, graduating students, and the families and friends who supported you to this happy morning: It is an honor to share this moment with you.
Fri May 03, 2013
Online Regent students come to campus - for diploma
Online Regent University student Diana Blaschke of New Mexico waits before the start of the commissioning ceremony at Regent University in Virginia Beach on Friday, May 3, 2013.
SW Virginia law blog
Comparing law and science
I have been studying this article titled "The Law of Physics & the Physics of Laws," by Judge Kelsey, published in 2012 in the Regent University Law Review, in which he endeavors to "rake through the ashes of science " in the pursuit of "symmetries that reinforce our understanding of the law." In the first section, titled "An Underlying Order," he ... (more)
Thu May 02, 2013
Low Blow: Daily Beast's Tomasky Attacks GOP Governor As...
Hard-left Daily Beast writer Michael Tomasky has a nasty habit of smearing conservatives every chance he gets, and it seems he has found his newest target, Gov.