Our name contains a slight irony: There is no one way forward, no one correct way to live. However, by embracing liberty, dynamism, and equal rights, we will enable Virginians to chart their own paths forward, and our commonwealth will be all the better for it.
Could the next popular market-disrupting innovation be an app for alcohol delivery? The R Street Institute’s Molly Schwartz profiles one such app and reminds us of one of the few ways a private citizen can actually run afoul of the U.S. Constitution: by illegally importing alcohol into a state against that state’s laws. Here in…
Libertarians and conservatives ought to oppose the Federal Online Gambling Ban (H.R. 707) — primarily sponsored by Republicans like Randy Forbes of Virginia — as an affront to federalism. Multiple states have or are considering regulations of online gambling within their borders, and the federal government ought not interfere.
We recently interviewed Kirsten Bokenkamp, Director of Communications for Equality Virginia about some of its legislative priorities in the 2015 session of the General Assembly.
The interview occurred before the United States Supreme Court announced it will hear a review of a federal appeals court decision regarding same-sex marriage.
Virginia prides itself on its reputation as a good state to do business. We ought to commit ourselves to fostering a dynamic commonwealth, our doors open both to businesses and people of all backgrounds.