This is a recount from a fellow Republican Chair on Saturday’s conferee event which led to the selection of Rick Saccone as our nominee for the 18th District Congressional seat. Bravo Guy and Kim!! This is who we want to be!Friends, As you know by now, Representative Rick Saccone was chosen by 215 conferees that met in Washington County on November 11th, to be the candidate to replace Tim Murphy in the 18th Congressional District on the Republican ticket. When Tim Murphy resigned, four people threw their hats into the ring and set off a frantic race to garner the crucial conferees needed for nomination. I said at the time that Murphy’s sudden departure would probably cause division and strain friendships as various factions supported different candidates to fill his seat. That happened to some degree but having had the honor to be a conferee today ...
January 24, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
March 13, 2018
The Reforming American Immigration for a Strong Economy Act, the RAISE Act, intends to amend the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1957 in order to update our immigration policy. This legislation aims to eliminate the Diversity Visa program of 1990 which allocates 55,000 visas annually to natives of countries having relatively low rates of immigration to the US.
Additionally, refugee admission would be capped at 50,000 per fiscal year and the Act removes the ability ...
Our Senator, Guy Reschenthaler, is championing Senate Bill 3 for which he would like to garner support from constituents.
SB 3 adds language to the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes on Crimes and Offenses to clearly define “dismemberment abortion” as the “act of knowingly and purposefully causing the death of an unborn child by means of dismembering the unborn child and extracting the unborn child one piece at a time from the uterus through the use of ...
Republican History Bite
Sarah Buell Hale loved the ritual of Thanksgiving. Mrs. Hale was a writer publishing a novel in 1827 which described in great detail the physical and sentimental manifestation of a family feast. She describes a table draped in bleached white damask preparing the household event where every child had a seat for the occasion. She describes the honor of a man to sit at the head of a copious Thanksgiving dinner before his large family; the farmer being particularly proud of the display of abundance and prosperity of a season’s worth of work. She describes the roasted turkey taking its “lordly station” next to the savory stuffing exuding a particularly rich odor of basting. She describes choice fowl pastries, wine tumblers, huge plum puddings, custards and pies of “every name and description ever known in Yankee land.” She revered this celebration and went on a determined pursuit to declare it a national holiday.
Sarah spent many years attempting to draw attention to her crusade. By 1847 she had convinced the Governor of New Hampshire to appoint Thursday November 25th as a day of annual Thanksgiving in the state but she didn’t stop there. She continued with her ...
We're on it..
All concerned local Republican Committees plan to meet in early January to prepare for a monumental “get out the vote” effort in order to win the 18th Congressional seat for Rick Saccone. This election will come down to turn out and little else. Republicans must go to the polls and vote on Tuesday March 18, 2018. Stay tuned for more updates. Lots of work ahead!
QVGOP Think Tank
We know our country is changing
We know our form of government is in question
We know we have detached from the US Constitution
We know reform is needed
Once we are able to talk with each other again
We must discuss how we, as Americans, define the role of government
Begin to consider issues with that question in mind.
So begin here…..What do you think of...