Cynthia Dunbar is running for Republican National Committeewoman from the Commonwealth of Virginia this weekend at the Virginia Convention.
Virginia Right! has proudly endorsed Dunbar and we believe she is the only viable choice. Her opponent is the establishment candidate that has represented division and insider politics in Virginia for far too long.
Cynthia Dunbar has the trust and endorsement of some very respectable names in Conservative politics like Ron Paul and Bob Marshall. And her list of endorsements is long.
Anyone going to the convention is well aware that in addition to the friction between the establishment Republicans and Conservatives, we have another divide between the Trump supporters and the Cruz supporters. And Cynthia Dunbar has managed to secure the endorsement of both Bill Stanley, State Chair of the Cruz Campaign as well as Corey Stewart, State Chair of the Trump Campaign. That is quite an accomplishment and proof of the Conservative appeal of Dunbar.
In looking back at Virginia Right! stories on Cynthia Dunbar, she first came on our radar back in March 2010.
Cynthia Dunbar is the elected representative to the Texas Board of Education from the Tenth district. She was cited in the New York Times as one of several seeking to change the history and other texts to make them more balanced. Here is her website.
I was listening to the Texas Board of Education Friday at work via the technological wonder of live streaming. Like many meetings it was somewhat boring. But it was music to my ears. On Friday, May 21, 2010, the children of Texas were liberated from left-wing politically correct history and social studies texts and curriculum.
Here’s the video from Fox News with my heroine, Regent Law grad Cynthia Dunbar:
This wonderful event will also bring liberty to kids around the country as Texas texts are sold in other states. I have briefly blogged on this before.
The Texas Board of Education has reformed the history and social studies texts and curriculum in awesomely favorable ways. Virginia should follow suit. What did they do? Here are several areas where they enhanced the curriculum:
1. A balanced approach to the McCarthy era with references to actual Communists found in the US Government like Alger Hiss;
2. A balanced approach to the Judeo-Christian, Biblical origins of American law and the struggle for liberty;
3. A more respectful treatment of the South and the Civil War;
4. A study of how the UN adversely affects our sovereignty;
5. More of a pro-free enterprise and free markets curriculum;
6. Referring to the US as a “constitutional republic” and discussing the decline in the value of the dollar against gold;
7. Retaining BC and AD rather than the politically correct BCE and CE;
8. The doctrine of “American Exceptionalism”, that we are a special place and nation in history;
9. A mention of people like Phyllis Schlafly and the fiscal health of Social Security and Medicare.
The left is of course outraged! A California state senator has already introduced a bill to ban Texas texts from the Golden State:
And a recent interview:
Cynthia Dunbar has a long history of being on the right side of history.
Let’s vote for Cynthia Dunbar for Republican National Committeewoman from the Commonwealth of Virginia at the Convention this weekend!