John and Janice Corson are both natives of the Hampton Roads Virginia area.  Their life's interests are varied.  John hails from Newport News, Janice from Chesapeake.

Although educated in colleges and graduates schools with degrees in Biblical Literature and Theology, John continued to further his education with studies in sociology, psychology, cultural issues, political science and economics.

Janice attended Tidewater Community College and studied music.  She has also been educated in the field of agricultural science and horticulture through the Cooperative Extension Service of Virginia Tech University and is a certified Master Gardener.  Her interest in landscape architecture and gardening goes back to her childhood, having helped her parents in their vegetable garden.  She expanded her love for this hobby by becoming a specialist with roses, flowerbeds and vegetable gardens.  She has been a contributor to newsletters and local newspapers as a garden-tipster.

John's background was in radio broadcasting, having worked in this field from the time he was sixteen through his college years and has, from time-to-time worked for local stations as an engineer and announcer.  He is a licensed professional counselor and was, for 14 years, owner of the New Creation Counseling Center in Chesapeake, VA. His real-life calling was to the ministry.  He served as a pastor for Christian and Baptist churches for over 30 years.  He has made a hobby as a political pundit. He is a member of the American Conservative Union and the Federalist Society.

1980 was a transformative year for the Corsons. While Janice was being warned by her family that Ronald Reagan was the epitome of evil and would destroy the country, she voted for Jimmy Cater and regretted it. For John, who wrote-in Reagan's name in 1976 against Gerald Ford and Carter, the "Gipper's" election was a milestone. In that year, he was living in Maryland, making less than $18,000 a year, working in radio, teaching part-time and preaching for a small church outside of Annapolis. John made the conscientious decision to work as many jobs as necessary so as not to live off of taxpayers and be dependent on the government.  When the worst of the economy's dilemma was over (1983/84), The Corsons declared themselves to be Reagan conservatives. 

It is to the memory of Ronald Reagan that they dedicate this website.

We believe that the Constitution of the United States speaks for itself. There is no need to rewrite, change or reinterpret it to suit the fancies of special interest groups or protected classes.