Another departure from the RPV, this time my friend Garren Shipley: The spokesman for the Republican Party of Virginia will announce Friday that he is leaving to take a job that will allow him more time with his young family. Garren was one of, if not the, hardest working reporter in Capitol Square before taking […]
Daisy chain in Virginia Beach with announced retirement of McWaters.
By John Kwapisz Republicans unfairly took the brunt of the blame – thanks in no small part to a Democrat-abetting media – when the gears of the federal government ground to a halt over budgetary discord for 16 days in October 2013. Some two years later, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) faces a […]
There you have it. A very unserious governor vs. a very measured and serious Pete Snyder, an entrepreneur with the street credentials to back up the talk.
On the same day that the Washington Post carried a front-page story about the worrisome “StingRay” technology that aids police agencies in spying on citizens, Robert Siegel of NPR’s All Things Considered interviewed Del. Rich Anderson (R-Prince William County) about the General Assembly’s Ben Franklin Privacy Caucus, which the NPR host described as “an unusual […]