We sift through the Super Tuesday tea leaves with Bob Holsworth, talk with Grover Norquist about the “YAF fight” over the GOP presidential nomination, follow Scott’s odyssey through a TSA search, and much more…
One morning in November, 2010, about a week before Thanksgiving I woke up not feeling great. Not bad, just not my usual self. After showering, and while shaving I noticed my eyes were puffy, swollen, and red. The right one even more so. My nose was running, so I took a couple of Sudafeds and […]
Over 130 rockets have been launched at Israel without any provocation from the Palestinian Gaza Strip in the past 30 hours. That is an average of a rocket every 15 minutes. This act of war by the Palestinians has gone mostly unreported in the establishment “news” media, and President Obama’s silence is deafening. is it any wonder that Israel so strongly asserts its right to act unilaterally in its own defense?
Bearing Drift is planning for our next magazine. The focus for this issue will be on local politics – particularly as many Virginia communities have elections coming up in May. We will also talk about taxes. Is it time for a flat or fair tax? Those are just suggestions. If you have another idea in […]
If the Democrats were sincerely concerned about budget priorities for the next two years, why kill the caboose bill?
Virginia is one of ten key states where Senate races may determine who controls Congress in 2013, according to National Journal.
Democrat Chuck Colgan took to the Senate floor yesterday, asking his colleagues to avoid a “tragedy,” to find a way to compromise, and to get the state’s budget done (because Mr. Colgan doesn’t want to stay in Richmond “’till June, or May, even April.’”).
…in National Journal’s veepstakes, for now. Comments on these stories are always funny, as they bring out the folks who say “he’s a knuckle-dragging ultra-conservative” and those who say “he caved, he caved, he’s a squish.” Well, Mitt Romney is a numbers kind of a guy, and he’s counting votes. A McDonnell pick would lose […]