Standard & Poor’s, the folks who downgraded U.S. debt from AAA to AA+ last summer, are warning that a further downgrade could be in store unless the U.S. gets serious about reducing the deficit. But the ratings agency says its possible downgrade might come any time in the next 6-24 months…and even then, not before […]
It’s an historic day in Virginia where HB 947 — the “Tebow Bill” — passed the House of Delegates on Wednesday on a vote of 59-39. More information later on those who voted for and against but it will now cross over to the Senate side of the Capitol where it faces a much tougher […]
If Delegate Rob Bell’s HB 947 known as the “Tebow Bill” passes Virginia House of Delegates today, it will be an historic day. Never before has a homeschool sports access bill, making it possible for homeschool students to have an opportunity to try out for sports teams, made it this far in the Commonwealth’s General […]
Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum handily won caucuses in Colorado (36 delegates) and Minnesota (40 delegates) Feb. 7, stunning the Florida victor and winner of 3 of the first 5 GOP nomination votes, Mitt Romney.
Lt. Governor Bill Bolling addresses AFP grassroots volunteers Tuesday — Capital Square in downtown Richmond. Sen. Mark Obenshain (R-Harrisonburg) Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli Photos by Audrey Jackson VA State Director, Americans for Prosperity 7 February 2012
Many thanks to Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling and staff for hosting a great Blogger’s Day Tuesday, Feb. 7. More tomorrow, including plenty of pictures. Meanwhile, just one photo, from the back of the Capitol, on this unusually mild Feb. evening.
Tonight’s full moon before it cleared the trees on the ridge behind my house. Michie Tavern, located in the shadow of Mr. Jefferson’s Monticello, posted on their Facebook page today: “There will be a full moon this evening. The Colonial American name for this full moon is ‘Trapper Moon.’ The native tribes of the northern […]