Governor Abuser Fees can’t be happy about this: Allen holds an 8-point lead over Kaine, up from a three-point margin in September 2011. That current margin is unchanged when looking only at registered voters. Allen leads among political Independents (43%-38%), but he trails Kaine among ideological moderates (50%-33%). Allen benefits from the much greater percentage […]
I talked with the AG about why he got involved with what seems to be a bad mortgage deal. Turns out if he hadn’t, things would have been much, much worse. Plus, taxpayers aren’t footing the bill for the banks’ wrong-doing.
The mainstream media seems to have picked up as conventional wisdom that Americans in large, if not overwhelming, numbers favor higher taxes for the wealthy, which of course is the administration’s sole strategy for improving the economy (other than massive cuts in the defense budget). But now, The Hill, hardly a right wing vehicle, has […]
In contrast to President Obama’s indifference toward the family of TJ Conrad, today the Virginia House of Delegates unanimously approved a resolution introduced by Delegate Greg Habeeb to honor him.
Anytime we raise the subject of Virginia’s SOL testing we hear a loud chorus, in sweet harmony, proclaiming; “I spend all my time teaching to the test. Please allow me to teach my students without such restrictions”. The Roanoke Times reports today that formatting changes on the middle and high school SOL math tests will […]
Rising costs, and rising debt, prompt the company to entertain offers for its newspaper properties.
House Republicans, and not a few Democrats, plan to introduce a series of bills aimed at making it easier for small businesses to gain access to capital, ease their regulatory burden and cut their taxes.
Word of the latest occupy-related disgrace, with anarchists hurling urine bombs at police in Denver, confirms afresh – as if we needed any more confirmation – that this movement and related activity it has spawned continue relatively unabated, though in alternate forms of organization. Occupiers – and those inspired by them – continue to be […]