The skirmish over the tax hiking “Buffett Rule” behind us (for the moment), the next line of sniping will be over Eric Cantor’s proposed 20 percent tax cut for small businesses. The House will vote on the measure tomorrow, and in advance of that vote, the majority leader has taken to the pages of the […]
Gov. Bob McDonnell is not known for hyperbole, so when he describes the Senate Democrats’ rejection of the biennial budget as “the most fiscally reckless vote I have witnessed in my 21 years in office,” Virginians should take notice.
In a letter to the chairmen of the House and Senate Privileges & Elections committees (respectively, Delegate Mark Cole and state Senator Mark Obenshain) and those committees’ members, the president of the Virginia Electoral Board Association (VEBA), Renee B. Andrews of Falls Church, has asked the General Assembly to table the two voter ID bills […]
Here we go… Senate Democrats are now holding up the Virginia budget over two roads — brinkmanship at its utter worst and most politically vile.
When all else fails, blame “speculators.” Or at least that’s the answer the Obama administration has settled on (again) as the reason why gas prices are so high. And it intends to go after these shadowy creatures with all the tools at its disposal: Obama’s plan this time calls on Congress to: — Increase six-fold […]
Replacement of the aging Lesner Bridge, widening of Lynnhaven Parkway, Holland Road and Witchduck Road – all pushed away if Saslaw gets his way.
Can the Virginia Senate Democrats throw most of Virginia under the bus for the sake of one NOVA road and a metro connection?