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G. Paul Nardo was unanimously elected and sworn in as Clerk of the House of Delegates and Keeper of the Rolls today by Chief Justice of the Virginia Supreme Court Cynthia Kinser. The House leadership offered their congratulations: “Paul has the knowledge, skills, and fair-minded temperament to be an outstanding Clerk of whom we all […]
What does a presidential candidate do when virtually his entire campaign resigns? Newt Gingrich’s campaign manager and numerous other key aides have resigned together . . . . Ginrgrich press spokesman Rick Tyler told The Associated Press that he’s resigned along with campaign manager Rob Johnson, senior strategists and aides in key early primary states. […]
The Virginian-Pilot ran a story today about Virginia Senate Republican Leader Tommy Norment (R-James City County) that raises some important questions to which his constituents and the people of Virginia deserve answers. For the past three years, [the College of William and Mary, a Virginia state university] has paid Norment $160,000 a year to fill […]
Americans for Prosperity (AFP) has an awesome campaign going on called “Running on Empty.” The creative folks at AFP have decided to send the Obama administration a bill – one for each average fill-up you partake in at the gas pump. When you visit the site for the first time, you enter the number of […]
Tim Donner, U.S. Senate candidate for the Republican nomination in Virginia, was in Hampton Roads yesterday making a number of appearances. After spending an hour with Steve Batton on Freedom 1650AM, he met with me for a wide-ranging interview in which he reveals his plan on Medicare and talks also about congressional oversight, the balance […]
Quietly doing due diligence in his first few months of office, Rep. Scott Rigell (R-VA) has not always taken the easy road on some exceptionally difficult votes. As one of the few Virginia legislators to oppose the Continuing Resolutions on the grounds that they actually didn’t fulfill the GOP promise made in last year’s campaign […]
In advance of President Barack Obama’s visit into the People’s Republic of Northern Virginia today, the Republican Party of Virginia has released a video showcasing the difference between how the president and Governor Bob McDonnell have tackled the issue of creating jobs: