This podcast edition of “The Score” radio show is a bit eclectic. We’re joined by Dr. Paul Levengood, president and CEO of the Virginia Historical Society, who discusses their much anticipated new exhibit, “An American Turning Point: The Civil War in Virginia.” For Civil War junkies, and readers of “Damn the Torpedoes,” this is one […]
According to the Associated Press: On April 29, Obama approved an operation to kill bin Laden. It was a mission that required surgical accuracy, even more precision than could be delivered by the government’s sophisticated Predator drones. To execute it, Obama tapped a small contingent of the Navy’s elite SEAL Team Six, based in Virginia […]
I’ve written about the news and reactions coming in after the death of Osama bin Laden in my latest post at the Washington Examiner.
If this is true, this is something that Americans have been waiting to hear for a long, long time. Osama Bin Laden’s body is in American custody, and President Obama will address the nation now at 10:50pm Eastern. [Update] Bin Laden killed a week ago by US bomb, US authorities waited for DNA confirmation before […]
Begun in 2004 as a book club on the campus of the University of Virginia, Network of enlightened Women has expanded into a national organization where members meet to discuss the opportunities and challenges facing women today, as well as political issues.
Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli has taken the initiative and ended all relations between his office and the law firm of King and Spalding. This comes on the heels of King and Spalding’s despicable move to drop their clients after they were subjected to intense pressure from the homosexual lobby, namely the Human Rights Campaign. In […]