On Friday, Senator Harry Reid (D-NV), majority leader, said this about women and the Tea Party on the Senate floor: “Now the Tea Party is trying to sneak through its extreme social agenda – issues that have nothing to do with funding the government. They are willing to throw women under the bus, even if […]
Del Quentin Wilber, author of the best-seller, “Rawhide Down“, a look at the attempted assassination of President Ronald Reagan in 1981, will be in Richmond Tuesday to sign copies of his book at: Fountain Bookstore Richmond 630 pm April 12 http://www.fountainbookstore.com This chronicle is currently number 4 on the ebook best seller list from the […]
Congressional Republicans and President Barack Obama have brokered a budget agreement, but it is clear that Tim Kaine hoped for something different.
The George Allen for Senate Campaign is set to release their first mailer, highlighting his past as an advocate for life.
Apparently Virginians remember Kaine’s opposition to energy independence, inability to balance the state budget without proposing raising taxes to their highest in Virginia history, inability to pass any sort of constitutional transportation bill, and closure of a good chunk of our rest areas – a symbol of his gross negligence as governor. Of course, this […]
Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling slammed the Senate lines proffered by State Senator Janet Howell, and advocated for the lines put forward by the Bipartisan Advisory Commission on Redistricting: Earlier this year, Governor McDonnell appointed the Independent Bipartisan Advisory Commission on Redistricting to recommend prospective legislative districts to the General Assembly. The Commission’s charge was clear […]
Governor Bob McDonnell attended the National Prayer Day Ceremony on Wednesday, April 6, 2011, and signed a “Call to Prayer” proclamation. The Governor spoke on the importance of praying for our Commonwealth and for our country. The ceremony was held on the South Portico of the Virginia State Capitol. Pictured here (L to R): Attorney […]