On this edition of “The Score” radio show, we talk with Paul Jacob, president of Citizens in Charge, about a topic near and dear to my heart — initiative and referendum. Virginia lacks an initiative process and the last time referenda were mentioned was during the bygone days of Jerry Kilgore’s gubernatorial campaign, when Mr. […]
Freshly minted Congressman Morgan Griffith, Republican from the Fightin’ 9th District, is 53 today. Wish him a happy birthday!
(click to embiggen) Thus do the chips fall… 8 Republicans, 3 Democrats. All safe seats. More notably, I will be returning to the 7th Congressional District and the warm, loving embrace of the 7th District Committee, whereas my soon-to-be-former representation in Rep. Robert Hurt can practically pull out of his garage and practically drive all […]
Brian Schoeneman is one of the more thoughtful bloggers in the center-right of Virginia’s blogosphere. That is what made his post on Wisconsin labor reform all the more painful to read. I think Brian is correct that this issue will not go away with Wisconsin; I don’t even think the story is over in Wisconsin. […]