On this episode of “The Score” radio show, we’re joined by the American Tradition Institute’s Chris Horner, who gives us a critical update on his group’s legal tussle with the University of Virginia over a FOIA request for former climate professor Michael Mann’s emails. UVA’s foot-dragging over releasing the documents (even as it cashes the […]
Ken Vaughn, who previously was set to challenge longtime Republican incumbent Congressman Frank Wolf in Virginia’s 10th District, has been redistricted into the 11th District and remains a candidate. Vaughn, a traffic engineer by trade, became active in politics in 2008 following the financial crisis and is actively supported by the Tea Party. The 11th […]
Ken Gibson joins Sherwood Bowditch in competing for the nomination for the 98th District House of Delegate’s seat. It is likely that the Republican nomination will prove vital in determining who the next delegate from this district will be. Here is Gibson’s release making his announcement: (Gloucester, VA) – Former Federal Prosecutor and Marine Ken […]
Israel has always had the support of America . . . except when she didn’t. Her Arab enemies lost . . . no territory (and two actually gained land). The notion of a Palestinian state . . . would have been news to anyone who actually lived through the 1950’s.
The primary which will decide the Republican nominee to replace Jim Webb in the U.S. Senate is still a ways off; however, as evidenced by previous coverage here at Bearing Drift, the race is already well underway. Not surprisingly, the candidates are seeking endorsements and support from elected officials across the Commonwealth. Already, Lt. Governor […]
It gets back to two fundamental points: (1) Socialism sucks… until it works for you, and (2) in all this talk of liberty, what are we really willing to give up?
“Israel deserves America’s friendship in reality – not just in rhetoric. Words and promises come and go.”