Interested in having Glenn Nye speak to your civic group or business meeting? Interested in speaking to your Congressional representative before Election Day? You’re out of luck! Glenn Nye is “completely booked until Election Day.” That’s what the Regent College Republicans, after consultation with Regent College Democrats, were told after they were turned down by […]
Yesterday, we were in anticipation of Tim Kaine’s big announcement that was going to (and we quote), “excite Democrats across the country.” Well, here it is: Seriously, it’s a new logo and a new website (get yer own link). It’s no longer “Change we can believe in,” it’s “Change that Matters.” We are not making […]
The National Republican Congressional Committee will start airing ads this week against 28-year incumbent Rick Boucher in Virginia’s Fightin’ Ninth. [CQPolitics.] Boucher has long been safe in the 9th, but his key role in drafting Cap and Trade legislation may be eroding his support among the coal counties. Earlier this month Bearing Drift reported that […]
Del. Sal Iaquinto’s major annual fundraiser is usually a nod to a blockbuster film (Pirates of the Caribbean, The Godfather). This year is no different. LAWS! Chief Brody, Matt Hooper, Quint and a 25-foot Great White Shark? No. Not Jaws. It’s Laws! Just when you thought it was safe to go back to the Capitol. […]
er…I mean, a Major Announcement. Word on the web is that former part-time Virginia Governor, now DNC Chair Tim “There’s nothing wrong with my eyebrow” Kaine will make a major announcement tomorrow regarding the future of the Democratic Party. According to CNN a source says “Kaine will announce something that will excite Democrats across the […]
In a move that could save the Commonwealth of Virginia millions of dollars, a proposal is being considered that would allow state employees to have a day off work on Fridays. This proposal came at the recommendation of the Governor Bob McDonnell’s Reform and Restructuring Commission. The Washington Post reports that state employees would work […]
At 3:05 pm EST listen to the Rick Jensen Show on WDEL 1150AM to hear me discuss Christine O’Donnell and why she is undeserving of becoming a U.S. Senator.
Speaking to the Virginia Rural Summit today, Senator Mark Warner said “We’re at (a) moment of crisis…We’re not going to solve them with government spending,” [Richmond Times Dispatch] This would be the same Mark Warner who Voted YES on $192B additional anti-recession stimulus spending. [Omnibus Appropriations Act Amendment; Bill H.R. 3357 ; vote number 2009-S254 […]