With unemployment numbers at an all-time high, there is a great need for job creation. However, Congress and the White House seems to be pre-occupied with passing anti-business legislation which continues to drive jobs out of the United States. Recently, Rep. Frank Wolf (R-Va.) has introduced legislation in Congress to bring jobs back to the […]
Oil and Natural Gas advocates, the American Petroleum Institute, take issue with the increased taxes on refiners and the industry writ large as found in the most recent Senate Energy Bill.
A good piece appears in Politico today about Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.), political slayer of former Senate Leader Tom Daschle, and who will be at a Republican Party of Virginia event Wednesday. The article postulates that Thune is establishing his street-cred for a potential run for president. Thune would be in a strong position if […]
Virginia Beach Will Sessoms has had a good fundraising year, outraising every candidate on the November City Council ballot. The odd thing is he isn’t even on it. His supposed re-election effort isn’t until 2012, where rumors are former Mayor Meyera Oberndorff is mulling a rematch. Sessoms isn’t doing much to dampen the speculation, raising […]
At least he didn’t say “Macaca.” All throughout the 2006 campaign, I argued that the Democrats didn’t know what they were getting in James Webb. True, on many of the favored issues, Webb toes the party line, but an op-ed in yesterday’s Wall Street Journal shows once again that Webb is not just another rubber […]
Adding up every campaign from your local City Councilman to President of the United States, campaigns cost about as much as Americans spend on potato chips.
Anyone proposing a potato chip finance reform act? Is Frito-Lay “too big to fail?”