On my way to work this morning, I was surprised to hear on WMAL that West Potomac High School in Fairfax County is not failing those who cheat on exams, rather they are allowing them to retake the same exam. Ironically, this school has also asked teachers to banish failing grades. I just love what […]
UVA’s Center for Survey Research released a study today showing that between 2006 and 2008 Prince William County saw a decline in their Hispanic population and that their growth now lags behind other counties in Virginia: The three-year, $385,000 study – released Tuesday by the university’s Center for Survey Research – also found that the […]
Following up on Russ Moulton’s concerns about RPV State Central possibly selecting a primary over a convention, RPV Vice-Chairman Mike Thomas has responded in kind: Dear Fellow Member of the State Central Committee: I am writing to lay out for you why I believe we should adopt a Primary as the method by which to […]
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Well, I guess this settles whether George Allen is running for Senate…. Conservatives within the Republican Party of Virginia have long sought conventions as a method of nomination. Establishment GOP types favor primaries for a number of reasons: they build a statewide presence, conventions can be hijacked, and most importantly is that primaries are cost-prohibitive. […]