When the phone call came from 1LT Phillip Lacey alerting that he had arrived back on U.S. soil, his mother, Staunton real estate agent Vonda Lacey, breathed a sigh of relief. She, along with friends, fellow realtors, and family had prayed for a year for the Virginia Military Institute graduate’s safe return from Operation Enduring […]
Bearing Drift’s Brian Schoeneman announces he’s stepping into the arena as a candidate for the House of Delegates. It’s time to stop talking, time to start doing.
For the second time in a row former Governor and Senator George Allen come in first in a totally unscientific and non-reliable poll from the Bearing Drift Center for Internet Studies.
After an 18-year struggle, on March 22, 1997, George Allen signed into law a true and honest parental notification bill requiring parents or legal guardians to be notified if their minor daughter is going through the trauma of an abortion.
So argues the leader of the Virginia Legislative Black Caucus as reported by the Daily Pilot: “To accept an incumbency protection plan as is currently being proposed is not in keeping with the spirit of Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act of 1965,” said Sen. Mamie Locke, D-Hampton, who chairs the caucus. In a […]
Senate candidate Jamie Radtke joins us on this edition of “The Score”, giving us her perspective on taxes, spending and career politicians. It’s on the latter point where she takes her swings at George Allen. She also takes aim at likely Democratic candidate Tim Kaine…and has a word or two for possible candidate Bobby Scott. […]
Maybe we’re starting a new tradition here at Bearing Drift? It’s a slow news week for Virginia, with localities hammering out budgets, General Assembly brooding over district lines, and spring finally having made an arrival in the Commonwealth! …oh, and Obama is leading in his college hoops brackets. Thought you should know. So do you […]