Today’s Wall Street Journal offers a pretty stark picture concerning the Hispanic vote: Over time, Hispanics also will change the politics of the Republican strongholds of Georgia, where the Hispanic population nearly doubled over the last decade, and even deep-red Texas, where 38% of the population now is Hispanic. Fun fact: The second most popular […]
The mere threat of uranium mining has condemned the Roanoke River the the nation’s top 10 endangered, according to American Rivers.
I believe that green energy is a worthwhile investment. I also believe that taking care of those in our community who have suffered setbacks is a role of the individual, and not a role for the government. On both those fronts, Terry McAuliffe is not just talking the talk, but walking the walk. It’s not […]
Have you seen those purple plastic boxes that began showing up in trees in Augusta County and other areas of the Commonwealth over the past month? Here’s what they’re for … check out my latest post at the Washington Examiner … Purple plastic boxes to trap emerald ash borer. Photo by Lynn R. Mitchell Cross-posted […]
If you live in Hampton Roads, expect bad traffic for the next 3 days! Governor McDonnell issued the following statement today: Exercise to Test Local, State and Federal Response Capabilities Starts Tomorrow in Hampton Roads Full-scale exercise will take place over three days at three locations and involve more than 400 participants HAMPTON ROADS […]
No sooner did Newt Gingrich announce his candidacy for president than he proceeded to attack the congressional Republicans’ plan to reform Medicare as “right-wing social engineering” and praise Barack Obama for his unconstitutional mandate that everyone purchase health insurance. We shouldn’t be surprised. Remember Newt’s television commercial with Nancy Pelosi calling for action on the […]