Many new bills go into effect today, July 1, 2011, and Virginia’s Division of Legislative Services has created a handy document explaining many of the new laws or changes: http://dls.virginia.gov/PUBS/IDC/IDC11.pdf . For some reason, the document doesn’t list the bill numbers; still, the plain language explanations are good. Bonus unrelated Civil War link! Personally, I […]
The political world has turned its attention to Congresswoman Michele Bachmann after her impressive Nashua debate performance and her announcement to run for President of the United States. Cold Fusion HQ has gone on the record in stating that she will not win the presidency as it thinks it is just not going to happen. […]
Buried inside this Bloomberg report on the credit rating agencies threat to downgrade the U.S. if it defaults on its debt was a nugget that ought to send shivers through Virginia’s political class: Ratings directly linked to the U.S. government would move in step with any sovereign action, while some Aaa rankings of state and […]
Sen. Creigh Deeds joins his fellow western Virginia Democrats in facing a Republican challenger in this November’s election.
While some Republicans continue their sparring with one another over who should by the nominee for U.S. Senate in 2012, Lieutenant Governor Bill Bolling and Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli are openly questioning the presumptive Democratic nominee, former Governor Tim Kaine, about his view on the National Labor Relations Board’s stance with respect to Boeing and […]
President Obama, like all typical leftists, works tirelessly to obscure his statist agenda. Today’s press conference contained numerous examples of Obama’s use of leftist tactics of obfuscation. Since the leftist establishment news media won’t take a critical look at anything Obama says, I’ll do their job for them: [W]e’re reviewing government regulations so that we […]