URGENT UPDATE: After weeks at #1, we have now fallen to 2nd place at the last minute. We need to raise another $150 by noon today to get back on top! Please donate if you can! Tomorrow (Friday) is the last day to make a donation to support Josh in the Down Syndrome Association of […]
According to the Lynchburg News and Advance, Attorney General Cuccinelli told a group of Amherst County Republicans Wednesday, that he was prepared to do legal battle with the Federal government over internet regulations. Apparently, Cuccinelli expects that that Federal Communications Commission will move ahead with regulations on the internet despite a court order telling them that they had […]
With the release of August’s regional unemployment figures, Bill Stanley hammers Sen. Reynolds’ record on job-creating policies during his 14-year tenure in the state Senate.
Tom Harmon’s passion for local issues dominated his conversation, and he declared that his opponent has not done her job in serving her constituents in this manner. He was not hesitant to say, “Mamie Locke lacks leadership.”
Democrat Roscoe Reynolds, in the midst of a tough fight to retain the state Senate seat he’s warmed since the late 1990s, has decided that the best way to combat the spread of crystal meth is to make common decongestants and allergy medications Schedule III controlled substances available only by prescription: A proposed law, sponsored […]
In case you missed the official call for the upcoming State Central Committee meeting for this coming Saturday, you may have missed the one small line that sums up the entire meeting. 2013 Nomination Process for Governor, Lt. Governor, and Attorney General That’s right everyone, as if the November 2010 meeting determining the nominating process […]
The Supreme Court is going to take a look at the Obamacare lawsuit brought by 26 states Attorneys General, ideally before the November 2012 elections: The court could indicate as soon as November whether and when it will hear the case. It is a near certainty the justices will get involved, especially because lower courts […]
In 2010, there was a nationwide controversy regarding a sentence in a newly approved 4th Grade Virginia History textbook. This controversy has been revived by the Associated Press upon the final approval of the corrected version. In the original book by Joy Masoff, she asserted that “thousands of Southern blacks fought in the Confederate ranks, […]