People often ask how to crack the Catholic voter. Sure we’re pro-life, and for most faithful Catholics that puts us squarely in the Republican Party, or at the very least aligned with the modern American conservative movement. But in another sense, when you start asking deeper questions, there’s a strong social justice current within the […]
Republican Nominee Sen. Robert Hurt has now said he will not debate independent candidate Jeff Clark, even after saying he would.
How many lessons do Republicans need to learn from Ronald Reagan.
2010 summer reading list from Bearing Drift – Virginia’s conservative political blog
Tanya Bullock, an African American attorney, kicked off with a bang.
Her intro speakers? Del. Sal Iaquinto. Councilman Glenn Davis. Also in the crowd was seen Del. Barry Knight, Councilman Bill DeSteph, Vice Mayor Louis Jones, and a bevy of School Board members.
Lieutenant Governor Bill Bolling announced today that James Madison University will receive $800,000 from the government to further develop wind turbine testing, research and curriculum.
Last night in his first Oval Office Address, Barack Obama finally managed to fulfill his campaign promise of bringing Washington to bipartisan agreement. It was nearly unanimous. He stunk up the joint. When you have Keith Olberman and Chris Matthews, Barack’s backside-blessing buddies at MSNBC saying things like “It was a great speech if you […]
Governor Bob McDonnell announced that the Commonwealth would begin preparing for the age of electric car, but did he count on pitching Virginia as a place for jobs to Terry McAuliffe?