So much has ticked me off lately, I wanted to share it with you in one huge post. Jon Cash says he was fired as WAVY-TV weatherman because of religious discrimination, so he’s suing and complaining to the EEOC. Talk about “Leave everything and follow me,” eh? Personally, I’m not one for suing an employer […]
You’re 23. You go to a party. You drink a little. Some not so flattering pictures are taken of you horsing around with your friends. Five years later you decide to run for Congress. Those pictures end up on the internet, on a regional blog written by supporters of your opponent, which gets picked up […]
Our podcast returns! This week we look at the president’s visit to Virginia, the ABC privatization debate as an indicator of basic liberal philosophy, polling in the 2nd and 5th Districts, and is Kenny Golden breaking a promise?
Special Election Preview Edition of Virginia Politics On Demand!
The latest SurveyUSA poll (which, by the way, over projected Democratic turnout) shows Rick Boucher with a 15 pt. lead over Morgan Griffith in the Fightin’ 9th District. But the National Republican Congressional Committee is out with a new ad buy. Does that mean they still think it’s winnable?
For those of you in RoVA, have you heard about this principled move in Prince William County to reject one-time stimulus money (due to its future unfunded mandate)? The decision is explained in the attached video clip by Board of Supervisor’s Chairman Corey Stewart. While Stewart does a great job of outlining the problem posed […]
Just saw an admittedly effective ad by the DCCC on Scott Rigell and the Cash for Clunkers. It calls Rigell’s stance against bailouts hypocrisy. The problem? Glenn Nye voted for Cash for Clunkers, not to mention continually trying to take credit for voting against the bailout when he wasn’t even in Congress. Doesn’t anyone at […]