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  • Brutal murder in Chesapeake receives sentencing, abortions continuePolitics

    In today’s Pilot editorial they (correctly) lament about a tragedy that occurred in South Norfolk where a baby girl (all of one-year-old) was “callously” murdered by two young men.

  • Virginian-Pilot Editorial Board – Why try?Catch-All

    I love that members of the Virginian-Pilot Editorial Board write individual columns now. The columns aren’t online, so you have to buy the newspaper to read them. Odd that writers so leftist would demand tree destruction to read their work. But for those who like insights to those who proclaim endorsements, you can see the […]

  • Deeds to Bash BushPolitics

    Apparently the Deeds campaign has decided they want to make Virginia’s gubernatorial race about former Pres. George Bush.

  • Ping Pong for Poverty!Catch-All

    By Del. Sal Iaquinto I am on the Board of an organization called People In Need (PIN), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that serves homeless people in Virginia Beach. We are having a fundraiser on September 19th and 20th called Ping Pong for Poverty! I am attaching a link for the event. If you are interested […]

  • Obama administration open to middle class tax increasesPolicy

    Call it “Dashed Hope.” The “Change We Can Believe In” wasn’t too believable. Barack Obama the candidate bragged about all the tax cuts he’d deliver. His campaign was based on “easing the burden on hardworking Americans by offering middle-class tax cuts three times the size of McCain’s.” Remember? 95% of Americans get a tax cut, […]

  • Portrait of a Trans-Partisan EndorsementPolitics

    On July 20th, Democrat Sheila Johnson sent shock waves through the establishment by endorsing a Republican: Bob McDonnell for Governor. Yesterday, she wrote a column in the Washington Post explaining her decision – and how she reached it. At the time of the endorsement, Bearing Drift opined: This is a post-racial, post-gender, trans-partisanship endorsement. It […]

  • Good for Sen. Warner on health carePolicy

    U.S. Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA) ran last year as a “radical centrist”, yet we haven’t seen much fiscal discipline from him in less than a year in Congress. Perhaps health care will finally be that moment. In an email to campaign supporters, Warner wrote: “Reforming our health care system is essential to ensuring a prosperous […]

  • Deeds looks to polling and castration to change momentum?Politics

    Shaun has two interesting posts up this weekend about Democratic gubernatorial candidate Creigh Deeds. First, Deeds justifies his “experience” in dealing with the Virginia economy by claiming that he knows how to “castrate” animals (Personally, we don’t need to go that far; spending cuts is the only cutting we really need). Second, Democrats have called […]

  • See “Dirty Dancing” for a great causeCatch-All

    H/T to Vivian Paige on alerting me to this. Aug. 2nd at 4 PM and 7 PM at Cinema Cafe in Virginia Beach. See “Dirty Dancing” and help fight Pancreatic Cancer. More info here.

  • Forbes: Just Read the BillPolicy

    Guest Post by Rep. J. Randy Forbes (R-VA04) Could you read 2,501 pages in 24 hours? In the unlikely case that you are considering whether you could, let’s put it into perspective – 2,501 pages is almost double the size of a paperback copy of War and Peace. It’s over three times the size of […]

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