• So, when has Cuccinelli been wrong on the *law*?Policy

    The last three weeks have been amusing as liberals have attacked Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli over his legal justifications on “sexual orientation” as a protected class and defending Virginia’s sovereignty against federal overstretch in the regulation of commerce. So, this leads me to ask one question – under the law, where has Cuccinelli been wrong? […]

  • Rigell to pick up Sessoms endorsementPolitics

    Scott Rigell announced he will be appearing with Mayor Will Sessoms Thursday to clarify each gentlemen’s “position” on the 2nd District GOP nomination campaign. “For the first time, the Mayor will be making public his position on the congressional campaign for Virginia’s Second Congressional seat. Scott Rigell, the leading candidate for the Republican nomination in […]

  • Taylor and Loyola team up on “Contract”Politics

    Scott Taylor and Ben Loyola are joining forces, sort of. The two candidates for the 2nd District nomination issued a joint release which describes reforms that they will push for, regardless of who is elected between them. The “Contract on Congress” (what is this – “take the gun, leave the canolis”?) says: “No Taxpayer Propaganda […]

  • What has Jerry Brown done to you?Politics

    Alright, 2010 is not just about Congress. There are 34 gubernatorial races this year, and one is out in California. Jerry Brown, who is running as the Democrat, is notorious for his high tax policies as a former governor of California and mayor of Oakland, but with little bang for the buck. He has sealed […]

  • Party time! Perriello celebrates with Stupak over healthcareCatch-All

    Roll Call has the details. “What better way to celebrate passing history-making legislation than kicking back at a dive bar famous for its cheap beer and taxidermy-heavy décor? A large group of House Democrats defied cigar-and-champagne stereotypes by partying down until the wee hours after the health care vote at the decidedly downscale Tune Inn […]

  • 5th District Lynchburg Tea Party Nut Job Crosses the LinePolicyPolitics

    I wish I had a ‘so stupid you can’t make it up’ category tonight. Posted on Politico: A tea party organizer angry over Rep. Tom Perriello’s (D-Va.) vote in favor of health care reform published what he thought was the freshman member’s home address on a blog, in case any readers “want to drop by” […]

  • It’s not about the sunshine: Liberal rhetoric dismisses substantive debatePolicy

    I’ve been amused to read in several places today those who support the federal takeover of 1/6 of our national economy saying that the “sun will still come up tomorrow”. They’re absolutely right. But for a list of other things that will happen because of passage of this bill, I think Brian S over at […]

  • McDonnell releases statement on healthcare passagePolicy

    Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell just released a statement on the impact of healthcare reform on Virginia and what can be expected in the short term from Virginia’s government to oppose the federal mandate: “Expanding access to reasonably priced quality healthcare is a bipartisan goal. We all agree that we must make it easier for Americans […]

  • Short Term Pain, Long Term GainPolicyPolitics

    I have heard many statements of despair over the past day in regards to the terrible Healthcare “Reform” Bill that passed Congress last night. This bill is truly a terrible bill and it will likely have immediate consequences on our Constitutional liberties. I am young, however, at no point in recent history can I think […]

  • Health Care driven by Liberal Democrat EgoPolicy

    I now understand liberals. Took me years of talking to editorial boards and debating lefties before it hit me last night. It would’ve hit me during Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s speech, but the sentiments were equaled by so many other Democrats that by the time she took to the well, it was well […]