I hear the mantra quite often: “Take care of your employees, and they will take care of you.” Unfortunately, when you’re going out of business, like Circuit City, you might wonder whether the senior management cares at all.
Candidate for the GOP nomination for Attorney General, John Brownlee, released this YouTube video, hoping to inspire delegates to attend GOP convention this May… Effective? Speaking of Brownlee, he went after Sen. Ken Cuccinelli’s vote yesterday on the “Triggerman Rule”:
The General Assembly that banned smoking in bars and restaurants says concealed guns in restaurants and bars are ok. Of course that means smoking guns will still be banned, I guess. Kaine will probably veto it again if it makes it through conference, but someone needs to explain to me why it’s a good thing […]
In this part of the interview, Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA06), discusses the impact of the federal stimulus bill on the state, as well as the private sector. We also discuss how Republicans would address solving the issues of the economy and energy, and we talk about the balanced budget amendment:
Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA06) joined me tonight after the president addressed a joint session of congress to offer his immediate views on the speech and proposals being made by the administration. Here is part one of our conversation. Part two will be available tomorrow is now available too. Jim: Obama spoke a lot about energy, […]
Well, the time has almost arrived for Pres. Barack Obama to report from time to time to the Congress information of the state of the union. What does he have to say? What will he say? What are your expectations? What will make you the most upset? The most satisfied? What will make you laugh? […]
Addressing “gay and lesbian kids” watching the ceremony, …”No matter what everyone tells you, God does love you … very soon, I promise you, you will have equal rights federally across this great nation of ours.” – Milk writer Dustin Lance Black Nothing like Hollywood targeting children for gay rights activism, huh? And that was […]
Much has been made about our need for scientists, engineers, mathematicians, financiers, and economists to continue moving this great country along its great path. And I agree with that. But part of a well-rounded and developed education has to include the arts – and in this case, music – in the curriculum.