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  • Deeds follows McDonnell’s lead again, this time on pay-cutPolitics

    I’m glad Sen. Creigh Deeds, Virginia Democratic candidate for governor, agrees so much with his Republican opponent, Bob McDonnell. After all, McDonnell’s ideas are terrific. What’s the latest? A gubernatorial pay-cut. Wednesday, McDonnell said he would cut his salary as governor. Today, Deeds said he would do the same. If Deeds agrees with McDonnell so […]

  • Tim Hawkins: The Government CanCatch-All

    Tim Hawkins releases this awesome parody:

  • McDonnell Racks up Endorsements; Deeds Boxes With GhostsPolitics

    In the past few days, both Gubernatorial campaigns have released new ads touting their candidacies. The differences in the two could not be more telling about the direction their campaigns are going. Bob McDonnell uses his airtime to talk about his specific, forward-looking plans for the economy, jobs, and energy, three issues Virginians are thinking […]

  • The Left attacks those who defend VirginiaPolicy

    Those quaint non-partisan folks who never say a mean word about anyone: Move On, whom I wish actually would, who was calling Presidents “Hitler” long before Town Meetings were so popular, has teamed with the Sierra Club, who is so “non-partisan” they are still streaming Barack Obama campaign ads on their website, the League of […]

  • Ted Kennedy dead at 77

    “Edward M. Kennedy, the husband, father, grandfather, brother and uncle we loved so deeply, died late Tuesday night at home in Hyannis Port,” said a statement from the Kennedy family.

  • New Energy, New JobsPolitics

    McDonnell’s latest commercial advocates for his “all of the above” approach to energy, which he thinks will bring new jobs to Virginia: The Democrats called the ad “more of the same”. “[McDonnell] promises energy jobs NOW, but he’s already dismissed alternative energy and hasn’t shown how he can expand traditional oil drilling anytime during the […]

  • “Slaying Leviathan” releasedCatch-All

    Leslie Carbone’s book, “Slaying Leviathan: the Moral Case for Tax Reform” has just been released. Get your copy today! The late Jack Kemp called it “a devastating indictment of the absurdity that has masqueraded as tax policy for the last century.” “With government foolishly trying to plunder America’s way back to prosperity, I’m hopeful that […]

  • VEA endorses GOP’s Jason Call for DelegatePolitics

    The Virginia Education Association turned some heads today by endorsing Jason Call, Republican for Delegate against Norfolk’s Delegate Algie Howell. The 90th also includes parts of Chesapeake and Virginia Beach. Call was justifiably proud of the endorsement, adding “We need to reengage our youth in the American Dream to combat drugs, gangs, and teen pregnancy. […]

  • Embattled Mayor racks up expensesPolicy

    Portsmouth taxpayers foot the bill for Mayor Holley’s limos, travel, meals for him and his wife to places like Key West and Fort Lauderdale. WAVY TV-10 broke the story about $14,000 of taxpayer-paid travel, meals and hotels over the last 18 months. This while being fined by his own City Council, each of them asking […]

  • No Public Transport to Public OptionPolicy

    Sometimes I really feel special to have Jim Moran (D-VA-8) as my congressman. For someone who has emphasized public transportation so much, I find it quite odd that the town hall meeting Tuesday night with Howard Dean is not accessible via public transportation. The town hall is being held at South Lakes High School (of […]

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