…if and only if Tim Kaine does not run: “It’s obviously nice when people say that,” Perriello said. “I think it’s meant to be a compliment. At the same time I join many others in hoping Tim Kaine will step up in this spot. … He’d be a great choice.” And if Kaine doesn’t run, […]
September 11th may have reshaped how Americans felt about the border, but it was dramatic changes in Mexico that made the issue as toxic as it is today.
Posted in its entirety for your information: Chairman Smith, Ranking Member Conyers, and distinguished members of the Committee: Thank you for inviting me to testify today. I am Kenneth T. Cuccinelli, II, and I currently serve as the Attorney General of the Commonwealth of Virginia. As you know, the Commonwealth is engaged in litigation with […]
Thank you very much to all who submitted entries into our logo contest. Now it’s up to you, the Bearing Drift reader, to help us make the final selection. In a series of elimination votes, we will narrow down the entries from four to one, beginning with your vote today. The top three will move […]
The House of Delegates passes a bill that makes rolling through a stop sign, red light or yield sign punishable as a class one misdemeanor, up to a year in jail, six months suspended license. Whiskey. Tango. Hotel.
The answer to this question? More than you’d think – and quite a bit more than your average Democrat from Northern Virginia is willing to admit.