These newspapers pelt government offices repeatedly for emails, documents, agendas, minutes and even text messages searching for stories. If their sudden policies have changed and requests for government documents are suddenly “chilling assaults” and “harassment,” they better gather what few reporters they have left and let them know.
I’m at the Chesapeake Conference Center for a huge event of regionalism. Vision Hampton Roads is the impetus, fostering a 5-year economic development strategy to impact job growth and quality of life for Hampton Roads. Gov. Bob McDonnell is the keynote speaker and there is easily 500-600 folks seated for the event and others milling […]
As Ninth District Republicans prepare to gather on May 22nd to choose the Republican candidate to take on Rick Boucher this November, now is the time to start focusing on what should be the most important factor in choosing our nominee: winning. 14-term incumbents do not just roll over and give away their seats, even […]
“Der Krieg ist eine bloße Fortsetzung der Politik mit anderen Mitteln” – Carl von Clausewitz, On War (1832) The handicapped are the model citizens of tomorrow. That sounds like the very worst of what many Americans would consider to be a conservative viewpoint. Cold, meritless, individualistic, and unfeeling — it is the perfect caricature of […]
I came across an interesting discovery today when looking for Laura Bush’s upcoming book schedule. Take a visit to www.laurabush.com and you’ll notice that it redirects to none other than www.barackobama.com, weird huh?
On Saturday, May 8th delegates to the Republican 2nd District Convention will elect a new Chairman to lead the District for the next two years. This contest is a “re-match” from 2008, when Gary Byler defeated incumbent Bruce Meyer by a comfortable margin. While the candidates are the same, the political climate is not and […]
Hampton Roads area park on verge of winning $30,000 in Sears giveaway contest to repair arson damages