I now understand why Obama wants protections for people who pile up credit card balances. Hope and Change has become Hike spending and Charge it. Just months after saying he’d cut the budget deficit in half, now Obama wants to finance half the budget. Well, I guess if you just keep saying the word “half” […]
Apparently, reports are saying Chairman T-Mac drew a whopping 30 at his meeting in Norfolk yesterday with will.i.am. Perhaps he would have been better off if he campaigned with this guy. That is, unless, Chairman T-Mac really is courting the suburban teenage vote.
John Brownlee, Sen. Ken Cuccinelli, and Dave Foster gathered together one final time in Hampton Roads to make their case as to why they should be Virginia’s next Republican candidate for Attorney General. At a gathering of the Republican Party of Virginia Beach, what started as a relatively collegial and benign policy debate turned into […]
From the “if a Republican said this about a Democrat, they’d be skewered” Department. Wanda Sykes, noted Obama supporter from Portsmouth, VA and standup up comedian offered up this laugher. Wow..the comedy of this woman. I’m still just laughing to no end! “I hope his kidneys fail,” Sykes said about Rush Limbaugh. Isn’t that funny? […]
The problem is more pronounced in Virginia, for specific reasons I think, but it’s definitely there, and then end result is Congressional disapproval ratings consistently in the high 50s to 60s and even 70s in some recent months. But here in Virginia’s 2nd Congressional District, with a Democrat who needed Obama’s hand to get him […]
Guest post by Rep. Bob Goodlatte Congressional Democrats are working to pass a massive new energy tax on all Americans simply for using the only energy option available to them – electricity. Congressman Henry Waxman, Chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, has introduced the so-called “American Clean Energy and Security” legislation, which implements […]
We have a fantastic opportunity to set up the 2010 and 2012 elections, regain our footing as fiscal conservatives, and box in the Democrats into their big spending souls. But to do so, we need to ramp up our critique of his puny effort the cut some government spending, but we need an about-face on […]
I’m attending the Offshore Technology Conference in Houston, TX this week and had the pleasure to speak with the American Petroleum Institute’s President, Jack Gerard, and the Institute for 21st Century Energy’s President, Karen Harbert, about the state of energy production in the OCS in Virginia waters. It was very interesting to hear Gerard’s take […]