First, check out the video: Second, as an alternative, Rep. J. Randy Forbes (R-VA04) continues to advocate for the New Manhattan Project and is introducing the bill again. The bill: Calls on the United States to reach 50% energy independence in 10 years and 100% in 20 years, and will award competitive prizes to the […]
Jody Wagner’s latest email blast attacks Bill Bolling for opposing Tim Kaine’s transportation proposal. “For the past four years, he’s put ideology ahead of governing, trying to lead the charge against Governor Kaine on everything from transportation funding…” Remember Kaine’s transportation funding bill? a billion dollar tax increase that lost in the House 98-0 and […]
The panelists have been announced for a proposed televised debate between Bob McDonnell, able and virtuous leader running to turn the Virginia economy around, and Creigh Deeds, massive tax and spender who one year ago today voted to enact regional sales and gas taxes on Hampton Roads and adding state tax increases on top of […]
Jay McConville just got a gift. Del. Kris Amundson, a leader in the Democratic Party of Virginia, had decided that it is time to leave office after two decades of public service. McConville was challenging Amundson for her seat in the House of Delegates and now will face Fairfax County Democratic Committee Chair Scott Surovell.
Blogs have often been associated with the “Wild West” – a domain where anything goes and almost anything can be said. But according to a report by the Washington Post, those days may be numbered: the Federal Trade Commission is about to weigh-in heavily in the Federal government’s first foray into monitoring what bloggers “say […]
This post is for the news editors of ABC, NBC, and CBS, all of whom lead the evening’s “news” broadcast with Gov. Sanford’s infidelity, instead of the apparent Tiananmen-style killing that is happening in Iran right now. Please, oh please, editors, spare us any lectures on why you are better because you are professionals. You […]
Higher fuel prices. Advantages to foreign energy producers. Price discrimination amongst energy producers. A lower gross domestic product. Everything a conservative should hate about government intervention in an industry is exhibited in the Waxman-Markey energy bill that is up for debate and vote later this week in Congress. The reality is that once again the […]
Joe Abbey, Creigh Deeds’ campaign manager, issued a statement today, imploring donors to give another $100K to the Deeds campaign by Jun. 30. Using the same old tired rhetoric about McDonnell’s “extreme social and economic agenda” (you mean the one that wants to create jobs, stimulate the economy, and keep taxes low?), Abbey also lays […]