Once a decade the US government conducts a census to determine how many representatives each state can send to Congress. The representation is regardless whether a person is a man or a woman, white or black, young or old. A few questions on the 2010 Census are concerning to me: Question #2 asks us to […]
As I was reading The Wall Street Journal during my morning cup of coffee, two articles caught my interest, especially our economy seems to be tanking lately. One article discussed how personal income has been dropping around the country, and the other one focused on how the national debt has been impacting the Federal Reserve, […]
In light of what may or may not have started with a 5th District Nut Job posting Congressman Tom Perriello’s ‘home’ (his brother’s) address on his blog, there has been a wave of anti-health care and pro-health care violence or threats against individuals voting for the health care bill passed this weekend. Today, 5th District […]
Today Representative Bob Goodlatte introduced the “Virginia Access to Energy Act”. H.R. 4942, removes the regulatory road blocks that are impeding the exploration for natural gas and crude oil in Virginia’s waters of the Outer Continental Shelf. Joining Congressman Bob Goodlatte as original co-sponsors of this legislation were Representatives Rob Wittman (VA-1), Glenn Nye (VA-2), […]
$23 Million from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act will be distributed to Virginia localities, small businesses, and individuals for energy conservation.
Governor Bob McDonnell yesterday announced the appointment of Chesterfield Delegate Sam Nixon to serve as Chief Information Officer of the Virginia Information Technologies Agency. Governor McDonnell Appoints Delegate Sam Nixon to Head Virginia Information Technologies Agency – As Chief Information Officer, Nixon Will Report Directly to Governor through Secretary of Technology Jim Duffey; McDonnell Legislation […]
Scott Rigell just can’t buy a break. Last week, Ken Golden brought Rigell’s past donations to the Yes! campaign and Barack Obama to light at the Virginia Beach GOP Saturday Morning Breakfast. Earlier this week Ben Loyola and Scott Taylor became embroiled in a controversy with him over identical congressional reforms. Then he announced that […]
(Ed note: Yea. I just came up with that cheesy name for this “scandal”. Sue me.) Scott Taylor, candidate for the GOP nomination in the 2nd Congressional District, responded through his campaign manager to the controversy associated with his joint statement with Ben Loyola over the “Contract on Congress.” The Rigell campaign has accused Taylor […]