Today in the House of Delegates in the House Privileges and Elections committee, a measure to include the term ‘right-to-work’ in the constitution passed in a largely partisan vote, unsurprisingly. However, surprisingly, the 2nd district Delegate, Clarence ‘Bud’ Phillips, decried the measure. In doing so, he was quoted: “I don’t believe we ought to trash […]
Reince Priebus has been elected as the new chairman of the Republican National Committee.
The logical dangers of regulating speech.
The man speaking Tuesday at the Norfolk Forum didn’t sound like a man who wants a cabinet appointment: The Obama Administration…”did a really terrible job handling health care reform…You can’t turn something that complicated loose on the United States Congress…People got scared. People got mad…. We lost an enormous amount of time on health care…. […]
Today, Governor Bob McDonnell announced that revenue collections were up by 9.5 percent over the previous year. This has marked consecutive revenue growth over the course of nine months from the previous year. Click here for the revenue report. Most of this revenue growth was caused by withholding corporate income and sales tax collections. This […]
Once again, Virginia leads the way as Roanoke congressman Bob Goodlatte reintroduces the Balanced Budget Amendment…with a little help from his friends in the Virginia delegation.
Some mops and doos are better than others…of these Virginia politicos, who do you think has the best? McDonnell Saslaw Vogel Schapiro Miller Habeeb Of course, none of them can come close to this guy who always has a comb in his back pocket:
What the hell is Americans For Prosperity? Four years ago, that would have been a serious question. Today, just ask (former) Congressman Rick Boucher whether AFP-VA matters. Ben Marchi announced his departure today from AFP-VA, and the list of accomplishments is worthwhile. Rising from literally nothing, AFP-VA has scalps — and that’s a claim that […]