Last week’s post on Lee-Jackson Day has certainly stimulated discussion. If you have not been compelled to sign our petition or comment on the original post, we’re still interested in your view. So, what’s your opinion?
Guest post by Terri Kurowski We’ve been lied to, Big Time. The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. We’ve already had several bailouts and a stimulus package and in fact, things have gotten worse, not better. I heard on the morning news that one of the […]
Not like it’s a major policy move, but Speaker Howell is now allowing cameras into the House chamber for live-streaming of debate and speeches via the internet. In a statement that reads like a petulant child saying, “Why is Johnny getting the ice cream cone, I’m the one who deserves it!” House Democrats released this […]
Guest post by Rep. J. Randy Forbes A friend of mine, Rolfe Carawan, an author and motivational speaker, recently pointed out to me the unique way in which lions hunt. Apparently, in the savanna grasslands of Africa when lions are ready to hunt, a male lion runs to one side of the grassland to prepare […]
Starting January 14th, all General Assembly sessions of the House of Delegates will be broadcast via streaming video on the General Assembly’s website. “Online video broadcasts provide not only a window into the seriousness and solution-oriented nature of the legislative process, but also a responsible and unfiltered method of allowing more Virginians to see the […]
Several blogs around the commonwealth are asking this very question: Can Republican Joe Murray win in the 46th? It’s possible, but he will certainly need support to do so.
Didn’t take Glenn Nye long to ask for government spending. Of course, he’s asking for money for Virginia’s military bases… In a letter to Speaker Pelosi, Nye wrote: “Military construction is a key component of both our national security and our national economy. Every dollar spent on military infrastructure supports not one but two family […]
34 minutes. Senators had only 34 minutes to review last years $77B biennial budget under the leadership of Democrat Dick Saslaw. Now, with a state deficit of $3B, Democrats have only themselves to blame for a lack of transparency and oversight in the review of last year’s budget – where Republicans were stating that the […]