State Sen. Creigh Deeds, along with U.S. Sen. Mark Warner, will be announcing his economic plan in Roanoke today. According to a Deeds release, the plan will “create jobs and jump-start Virginia’s economy.” Update (10:50 a.m.): CREIGH DEEDS RELEASES PLAN TO JUMP START VIRGINIA’S ECONOMY AND CREATE JOBS ~ Focuses on green jobs, tax cuts, […]
40 years ago today, Neil Armstrong made world history by stepping on a moon. While the milestone was an amazing engineering feat, it is one that I personally feel was unnecessary. Don’t get me wrong, I think Astronauts are great and I’m proud America was the first to achieve the goal, but human space flight […]
Endorsements in a Governor’s race are fairly common, so my ears perk up when a candidate announces a press conference for one. Bob McDonnell will be announcing an “important endorsement” Monday at 3 PM in the General Assembly building in Richmond. Whom could it be?
When he has a friend like Joe Biden? Campaigning for Creigh Deeds, Biden claimed that we have to spend more money to keep from going bankrupt. Really? I couldn’t make this stuff up. News flash, Joe. California’s been trying that for awhile, and, guess what – they ARE bankrupt! Is that kind of spending part […]
This will run for a couple seconds before the music starts. Lyrics by Brian Kirwin Don’t know much about math, you see Don’t know our economy Don’t know why my budget was so wrong “Four billion off” is my campaign song But I do know that I’ll fool you Into giving us more revenue What […]
Representing something akin to “meet me in the playground after school”, Sen. Ken Cuccinelli issued the following challenge to Del. Steve Shannon today: FAIRFAX — After hearing of Steve Shannon’s silly, time wasting tele-conference, Senator Ken Cuccinelli pledges NOT to do the same. However, Ken Cuccinelli did issue the following challenge: “Steve, last week I […]
The Hill reports that 21 Dem Freshmen, including Reps. Glenn Nye, Gerry Connolly and Tom Perriello, signed a letter today telling Speaker Nancy Pelosi that they can not support the tax increases in Obama’s health care plan. They even criticize the rollback of the Bush tax cuts, something Democrats have campaigned on constantly. Maybe someone […]
Guest post by Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA06) Earlier this week Democratic Leaders in Congress introduced the “America’s Affordable Health Choices Act”, which sets the tone for a Washington takeover of the health care system —one defined by federal regulation, mandates, a myriad of new big government programs, and a significant increase in federal spending.