Governor McDonnell is set to release his full list of proposed budget amendments today. Among them, for the second time he will recommend phasing out funding for public broadcast service. This will save an estimated $4 million by 2013. And, doesn’t that make sense? Recent outcries over the liberal bias of National Public Radio and […]
Early this morning (just after midnight) the Bush-era tax rates were extended for another two years with overwhelming bipartisan support (277-148), but there was also bipartisan discontent.
In an article on the Virginia Politics Blog of the Washington Post, Anita Kumar describes an interview that Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli gave to Virginia Insight with Tom Graham in which he did not rule out a run for governor in 2013. There has been widespread interest among TEA Party and other conservative activists for […]
I thought that with alternative fuels, our planet was supposed to get greener, butterfiles were to flutter further, and the sun was to shine a bit brighter? Not so fast. Apparently biomass – you know, that so-called “green technology” that’s been advocated from McAuliffe to McDonnell – is also on the list of evils that […]
“Criticism in the…media is to [Palin] is what blood is to a vampire: a life giving sustenance that ultimately may well destroy the source” (From Hadley Freeman; h/t Atlantic Wire) Ouch. Perhaps what hurts more is that “The Hill” released a head-to-head poll between Palin and Obama and he wins handily 55-33.
All this name-calling hasn’t changed the fact that Democrats got “shellacked” in 2009 here in Virginia and 2010 nationally.
Another reason why California should be declared a no-brain zone. Some lame dolt and an organization of lame dolts are suing McDonald’s because…I can’t believe I’m typing this….Happy Meals are marketed to kids. I’m not kidding. Someone filed a lawsuit against McDonald’s because they market Happy Meals to kids. See, Happy Meals include a small […]
In the special election to replace Congressman-elect Morgan Griffith in the Virginia House of Delegates, Republican Greg Habeeb has a lead over his Democratic opponent among likely voters 61-23, sources close to the campaign tell Bearing Drift.