In today’s Richmond Times Dispatch, Ken Cuccinelli addresses Steve Shannon’s political ploy to turn the Attorney General’s job into a part time position: Cuccinelli said one possible outcome of the ethics panel is to refer the case to the attorney general. “I’m not going to call for [a resignation] because that would suggest a conclusion […]
From VirginiaEnergy.org: Don’t let baseless scare tactics and misinformation stand in the way of ending America’s dependence on foreign energy. America imports more than 90% of the uranium we use to fuel nuclear power. The Coles Hill uranium deposit in Southside Virginia is the largest untapped deposit in the United States and could play a […]
Creigh Deeds has been campaigning all summer on “continuing the Kaine and Warner” legacy of governing in Virginia (you know, higher taxes, massive budget deficits, etc.), however, yesterday Contemporary Conservative points out that Deeds is breaking from Gov. Tim Kaine over the pension plan for state employees. “Maximus” writes that Deeds, in the span of […]
Tag Greason, father of three and small businessman, talks about his challenger campaign to Del. David Poisson in the 32nd District. Greason is campaigning on pro-family, pro-business issues in Loudoun County, and makes the case for why Del. Poisson has not done the job effectively.
Washington Post writer Amy Gardner claimed that she was cued into Bob McDonnell’s thesis because of an interview the paper conducted with him. “The Washington Post learned of the thesis in a recent interview with McDonnell, who mentioned it in answering a question about his political roots.” She went onto write “McDonnell brought up the […]
Lowell Feld is reporting that Steve Shannon held a conference call today to emphasize to Virginians that he would be unable to fulfill his role as Attorney General because of the strong urge to score political points. From Blue Virginia: “Delegate Hamilton’s actions are intolerable. That is why I was the first state official to […]
Virginia 3rd Congressional District resident and hopeful 7th District Democratic nominee Charlie Diradour announced yesterday that he would be running against Rep. Eric Cantor because Rep. Cantor was tweeting during President Obama’s joint session address on Health Care. Problem is, Cantor wasn’t tweeting. He was taking notes. Prompting Diradour to announce that his reason for […]
Remember a couple of weeks ago when a female Deeds staffer called the McDonnell campaign, attempting to pose as a reporter to get news releases? It sent Deeds campaign manger Joe Abbey into orbit and he reprimanded the worker. Well, now something similar has happened. Apparently someone at Deeds camp has gone off the reservation […]