What’s the biggest outrage? That his voters keep sending this arrogant flouter of rules back to Washington year after year, or that he’s willing to break ethics rules to defend against ethics charges.
Shall we call it the Ministry of Truth or the Protectors of Freedom? According the Wall Street Journal, the Obama Administration is about to release via the U.S. Commerce Department their vision for “policing Internet privacy” and will call for new regulations and the creation of a new position to oversee these privacy laws. The […]
Today, Sunshine Review launched a new website called Sunshine Standard, which is a new online platform designed for legislators and activists that will become a national model for launching transparency reforms across the country and will assist Americans in holding their legislators accountable. Mike Barnhart, President of Sunshine Review, said in a statement: “Most state […]
Old Dominion University is a reasonably safe place to work and go to school, but the campus police are not omnipresent (nor should they be) and crime still happens. Since August 30th of this year, there have been 64 cases of larceny, four robberies, and eight cases of assault (as of September 29th, 2010). That’s […]
Noted economist and political commentator Thomas Sowell has written an excellent article at the National Review Online in which he lays out the need for judicial reform. The concept of Judicial Reform is not new, Christian Conservatives specifically, have been clamoring for years about the need for a reformation of the judiciary. However, the issue […]
It looks like Virginia Dems stopped the bleeding in Virginia. After seeing Rick Boucher, Tom Perriello, and Glenn Nye go down in flames, it appears they will hold on to the 11th by 981 votes.