Well, the happy, lazy summer days are gone. Rasmussen Reports has just released their latest poll calling the race a “toss up.” This is not a surprise to anyone here. Least of all Brian Kirwin about a month ago: Deeds hasn’t told anyone what he’d do as Governor, other than decide what to do once […]
Charlie Diradour…remember, that guy who wants to run for Congress in the 7th Congressional District but lives in the 3rd, has somehting in common with Egyptian culture: This video reminds me of the old quote – which wins, the unstoppable force or the immovable object? My guess is Republican Whip Eric Cantor is the unstoppable […]
Here’s an example of how Creigh Deeds treats women. “I think I’ve made myself very clear young lady.” He was speaking to Chelyen Davis (Fredricksburg Free Lance-Star) — one of the most experienced members of the Capitol press corps. Here’s the quote in context…where you can clearly see Creigh getting frustrated over questions about his […]
Steve Shannon feels the next Attorney General must stand strong on ethics and in defending the public trust. At least that’s how he’s shrouding his political ploy of attacking Ken Cuccinelli for understanding his responsibility as Attorney General. So will Steve Shannon return the $25,000 he has received from the Democratic Attorney Generals Association? You […]
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.