In a budget amendment that will be presented Dec. 17, the McDonnell administration hopes that $1 million invested in OpSail 2012 will reap at least 50 times more in tourism dollars into Hampton Roads. Exclusive interview with Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling, chief jobs officer.
Northern Virginians know the Metropolitan Washington Transit Authority, which operates our Metro, as excellent at one thing: mis-management (and the waste that accompanies it). At least one website is devoted to its publicly exposing that mismanagement. Opponents of extending the MetroRail to Dulles Airport, including then State Senator Cuccinelli, argued that the project would be […]
With Jamie Radtke not be running again for another term as Chairman of the Virginia Tea Party Patriots Federation is she looking to run for the U.S. Senate in 2012?
Brian Moran, former delegate and gubernatorial candidate, has returned to the political scene as chairman of the Democratic Party of Virginia. We’re glad he’s back.
While Virginia suffered a minor setback on transportation funding with the Obama administration’s short-sighted approach to oil and natural gas exploration and drilling, there are still several good things ongoing at the state level to meet our transportation needs.
Once is a mistake. Twice is a pattern.
In the 1984 movie “Ghostbusters”, an overzealous junior administrator from the Environmental Protection Agency named Walter Peck takes brash action against the paranormal bunch because he didn’t understand the environmental impact of their “containment grid” for the ghosts.
It’s not often we’ll highlight the words of a Democratic U.S. Senator, particularly one from the northeast, in a positive way, but I think last week’s farewell remarks from Sen. Chris Dodd bear a listen. Kudos to Senator Dodd for these remarks. Pay particular attention to when he speaks of a hyperpartisan 24-7 new media. […]
Councilman Bob Dyer liked Governor McDonnell’s Commission on Government Reform so much, he thinks Virginia Beach should form one, too.