• Nye quietly building a record – and a war chestPolitics

    While six Second District Republicans attempt to differentiate themselves from one another in a long primary campaign, over the past two years, the opponent they would like to challenge in the November General Election, freshman Rep. Glenn Nye, has been steadily building a solid record on veterans’ issues and raking in the campaign cash. Nye […]

  • Bob Said What?!?Politics

    JR was one of the first to respond to media reports about Delegate Bob Marshall’s (R-13) recent comments. Marshall has drawn a firestorm of criticism for what the News Leader reported him as saying: “State Delegate Bob Marshall of Manassas says disabled children are God’s punishment to women who have aborted their first pregnancy.” But […]

  • ‘Freestyle’ Rap Comes to the 2nd District RaceCatch-AllPolitics

    Scott Taylor Supporter (note: this is a Facebook video, so no posting or embeding here and must be on facebook to view, sorry!)

  • Two Weeks

    Something special from BD is on the way.

  • Did Webb payback McDonnell for Kaine last year?

    Last February, due to scheduling conflicts, all Republicans in the congressional delegation failed to meet with part-time governor and full-time DNC Chair Tim Kaine in Richmond. At the time, Sen. Jim Webb said: “Virginia has had a long history of bipartisan work when it comes to issues that transcends politics and affect the people of […]

  • Verga: Politicians like Perriello and Hurt Don’t Understand Job CreationPolitics

    Guest post by Laurence Verga, candidate for the 5th Congressional District Republican nomination ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VA – American enterprise, small business, and in the end, people are the driving force of job creation. Government, at any level does not create jobs. Fundamentally, we need to understand that in order to create jobs we must free […]

  • Is Boucher Really Vulnerable?Politics

    This week, as talk spread of a real live contested election in Virginia’s Ninth Congressional District, I have had folks ask me one question over and over: Can Rick Boucher be beaten? My answer: yes. Of course, I would immediately follow that by explaining that it is going to be an extraordinarily difficult task and […]

  • Driving on Both SidesPolicy

    One day you’re speaking at CPAC bashing “big government spenders” and the next you’re voting for a counter-productive “jobs” bill. What were we to expect anyway? But Scott Brown wasn’t the only Republican to break the filibuster, Kit Bond of Missouri, Susan Collins and Olympia Snowe of Maine, and George Voinovich of Ohio also voted […]

  • Offshore Energy Revenue Bill Passes!!!!Policy

    From Gov. McDonnell: Statement of the Governor on General Assembly Passage of McDonnell Offshore Royalties Bill -Key Piece of McDonnell Agenda Passes House and Senate with Bipartisan Support- Positions Commonwealth to Move Forward in Becoming First State on East Coast to Produce Energy Offshore; Part of Governor’s Comprehensive Energy Plan for Commonwealth RICHMOND- Governor Bob […]

  • Bob Marshall’s God is not my God (UPDATED)

    From PoliticalWire: Virginia State Delegate Bob Marshall (R) “says disabled children are God’s punishment to women who have aborted their first pregnancy,” reports the News Leader. Said Marshall: “The number of children who are born subsequent to a first abortion with handicaps has increased dramatically. Why? Because when you abort the first born of any, […]