• Best Letter to the Editor I’ve seenCatch-All

    Nope, No Bias By Susan Hurley of Virginia Beach. I must have my dates confused. I thought the Democratic primary to choose the gubernatorial nominee wasn’t until next Tuesday and that the largest Republican state convention in 15 years was this past Saturday. However, The Pilot chose to make the three Democratic candidates its front-page, […]

  • PPP: Three Way Tie In Democratic PrimaryPolitics

    Public Policy Polling is showing a statistical tie in the Democratic primary for Governor but the momentum is very much in Creigh Deeds’s favor: Over the last month he has gone from 14% to 20% to 27% in the polls while McAuliffe has dropped from 30% to 29% to 24% and Moran has pretty much […]

  • Fundraising reportPolitics

    D.J. McGuire, Jeffersoniad’s very own candidate this election cycle – and who has now turned-up writing at Virtucon (and doing a fantastic job) – writes about yesterday’s release of fundraising reports from last quarter. His synopsis: McDonnell is already the Republican nominee, and the Dems have one more week to go before primary day. I […]

  • Deeds for the Democratic gubernatorial nominationPolitics

    Deeds scares me. A mere 150-plus voters switching their preference from Bob McDonnell to Creigh Deeds in 2005 and we’d be talking about Attorney General Deeds and Del. Bob McDonnell. In fact, McDonnell would probably just be running for attorney general again…if he could have even won the nomination this year. Oh…how quickly Democrats forget.

  • Candidate Introduction Series: Ernesto Sampson, 69th HouseVideos

    Video interview with Ernesto Sampson from the 69th District: Jim Hoeft interviews Ernesto Sampson – Take 2 from Beehive Video on Vimeo.

  • Nancy Reagan: Obama blew itPolicy

    So much for Obama as a brilliant, almost Reaganesque, politician. Nancy Reagan, who has seen as well as anyone how the master worked, doesn’t think Obama carries the mantle that well. Case in point – stem cell research. When Obama held the announcement he was reversing the ban on federal funding for it, he didn’t […]

  • Republican candidates visit Norfolk on statewide tourPoliticsVideos

    Virginia Republicans Bob McDonnell, Bill Bolling, and Ken Cuccinelli, candidates for governor, lt. governor, and attorney general, visited Norfolk today on their first day campaigning as a unified team.

  • Government MotorsPolicy

    Congratulations taxpayers, you just purchased a 60% stake in the company that insisted on marketing Hummers when gas was $4/gallon. After receiving almost $50,000,000,000 from the govt, General Motors CEO Fritz Henderson said, “We understand there are no second chances. We won’t need one.” So why are President Obama and the United Auto Workers union […]

  • Justin Hart rocks. Great convention coverage from Too Conservative.Catch-All

    Too Conservative’s most recent contributor, Justin Hart, just did some absolutely awesome coverage from the RPV convention this weekend. Be sure to check out his round-up, thoughts, and photos. From his thoughts on the convention, he makes this very solid observation: Moderates nervous about perceptions are using November’s losses to oust social conservatives. The truth: […]

  • Democrats and the Media: Same old story on RepublicansPolitics

    On Saturday, the Republican Party of Virginia sent a clear signal that it will be the party that stands for freedom and liberty against bigger government and out-of-control spending, values life, and will work tirelessly to preserve our personal safety and security. With the formal nomination of Bob McDonnell, Bill Bolling, and Ken Cuccinelli as […]