Pat Mullins has received the endorsements of everyone next to Abraham Lincoln and Ronald Reagan for chairman of the Republican Party of Virginia, according to the Washington Post’s blog and Too Conservative. Bob McDonnell, the Republican congressional delegation, and most of the House GOP have given their blessing to the Republican unit committee chair from […]
Alaskan Democratic Senator Mark Begich has broken through the political smokescreen of his party. Sen. Begich has petitioned the Obama Administration to refrain from cutting missle defence spending at this critical juncture in foreign policy. He has rightly pointed to the fact that Alaska is a critical “front line of defence.” This Democratic Senator has […]
If you’ve been paying a modicum of attention over the past week or so you have been hearing much more about “Cap and Trade.” Rep. Bob Goodlatte wrote a great guest post for us on this issue, but to put the matter in even more context, check out this post from Bruce McQuain at Q&O.
Is it fair to say that many part-time workers earn minimum wage? I think so – so while I don’t have the statistics readily available, I’m going to make that leap anyway. Therefore, I think it can be further assumed that the major Democratic candidates for governor, who generally advocate for raising the minimum wage […]
Last week I wrote: “It would be a lot better than their next editorial about unemployment, which if the pattern holds will likely go to print this weekend.” I was off by a day. Their latest journalistic cut-and-paste should’ve been headlined “Arsonist Complains About Fire.”