• 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 […]

  • Reston Libertarian wins prediction contestCatch-All

    Congratulations to commenter “Reston Libertarian” who won our contest to accurately predict the outcome of the AG balloting. RL’s prediction was: Bolling 1st ballot 99-1 Cuccinelli 1st ballot 55 – 33B – 12F Bolling won with 84% of the vote for Lt. Gov. and reports to me are that Cuccinelli won somewhere between 55% and […]

  • Should it be easier to get an A?Policy

    Fairfax did it, so everyone should, right? It’s a hot issue in Virginia Beach Schools, and some are pushing to vote on it and soon. Fairfax changed from a 6-point grading scale to a 10-point scale. That means students who used to need a 94 to get an A now only need to get a […]

  • Video interview with Sen. Ken CuccinelliVideos

    Shaun Kenney catches up with Sen. Ken Cuccinelli after his nomination to be the GOP candidate for attorney general in this exclusive interview: Courtesy of Beehive Video on Vimeo.

  • VPOD 63: Pat Mullins, chairman, Republican Party of VirginiaPodcasts

    In this episode of Virginia Politics On-Demand, Chairman Pat Mullins of the Republican Party of Virginia discusses his vision and strategy for the party. He explains his relationship with legacy and new media, the campaigns, the House Republican Campaign Committee, the Republican National Committee, Democratic bloggers, and more. He also delves into how he is […]

  • Photos from RPV Convention 2009Politics

    Attorney General Republican Nominee Ken Cuccinelli appears to peer into an unknown future as he accepts the nomination. For more photos from the Convention, click here for a slideshow. It will open in a new window, then you can click the “play” button. Photos change every 3 seconds, but you can click the “pause” button […]

  • Unified ticketPolitics

    Patrick Muldoon, John Brownlee, and Dave Foster move to elect Bill Bolling and Ken Cuccinelli by acclimation as the Republican nominees for LG and AG respectively. Place goes nuts! “I will endorse [Sen. Ken Cuccinelli], support him, do everything I can to ensure he is the next attorney general of the Commonwealth of Virginia,” said […]