More War on Local Government: Update to Proposed Legislation by the Virginia Cable Industry
The debate over broadband continues.
The Rise and Fall of a Buddy Bill
In the first of a multi-part series, Susan Sili analyzes the rise of a “buddy bill” in the General Assembly and the impact it could have on dog-owners and hunters across the Commonwealth.
Make Virginia Win Again
It’s been a long road of party in-fighting.
Dudenhefer to Retire from Virginia General Assembly
The announced retirement is the first of 2017.
Much Ado About Party Registration, 10 Myths Debunked
You may change your mind about political conventions after reading this.
Yet More Limits on Local Government: Proposed Legislation By the Virginia Cable Industry
Many rural localities, frustrated with the inability or unwillingness of providers to extend broadband into underserved areas, are looking for alternative solutions.
The Early Rebels of Caroline
Few people realize that “Byrd the Frontiersman” was the true father of the Tea Party movement which played out in Boston some 70 years after his lifetime in 1773 and again caught fire in the second decade of our century. His belief was that his loyalty should lay with the people who elected him and not to a sovereign in a far away land.
Wittman Withdraws From Governor’s Race
Congressman Rob Wittman decides to stay in Congress.
Bacon’s Rebellion Opens The Way Into Caroline And The Virginia Frontier
Anne had been chief of her nation for thirty years when one of the worst trials in the history of her people began in 1676. Nathaniel Bacon, a young Colonel, led the first revolt against British authority in the new world.
The First People of Caroline
The entrance to the future Caroline, through the Pamunkey River Valley was just 60 miles as the crow flies from Jamestown.