Virginia Election Predictions
We’re not going to waste your time with our endorsements. You know who we support. We encourage you to get out and vote Republican. There’s no more time to waste for our nation’s future. However, we will be intellectually honest and try to accurately convey how we see the next week playing out in the Commonwealth of Virginia and what the final outcome of the | Read More »
Nye questions Rigell’s commitment to tax pledge
Yesterday, after my podcast with Virginia’s 2nd District Congressman Glenn Nye (aka, one of the most vulnerable congressmen in America), he posed a question to me: “I find it interesting that Scott claims he’s against any tax increase, as he pledged to the Hampton Roads Tea Party, yet he gave $10,000 in support of the 2002 Tax Referendum which would have raised taxes on transportation | Read More »
Perriello Gets Aggressive Towards Hurt in VA-05 Debate
WSLS in Roanoke, Virginia held a 30-minute debate between Republican challenger State Sen. Robert Hurt and Democratic incumbent Rep. Tom Perriello during their 6 o’clock news that left many folks scratching their heads and wondering whether anyone really got to know the two candidates. One thing’s for sure — Hurt was uncomfortable with the tone and pace, and Perriello was nothing short of aggressive and | Read More »
Virginia AG Cuccinelli to file lawsuit over healthcare
Virginia’s Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli will file a lawsuit on behalf of the people of Virginia challenging the Federal government’s assertion of the Supremacy Clause with respect to healthcare. Hear Cuccinelli describe the suit in this podcast.
Guest Post by Michael Steele regarding Virginia elections and healthcare
Guest Post by Michael Steele, Chairman, Republican National Committee This weekend we watched as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi ran roughshod over our Democratic institutions to push through the Democrats’ radical government takeover of the American health care system. If that wasn’t arrogant enough, she tried to rewrite most elementary school civics books by devising a scheme where the House would be able to pass a | Read More »
Interview with Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell
In this first issue of the Bearing Drift e-Zine, Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell talks about conservatism, his first month on the job, his faith, how he makes decisions, working with Democrats, and much more! Also, there are articles on healthcare and offshore wind energy. If you’re interested, you can sign up for the monthly e-Zine here.
WH involved in picking governors?
As if terrorists, foreign wars, the economy, health care, and energy weren’t enough to keep the Obama Administration busy, apparently they want to be involved in state politics by choosing candidates of their own to run for governor. The Fix has certainly noticed: Say what you will about the White House’s involvement in 2010 races — it has been at times heavy handed — it | Read More »