Sunday, August 18, 2019

Democrat Guzman Has Bankrupted Two Budgets; Third Time Is The Charm?

Never forget?  Some people unfortunately do... whether it's 9/11 or her bills.

VA House Passes Bill Stopping Teens Buying Tobacco, Vaping Products

“Raising the legal age for tobacco purchases to 21 is a common sense way to address this escalating public health concern,” said Delegate Chris Stolle.

Virginia State Police Gets $1.17mil Grant To Combat Methamphetamine Abuse

The federal grant from COPS will help tackle mid-level to high-level methamphetamine dealers in four Virginia State Police field offices.

House Democrats Announce Safe Virginia Initiative Gun Control Tour

After Speaker Cox forms the Select Committee on School Safety analyzing school violence, House Democrats launch Safe Virginia Initiative gun control tour.

Taylor Helps Secure Funding For Sandbridge Beach Replenishment Project

Sandbridge's beaches will be replenished after Congressman Scott Taylor helped secure funding to provide the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers with what they need to protect the area from erosion-induced storm damage.

Campaigning In Iowa, Terry McAuliffe 2020 Speculation Now Has Following As ‘TMac’ PAC Created

The “Tenaciously Moving for American Change in 2020” political action committee announced that they are going to “encourage” former Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe to run for the Democratic presidential nomination to challenge President Donald Trump.

Ress: Ideas On Why The CNU Poll Might Be Wrong

...and the Washington Post poll showing Northam +13? Short reason might be that Republicans are tired of being complicit in misleading polls.

DANIELS: What Value Do Confederate Monuments Possess?

Daniels: "Instrumental reasons are not necessarily connected to the personal and moral ideals of white supremacists or multiculturalists."

The Depravity of Man

If 2017 supported any theory of human nature it undoubtedly once again furthered the proposition that mankind is basically evil. With all the allegations...

Study Shows Over 60 Percent Of Richmond Roads In ‘Poor’ Condition

However bad you thought the roads in Richmond, Virginia, were, you were probably right.