Saturday, March 25, 2023

DOJ Indicts 12 Russian Military Officers Of Hacking Democrats In 2016 Election

The Department of Justice issues indictment against 12 Russian military officers in hacking emails from DNC and Clinton campaign during 2016 presidential election.
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BACON: AP’s Latest Hit Piece: Journalism or Propaganda?

While Dominion exercises its influence largely through campaign donations and lobbying, the company’s critics make their power felt by devoting resources P.R., education and outreach to influence public opinion — expenditures that do not need to be reported at all.

Virginia Politicians Urge Senate To Confirm Eminently Qualified Brett Kavanaugh

A few of Virginia's politicians have urged senators Tim Kaine, Mark Warner, and the rest of the Democrats in the upper chamber to swiftly confirm the "eminently qualified" D.C. Circuit Court Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.

Trump Charges NATO Allies To Step Up Defense Spending To Four Percent

At a NATO conference in Brussels, President Donald Trump charged the alliance to "step it up" with defense spending.

Scott Taylor To Introduce House Measure To Stop Continuing Resolutions

Congressman Scott Taylor is introducing legislation in an attempt to stop continuing resolutions, which cause the U.S. to be shaky on national security and military readiness.

Virginia One Of The Best States For Business In 2018

CNBC ranks Virginia number four on the list of best states in which to do business, showing a decade-long pattern of economic growth.

RNC Sees Red Wave In November Following Historic Voter Contact And Fundraising

The RNC is rolling into summer with a massive war chest and a plan to contact hundreds of millions of voters to seal the Republican majority in Congress following the November midterms.

Speaker Kirk Cox Files Motion To Supreme Court Over Legislative Districts

Speaker of the House of Delegate files a motion to the U.S. Supreme Court challenging the lower court's ruling that 11 Virginia legislative districts are drawn in a discriminatory manner towards African-Americans.
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Failed Tax Credits On Virginia’s Legislative Chopping Block

Virginia's top legislative watchdog has found that two state tax credits are losing the Commonwealth money.

Ahead Of Helsinki Trump-Putin Meeting, Russia Upgrades Military Facilities

Just one week before President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladmir Putin are set to meet in Helsinki, Finland, Moscow is upgrading fortifications on the country's western border.