Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Poland Willing To Pay Pentagon $2 Billion For Permanent Deployment Of U.S. Troops

As Russia hostility increases, Poland is now willing to pay the Pentagon $2 billion for military infrastructure and permanent deployment of U.S. troops.

Youngkin Announces $22.7 Million Grant to Reclaim Abandoned Mine Lands

Increased funding is projected to create significant job increases for displaced coal workers.

Republican Bowl Win Makes Northam’s Medicaid Expansion Tougher

The Virginia House of Delegates just tipped back into the favor of Republicans before a battle with Medicaid expansion with Governor-elect Northam.

Terry McAuliffe May Use His Alligator Wrestling Skills Against Trump In 2020

If his pre-campaign teasers are any evidence of what he will do in the next 19 months, McAuliffe is set to campaign weird, quickly. 


For suburban Virginians and conservatives, the news couldn't be any better. 

Republican Has Fundraising Lead In 24th House District Special Election

Rockbridge County Supervisor Ronnie Campbell has raised $50,757 so far, with the special election set for Tuesday, December 18.

Democrat Division Against Northam Escalates

There is an underreported story regarding the fallout from Saturday's debates, and it's pretty simple to ferret out: Ralph Northam has a base problem.

Comstock, DEA Discuss Tackling Opioid Epidemic in NOVA

As the opioid epidemic is now contributing to deaths more than car accidents, Congresswoman Barbara Comstock has been working for solutions.

Educators To Be Honored With ‘Virginia Love Teachers’ License Plate Soon

Known as someone who has provided simple solutions to large problems in the past, Delegate John McGuire (R-Henrico) tasked himself with helping Virginians honor their educators more. 

Northam Cancels First Stop On ‘Reconciliation Tour’ After VUU Backlash

With students voicing their disgust with Governor Ralph Northam, the first stop on his "reconciliation tour" at Virginia Union University has been cancelled.