April 14, 2010 | No comments
Annotations & Elucidations
Headaches For The Regime
I don’t know where to start. This certainly is one of our most gripping News Stands ever —all sorts of angles, topics and perspectives. We have sources and writers debuting today, such as BigGovernment.com, … Read more>
April 6, 2010 | 1 comment
Annotations & Elucidations
Obama’s 17-Minute Non-Answer; George Orwell Proven Right?
We lead off the News today with our own Victoria Cobb interviewed about the McDonnell administration’s prices of filling 900-plus positions on state boards and commissions. The Richmond Times-Dispatch was … Read more>
November 5, 2009 | No comments
In his thumping of Creigh Deeds Tuesday night, Bob McDonnell nearly garnered as many votes as . . .
Yup, that’s right. McDonnell’s 1,160,365 votes (as of this posting) fell just 168,172 short of the 2006 marriage amendment. That proposal received 1,328,537 … Read more>
July 14, 2009 | No comments
From Karl Rove:
There are 63 House Democrats who represent districts won twice by George W. Bush. Of those, there are 49 such Dems who represent districts won the last three elections by Mr. Bush and John McCain.
How will … Read more>
November 7, 2008 | 5 comments
A Barack Obama presidency has me scared for a long time for a number of reasons. There’s the pending economic socialism and the disregard for innocent human life, among many urgent issues. During the campaign the many to whom I expressed … Read more>
November 3, 2008 | 4 comments
Tomorrow, the citizens of the freest nation in the world will once again choose their leader. This time, however, it seems certain that the choice is not just about a person or a party, but about the very essence of our … Read more>
October 30, 2008 | 8 comments
Even the local Mainstream Media is getting into the act. It can’t stand the success of Governor Sarah Palin (who will campaign again in Richmond Saturday) and how she has created an immense amount of enthusiasm, not just among Republicans, … Read more>
October 26, 2008 | 3 comments
Finally. With only a little more than a week to go before America elects its next president and vice president, after two years of nonstop campaigning, one of the two on the Democrat ticket got some tough, but very fair, … Read more>
October 15, 2008 | 5 comments
There is a lot of talk about the economy these days by candidates, commentators, journalists, financial professionals and anyone else with a camera, microphone or Web page. These issues are important for families who are stressed with providing for their children and … Read more>
October 15, 2008 | No comments
Yesterday, we posed six questions we’d love to hear asked during tonight’s final presidential debate between Senators John McCain and Barack Obama.
However, now that we have Democrat Congressman Steve Cohen teaching the Gospel from the House floor (whatever happened to the separation of … Read more>