I have to admit, if I had been through Virginia’s suicidal Republican convention as a candidate and lost, I don’t think I could muster the desire to do this. Jackson, in my opinion, will be a drag on the entire ticket of epic proportions. Still, props to Pete Snyder for being a team player:
Isn’t it funny how major scandals don’t get the press coverage they deserve, until the media itself feels under siege? A new poll from Rasmussen Reports shows that a majority of Americans believe the media is biased toward stories that directly affect them. No kidding: The U.S. Justice Department’s secret seizure of telephone records from
Seppuku (also hara-kiri) – noun- ceremonial suicide by ripping open the abdomen with a knife. Let me be unequivocally clear about the ramifications of nominating Bishop E.W. Jackson as the Republican nominee for Lieutenant Governor in Virginia yesterday. Not only have we basically ceded the LG’s race to the Democrats, but we have handed them a gift
State Senator Mark Obenshain beat Delegate Rob Bell in the two-way race to become the Republican nominee for Attorney General in Virginia. Obenshain won on the first and only ballot for Attorney General, triggering a motion to nominate him by acclamation. Obenshain began the race as a clear favorite, as his family is about as ingrained in
The Republican Party of Virginia’s 2013 Convention has been called into session. Ken Cuccinelli is running unopposed for the nomination for Governor, but with 2 candidates vying for Attorney General and 7 vying for Lieutenant Governor, there is sure to be fireworks. I will be liveblogging the event from here on out.