Well, am I glad that’s [finally] over! 2009 was a year to remember—and a year of stuff to forget.
Would Congress—Representatives, Senators, & staff members—participate in a single-payer medical insurance program?
If not for Sarah Palin (and Sean Hannity and Glenn Beck, et al.), where would we find humor in our political lives?
It’s winter—even in central Virginia, it is winter. I’m looking out my window onto my front yard, and I see…
RICHMOND, Virginia — Robert F. McDonnell was inaugurated today as the 71st governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia here today.
Do we have another example of political insanity amongst us? Yes, I'm afraid we do, and the phrase I coin for it is the: Do-Nothings.
The underpinning of the so-called Tea Party “movement” would be funny if not for the off-the-cuff alliances being made between local groups and so-called militias and other organizations, such as the John Birch Party.
The organization known as Oath Keepers is not a militia although it parallels self-described militias and conspiracy groups.
Republicans in the US House and Senate yesterday issued a completely new and innovative message, the Pledge to America.
Republicans in the US House of Representatives, in their “new” Pledge to America, claim to offer “a plan to repeal and replace the government takeover of health care.”