Late last night, I called Senator Puller to congratulate her on her re-election to the Virginia Senate.
As I said from the beginning of this race, it would be the toughest one I’ve ever run — for a number of reasons. It’s always difficult to defeat an incumbent, but especially one in a tailor-made district gerrymandered especially for that person. We had more than double the ground to cover than in our past campaigns, with less than half the time (notwithstanding the distraction of a primary), and we had significant catching up to overcome in both time and resources.
November 9, 2011 | Read more…
Note: This is a repost of a post made on Sunday, January 16, 2011 on the “The Virginia Gentleman” blog. Click here to see original post.
My friend, Colin Brehm, interviewed former Republican Delegate, and former Chairman of the Virginia Republican Party Jeff Frederick. The interview was conducted December 8, 2010.
April 28, 2011 | Read more…
If Cornell neglects to promptly fire this guy, Congress should immediatey ban any and all funding to that institution http://t.co/180XKkF2nn
Stay Secretive, My Friends http://t.co/aM3LgSqUxf
Maybe Cotton's Iran letter was overstepping, but Obama's use of executive authority has been stepping on Congress' legislative authority.