Week in Review: Twice-registered voters and a debt-ridden county

By   /  August 22, 2014  /  Virginia  /  No Comments


There’s nothing like a former governor’s federal corruption trial, a debt-ridden county, special elections and doubly registered voters to keep things interesting in these last dog days of summer.

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Marshall: ‘Pansy day’ for Republicans who won’t consider AG impeachment inquiry

By   /  May 16, 2014  /  News, State Government, Virginia  /  No Comments

LINE OF FIRE: Delegate Bob Marshall, a staunch proponent of family values, is the target of a fund-raising effort by a left-wing "Family Values" PAC.

Outspoken Republican Delegate Bob Marshall has filed two resolutions to launch an impeachment inquiry into Attorney General Mark Herring, and he’s showing no mercy for Republicans who won’t join him.

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Power-hungry Dems use redistricting to turn Dane County bluer

By   /  April 2, 2014  /  News, Wisconsin  /  No Comments


For all the bitching and moaning Democrats have done about how Republicans crafted the state’s voting maps, you never hear them complain about the partisan carving Dane County Democrats did to enhance their stranglehold on power.

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Most in Congress are millionaires, but not because they’re getting rich off the system

By   /  January 14, 2014  /  Accountability, Congress, Economy, Elections, Federal Government, National, News  /  No Comments

AP file photo

By Eric Boehm |

MINNEAPOLIS — For the first time in history, more than half of America’s elected representatives in Congress are worth more than $1 million.

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Petition: Vote for term limits, or we’ll vote you out

By   /  December 5, 2013  /  News, State Government, Virginia  /  No Comments

TERM LIMITS: A conservative businessman's petition calls for lawmakers to allow Virginians to vote on term limits — or be voted out.

ALEXANDRIA, Va.—“Politicians and diapers must be changed often, and for the same reason.”

Mark Twain said that.

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With minimum wage increasing in New Jersey, some say Pennsylvania should follow suit

By   /  November 25, 2013  /  Economy, Elections, Federal Government, Issues, National, New Jersey, News, Pennsylvania, State Government, Uncategorized  /  No Comments

WAGES ON THE RISE: Minimum wage will soon increase in New Jersey, and Democrats in Pennsylvania are clamoring for similar action. But economists are divided when it comes to who benefits from minimum wage increases.

By Eric Boehm | PA Independent
Higher costs are likely and higher unemployment is a possibility after New Jersey raises its minimum wage by $1 at the beginning of 2014.
Economists who look at the coming wage hike, approved by Garden State voters in a statewide referendum on Nov. 5, are divided over whether other states, like [...]

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