Be afraid; be very afraid. As I write this, it’s past 1AM in London, and less than six hours from the start of voting. Meaning it’s time for yours truly to once again try to predict an election. If anything, the approaching vote is increasingly looking like what I expected it to be: opportunities for the…
So who really is pouring money into Virginia election campaigns at the end of the day (and where is it coming from)? Here’s a taste.
If you want to fix the problem? Let the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration do its job.
Goodwin declined to seek another term on the UVA Board of Visitors, according to reports.
Not only does Perriello oppose clean energy, he allied himself wackos like McKibben in an effort to dot the Virginia landscape with rusted out hulks that don’t work.
Had any other president embarked on such a worldwide tour, it would have been a landmark event.
As I write this, we are less than 90 minutes away from Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May facing the voters in a live TV studio. They will not share a stage, so it is not a debate as we would call it here in the US, but it is the closest thing the British voters…
Yet another poll indicating broad support for cheap clean energy and the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
Over at the Virginian-Pilot, Brock Vergakis gives some insight as to the U.S. Navy’s vision for a 350-ship fleet by the 2020s — rather than the scheduled 2040s: The only shipyard to build aircraft carriers in the United States says the Navy’s vision for building them more frequently could save $1.5 billion for every three carriers…
The progressive fatwa against Dominion is looking more and more unhinged every day, especially as the crazy-eyed op-eds start gaining the wrong sort of attention from folks on the outside.