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‘This Business Can’t Survive’: NoVA Gym Owners Feel The Pain Of Delayed Reopening

‘This Business Can’t Survive’: NoVA Gym Owners Feel The Pain Of Delayed Reopening

Mary Margaret Olohan |Social Issues Reporter   Democratic Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam announced Tuesday that Northern Virginia will not open until at least May 29.  The decision will further delay the opening of Joseph and Margaret Strada’s Manassas Park business, Unleash’d Strength Gym. “We’re just completely baffled as to why they keep changing the narrative […]

How exactly do they plan to replace fossil fuels?

How exactly do they plan to replace fossil fuels?

  By Paul Driessen Berkeley, CA, Takoma Park, MD and other cities; California, Connecticut, New York, Virginia and other states; Germany, England and other countries; the European Union – all plan to banish oil, natural gas and coal within 10, 20 or 30 years. A number of US states have joined Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiatives […]

Virginia’s ‘Clean Economy Act’ Will Have Dirty Results

Virginia’s ‘Clean Economy Act’ Will Have Dirty Results

  By Paul Driessen Largely with party-line, urban-vs-rural votes, Virginia’s legislature is poised to enact a Clean Economy Act that would eliminate coal-based electricity generation, prevent construction of new gas-fired power plants – and replace reliable, affordable fossil energy with wind, solar and battery-backup power. The bill offers important cautionary lessons for voters, workers and […]

Democrats Seek To Outlaw Suburban, Single-Family House Zoning, Calling It Racist And Bad For The Environment

Democrats Seek To Outlaw Suburban, Single-Family House Zoning, Calling It Racist And Bad For The Environment

LUKE ROSIAK INVESTIGATIVE REPORTER . Virginia House Del. Ibraheem Samirah introduced a bill that would override local zoning officials to permit multi-family housing in every neighborhood, changing the character of quiet suburbs. Oregon passed a similar bill, following moves by cities such as Minneapolis; Austin, Texas; and Seattle. Proponents say urban lifestyles are better for the […]

Virginia goes Don Quixote

Virginia goes Don Quixote

. By Paul Driessen Democrat Ralph Northam had barely won the Virginia governor’s race when his party announced it would impose a price on greenhouse gases emissions, require a 3% per year reduction in GHG emissions, and develop a cap-and-trade scheme requiring polluters to buy credits for emitting carbon dioxide. Meanwhile, liberal governors from California, […]

The Democratic Party is Brain Dead

The Democratic Party is Brain Dead

    By Richard Colman,  The Democratic Party needs a new brain. Despite some victories in governor’s races in Virginia and New Jersey on Nov. 7, 2017, the party that once couldn’t lose now can’t seem to win. From 1933 to 1953, Democratic presidents — Franklin Roosevelt and Harry Truman — controlled the White House. […]

Christ Church and the slavers’ blood money

Christ Church and the slavers’ blood money

“All are welcome. No exceptions,” reads the cheap, blue sign zip-tied to the wrought iron fence between brick pillars outside Christ Church in Alexandria. “All,” that is, except George Washington and Robert E.

GOP delegate wins federal suit affecting presidential nomination

GOP delegate wins federal suit affecting presidential nomination

By George Miller Donald Trump won a significant majority of delegates in the primary season, even with all the fighting over them. It was three times the number won by his nearest competitor, Rafael “Ted” Cruz. With the RNC national convention coming up in a week, it changes the playing field somewhat, but probably not […]

U.S. Virginia Governor Restores Voting Rights to Felons

U.S.  Virginia Governor Restores Voting Rights to Felons

Trump, Clinton, big winners of Super Tuesday primaries

Trump, Clinton, big winners of Super Tuesday primaries

By George Miller With some races still close to call, Clinton and Trump are the big winners for respective Democrat and Republican primaries in 13 states in what is known as “Super Tuesday,” the single biggest primary day of the election. Sanders won a few, as did Cruz. Rubio won only in Minnesota.   State Repub Dem […]

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