Actually, last week’s, but still a good one, recapping lame duck Congress successes.
The Chesapeake Bay Foundation today released its 2010 State of the Bay Report which concludes that there is good news and bad. The Chesapeake Bay is showing encouraging signs of rebounding but is still in critical condition as a result of pollution. The numeric index of the Bay’s health jumped three points from 2008 to 2010, with eight of..
In case you missed it, here’s the story of Gov. Barbor’s recollections of his local Citizens Council.
A nice holiday charity- American Fondouk
Josh Putnam at FrontloadingHQ and Molly Ball at Politico have posts about the evolving calendar, which appears to be moving backwards (the desired direction). Stay tuned.
I have been remiss in Beagle-posts. Here’s one.
to repeal Don’t Ask/Don’t Tell and passthe DREAM Act. It is unfortunate that the majority wasn’t enough to enact the DREAM Act, but immigration reform will get more attention in the next two years. We are fortunate to have Webb and Warner in the Senate, and I hope that Jim Webb signs on for another..
President Obama recently had a brief call with DNC, OFA members and many others to discuss the bipartisan tax plan. He made the points that the compromise is not perfect, but an essential step on the road to recovery; it provides middle income tax relief; it provides unemployment insurance; it promotes economic growth and jobs; and it..
Dear Friend: I want to take a moment and tell you how grateful and humbled I am to have the opportunity to serve you as the Chairman of the Democratic Party of Virginia. I decided to run to be your Chairman because I believe we can maintain our State Senate majority, take back the House..
VA DNC Member
I was proud to represent Virginia on the Democratic National Committee for 12 years. I am in DC now, but still active in voter protection and Democratic Party rules. More about me, click here.