Monthly Archives: November 2008

No Acorns in NOVA?

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$100 on Jeff Frederick

Waldo Jaquith’s $100 says Jeff Frederick will bail on his promise not to seek re-election: Surely somebody out there thinks that Frederick isn’t a liar, and is willing to back that up with some cash. Who’s game? My $100 says … Continue reading


Contemporary Conservative: And So It Begins…

Unit chairmen are starting to publicly call for RPV Chairman Jeff Frederick to step down.


Politico: Obama gains in fast-growing counties

Or better titled, Obama made gains in areas most effected by the mortgage crisis. Gee… wonder why that is?


$25mil mini-nuclear plants

Now how cool is this? Nuclear power plants smaller than a garden shed and able to power 20,000 homes will be on sale within five years, say scientists at Los Alamos, the US government laboratory which developed the first atomic … Continue reading


South of the James: The Cordial Cricket

Taking a brief respite from the confines of political wonkery, Conaway Haskins talks about the limits — or otherwise — of blogging: These days, blogging in the political realm in on the verge of being cliched or at least passe. … Continue reading

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Obama Hearts Coal (Not)

Now I will be the first to admit that something has to be done about the byproducts of coal, namely the carbon impact. Just as there are all sorts of great solutions for storing the CO2 (in mines for instance), … Continue reading

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Now Why On Earth Would This Be Necessary, Mr. Obama?

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