virginia governor race

McAuliffe Inaugural Rolling In Coal Cash

Michael Bastasch, Daily Caller

After winning the Virginia governor’s race with the help of environmental groups, Democrat Terry McAuliffe is now taking donations from coal companies to fund his inauguration.

Repubs. In Wake of Cuccinelli & Christie

Sally Zelikovsky, American Thinker

Here's a conservative electoral overview & evisceration of the usual Rove-Rubin GOP estab. talking points: We often let the left define our candidacies to such an extent we are playing defense to their accusations and distractions instead of controlling the narrative ourselves. 

Big Cuccinelli Endorsement Irks Dems

John Fund, National Review Online

McAuliffe bombed in his interview with TechPAC, who endorsed Cuccinelli for his detailed responses. The tech gurus said that McAuliffe was uninformed and superficial.

Mark Levin to Endorse Ken Cuccinelli at Constitution Day Rally

"He’s going to have my wholehearted full endorsement and support. This is what we need in this country — statesmen, leaders. Not the next in line. Cuccinelli is the guy." — Mark Levin

McAuliffe Keeping Questionable Cash

NBC 12 Blog Staff

Dem. Terry McAuliffe has no plans to return a $2,500 donation given to him in 2009 by Jeffrey E. Thompson, a businessman at the center of a controversy involving the mayor of DC.

Big Dem Endorses Cuccinelli

John Fund, National Review Online

David “Mudcat” Saunders, a VA Dem political consultant, is endorsing conservative Ken Cuccinelli for governor. “I see a guy [McAuliffe] who’s got rich because of his political contacts. Cooch is not a crook. If he was, he wouldn’t be broke.”

Cronies Keep McAuliffe Coffers Full

Timothy P. Carney, Washington Examiner

Another episode of McAuliffe's crony profiteering needs more scrutiny, particularly his partnership in a venture capital firm whose core strength is political connections.

MSM's Hate of Cuccinelli=Good Sign

L. Brent Bozzell, III,

Cuccinelli has received far more negative coverage than his rival, but stories on both are primarily negative. It's become obvious that political reporters are looking for attack-of-the-day lines.

Cuccinelli Launches New Video: Announces "Super Saturday" Grassroots Campaign

Ken Cuccinelli's supporters, who do not expect him to match Democrat Terry McAuliffe and his liberal supporters dollar-for-dollar in the media war, are countering by working to energize conservatives and Tea Party oriented voters with a grassroots campaign.

Cuccinelli's Tax Plan to Aid Schools

Ken Cuccinelli, Politico

Cuccinelli's plan could create thousands of needed jobs. It would encourage private investors to rehabilitate decaying schools and hire workers, too.

P. Parenthood Attacks Cuccinelli

Steven Ertelt,

Planned Parenthood is pouring millions into an anti-Cuccinelli campaign, spreading propaganda that he's “extremely dangerous for women” because he wants abortion clinics held accountable for violating health and safety laws.

Cuccinelli Can Save Conservatism

Jim Geraghty, National Review Online

If Cuccinelli loses to Hillary’s huckster, many will conclude there’s no way a pro-life, pro-gun, tough-on-immigration, anti-Obamacare, conservative will beat HC in a must-win state.

Is Terry McAuliffe’s Million Car A Year Factory Completely Phony?

Terry McAuliffe's company told Chinese investors it was building a factory to produce up to a million cars a year -- a million cars – that’s more than Chrysler’s total sales of domestic cars and trucks combined. Now people are asking where did some $28.5 million go, but Fast Terry and GreenTech Automotive aren't talking.