A Democratic candidate for a hotly contested seat in the Virginia legislature recently polled voters on her own political liabilities, revealing a history of penalties for late tax payments and donations to scandal-plagued politicians of both parties.
When Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe got involved with electric car company GreenTech Automotive he thought he hit the jackpot.
Here are five things you need to know about McAuliffe’s troubled company.
For years, the Culinary Union has been waging a war against the Ultimate Fighting Championship because the league’s owners are the proprietors of a non-union casino chain. Yesterday the Culinary Union lost another battle in their misguided war of choice when the Massachusetts State Athletic Commission approved Chael Sonnen’s fight license. So the Culinary Union did, indeed, eat it.
The day after Amazon.com billionaire Jeff Bezos bought the Washington Post, one of the paper’s columnists, Eugene Robinson, appeared on “Morning Joe.” Robinson is a reliable voice for conventional liberal opinion, and on this particular day, Tuesday, August 6, 2013, conventional liberal opinion held that Bezos’ purchase of the Post for $250 million was an act of bravery and humanity comparable to the Marshall Plan.
President Barack Obama had a private dinner in his hotel room with DreamWorks Animation CEO and major donor Jeffrey Katzenberg Tuesday night in Los Angeles.
A company run by prominent Democratic supporters is colluding with local governments to enact sweeping home mortgage reforms at the expense of taxpayers and lenders, according to a U.S. congressman.
Billionaire George Soros’ network of foundations contributes tens of millions of dollars annually to groups that wage “political warfare” against Israel, according to a new report.
Vice President Joe Biden is scheduled to headline a political fundraiser being hosted by two lobbyists later this month in an effort to raise money for New Hampshire Democratic Gov. Maggie Hassan.
Thirty-two people listed as “deceased” have given more than $586,000 to presidential and congressional candidates and committees since 2009, according to a recent analysis by USA Today.
Many of Virginia’s biggest donors to the Democratic Party have remained on the sidelines for gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe this go around.