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Today's Opinions

  • Despicable me

        There’s more shenanigans going on at the governor’s office and this time it lands right at the feet of Gov. Terry McAuliffe.
        Many Democrats enjoyed watching former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell go up in flames for his actions while in office and then doubled down accusing Republicans of luring then state Sen. Phillip P. Puckett to resign with enticements of job offers for himself and family members.

  • Barack Hussein Bush

        Remember back when President George W. Bush invaded Iraq? Saddam Hussein’s alleged weapons of mass destruction programs served as the casus belli for the invasion. It turned out that Hussein didn’t have any weapons of mass destruction programs at all. Left-wingers blamed President Bush accusing him of manufacturing an excuse to invade.

  • Obama must resist pressure for war

    “Why is it that everybody is so eager to use military force?”
        That was President Barack Obama in April, when the pressure to intervene militarily against the latest terrorist organization, ISIS, first began to build.
        His question is one that could have been posed so many times in the post-World War II era. We’ve become a national security state since then, one buffeted by the great powers of the military-industrial complex.

  • POST-CENTERFEST CORNER

    By Amanda Adams
    Executive Director
    Bedford Main Street, Inc.

        On Saturday, September 27, we held our 33rd annual Centerfest. We were fortunate to have a beautiful, sunny day that brought thousands of people out into the streets of downtown Bedford.

  • The war on affordable energy

    With the days getting shorter and the air crisper, families and businesses in the Sixth District are likely starting to use a little more electricity. As folks start to see electric bills tick up during the winter months, it’s hard to imagine the cost of electricity getting much higher – but consider this.

     

  • Reforming the tax code and allowing small business to grow

    By Congressman Robert Hurt

     

  • Impact will be minimal

        Those who oppose the new Voter ID law have done their best to let everyone know how destructive the new law is going to be by disenfranchising hundreds of thousands of voters in Virginia.
        Of course, they are wrong; the impact will be minimal.

  • Do Republicans know how to govern?

    As the battle for control of the U.S. Senate comes down to the wire in the coming weeks, Americans should ask all Republicans if they remember how to govern.
        Because, if they do win Senate control (God forbid; but it could happen), they will suddenly be faced with ownership of the problems in Washington, and they will have to lay off the insipid Obama-bashing and actually govern this nation.