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Is something fishy in Cucinelli’s office?

Is it a conflict of interest or is it just a matter of appearances? Right now, it’s hard to tell, but Attorney General Ken Cucinelli, the presumed GOP candidate for governor, is in the middle of a brewing controversy about his relationship with a Virginia-based supplements producer.

Read more: Is something fishy in Cucinelli’s office?

Microlending: A new approach to foreign lending

The developing world has a long list of burdens. There is poverty, poor health care, lack of schools, very little money, and often corrupt governments. Building an economy and developing business in this environment often seems impossible.
There are aid programs, and they do a lot of good, but often, in terms of helping individuals move out of poverty, they aren’t that effective. Larger programs help build needed infrastructure. But in terms of providing that much-needed

Read more: Microlending: A new approach to foreign lending

A West Virginia Jed Clampett

In 1890 my great grandfather farmed 120 acres along the Ohio River, in Tyler County, West Virginia near a town called Sisterville. He once told my dad that he was 44 years old before he had ever seen $100 in one place. However, 1890 was also the start of the great West Virginia oil boom. The petroleum industry was just beginning and the demand for kerosene, fuel oil, lubricants, and later, gasoline, was outstripping supply.

Read more: A West Virginia Jed Clampett

Don’t underestimate Ken Cucinelli

To Virginia Democrats, the likely Republican nominee for Governor, Ken Cucinelli seems so easy to beat that some, no doubt, are already planning what to wear to Terry McAuliffe’s, the likely Democratic nominee’s, inaugural.

It’s understandable. Cucinelli has managed to position himself so far to the right, and take so many controversial stands, that winning statewide, by some, is seen as nearly impossible. But, that would be

Read more: Don’t underestimate Ken Cucinelli

Has VA’s Attorney General gone too far?

There are times, given all the effort that Mr. Cucinelli puts into playing politics, when
I wonder when he has time to be Attorney General.

Virginia Attorneys General have historically been a reserved and thoughtful bunch.  Names, now all but lost to history, Andrew Miller, Marshall Coleman, Gerald Baliles, Mary Sue Terry and Jerry Kilgore, were, first and foremost, lawyers.  The Attorney General’s Office employs more than 70 lawyers.  If it were a private firm it would be one of the largest in the state.  The Attorney General deals with almost every conceivable legal

Read more: Has VA’s Attorney General gone too far?

Richmond offers a lesson in legislating

We have seen so little successful legislating that many of us don’t recognize it when it happens.

Washington, D.C., could head its own chapter in a book on legislating called “…don’t let this happen to you.”

There have also been times when many felt the same way about the General Assembly in Richmond. This has been particularly true when it came to transportation funding. It has been one of the Commonwealth’s biggest legislative headaches.

Read more: Richmond offers a lesson in legislating

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