For all the controversy over the Augusta County School Board maintaining insurance benefits for its own members even as it has cut them for the school system’s part-time employees, the real outrage should be the relatively lavish pay and benefits our elected officials vote for themselves across the board in the first place.
Augusta Free Press LLC President Chris Graham is the newest member of the Waynesboro Rotary Club.
Recent personal experiences have been pushing me into territory that I, as a lifelong liberal, had never thought possible. Government power, particularly at the local level, is out of control, and seriously needs to be reined in, and now.
Do you offer something totally unique to the world? Let’s get that out of the way right now. Of course you do. I’m not challenging your business model. You have a unique product to offer. That, or the way you offer service is second to none. That’s why you’re in business in the first place.
It’s time to examine the impacts on various Virginia political players from the news this week that U.S. Sen. Mark Warner will not mount a campaign to run for governor in 2013.
I totally get the bent toward secession that we’re seeing from the sore-loser set that has cropped up in the aftermath of the 2012 presidential election.
The Nov. 13 edition of “The Chris Graham Show” is heavy on sports.
For the past several weeks, Chris Graham was telling listeners on WREL-1450AM in Lexington, Va., that Democrats were going to do well in the 2012 elections. In today’s installment of “The Chris Graham Show,” he breaks down how the pre-election polls that had been suggesting that Barack Obama, Tim Kaine and others on the Democratic side were able to pull off their Election Day wins.
The Tuesday installment of “The Chris Graham Show” usually covers sports, but with Election Day here, AFP editor Chris Graham and WREL-1450AM’s Jim Bresnahan opened this week’s segment with a look at the 2012 elections.