With yet another American national Superbowl spectacle upon us, headlines dominating newspaper front pages, not only their sports pages, national TV and cable news and the glut of radio, online and other sports commentators are all focused on the latest distraction from things that matter going by the name of […]
Obama is back. He was supposed to be a lame duck, but instead he is soaring like a majestic eagle – unloading a barrage...
By Steve Andrews The ongoing 50+% decline in world oil prices over the last six months grabbed attention back to our...
President Obama in his State of the Union message said the following early in his remarks Tuesday night that summed...
My first two weeks in the U.S. House of Representatives have been challenging, interesting, busy, and fulfilling. Every day is different, and full of surprises. I loved my eight years presiding over the Senate of Virginia, and have been amazed at how differently the U.S. House works. For example, in […]Read more ›
You know that phrase “there is more than one fish in the sea?” That may apply if you are looking for love on OkCupid. But if you mean actual fish in the ocean, this may no longer be true if we don’t drastically change our reckless and wasteful habits. A […]Read more ›
Former U.S. Labor Secretary Robert Reich, one of a handful of U.S. political figures with a high profile, including on social media, who is focused on the nation’s desperate crisis of growing income inequality, said it succinctly in a blog post last weekend following his appearance on one of the Sunday […]Read more ›
Congressional lawmakers face many difficult votes over the course of their careers. Thankfully, with the help of my excellent staff, many advisors, and countless engaged constituents I know that I will have all the advice I need to make the decisions that are best for the 8th District, Virginia, and […]Read more ›
With trepidation I watched “My Husband’s Not Gay,” a show where gay Mormon men married women. I feared that it would be an effective tool to recruit impressionable youth into “ex-gay” programs, promote junk science, and airbrush the pain that often results from unstable mixed orientation marriages. To my […]Read more ›
It’s been exactly 51 weeks since Congressman Jim Moran announced his retirement after 24 years. His announcement launched me, and my wife Megan, on an incredible journey beginning in January and ending Tuesday, when I swore my oath of office as Congressman for the 8th District of Virginia. But the […]Read more ›