A New Dawn For Virginia

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8 Responses to A New Dawn For Virginia

  1. rah says:

    And already he is being sued for giving people a choice of if they want to wear a mask or not! That would be funny if it wasn’t so pathetic. The left is always about choice until they’re not.

    Tony, this is OT. But I think a video montage showing the evolution of what we have been told about COVID and the jabs over time would be a hit.

    In 2020 we were told that if you get the jabs you won’t get sick and you can’t spread the infection.

    In 2021 we were told that even if current on the jabs you can get infected and you can still spread the infection but at least you won’t get seriously ill.

    Now in 2022 we are told even if current on the jabs you can get infected and can get sick enough to be hospitalized but at least you won’t die.

  2. Gamecock says:

    I don’t think it’s a new dawn. The Leftards in Richmond and surrounding DC (Suburban Virginia) still have most of the power.

    I.e., I think the election of Youngkin is an outlier, not the beginning of a new day.

  3. Daniel Smeal says:

    At my age, I will probably not be around in 2045. This is good and bad. Good in that I won’t have to contend with all the idiotic policies that might be in effect to ameliorate a climate crisis fantasy. Bad in that I won’t see the beneficial effects of rising CO2 on plant growth; and crop production if farmers still have access to the fuels they need to farm.

  4. feathers says:

    As a Virginian – thanks Tony!

    Also, I always thought (I think from your videos) that another contributing factor in sea level sinking in Virginia – mainly in the Chesapeake Bay – are deep cracks (fishers) in the bedrock floor of the Bay. This is especially noticeable on some of the islands on the Chesapeake such as Tangier Island and Smith Island.

  5. Dennis says:

    @feathers – The state of California is sinking, too. The central valley due to water pumped out for agriculture and oil in the south. Salt water encroachment on water table is a problem. Rising sea level of a couple mm/yr, not.

    In 1951, the rate of subsidence exceeded two feet per year. By 1958, the affected area was 20 square miles and extended beyond the Harbor District. Total subsidence reached 29 feet in the center of the “Subsidence Bowl”.


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