The News Stand doesn't have a large inventory today, but what we have is interesting as usual. The gubernatorial campaign is rolling along with Bob McDonnell and Terry McAuliffe continuing to get the headlines. Where are Creigh Deeds and Brian Moran? It's enough to prompt House Republican Whip Eric Cantor to call it for T-Mac already. Meanwhile, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich sounds the warning on President Obama's war on churches and charities, squeezing them out in favor of a care-for-all, omnipresent government. Speaking of McDonnell, he's promised to run the most technologically savvy campaign in Virginia history. It's a hard lesson Republicans have learned from Democrats who have outpaced them by far in use of the Internet via social networking and the like. But according to Rachel Alexander, there is a conservative tech revolution going on.
Speaking of revolutions, do they have tea or corn parties in Iowa? For all those gearing up for the various Virginia tea parties on April 15, you might want to read and view what went on in Iowa's legislature recently, where the Democrat House Speaker, Pat Murphy, tossed out taxpayers opposed to his tax increase plan. Ah, yes. Freedom of speech in the Age of Obama!
McDonnell pledges support for business during campaign stop (Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star)
McDonnell's gubernatorial campaign makes local stop (Winchester Star)
McAuliffe's Fundraising: High-Dollar, High-Mileage (Washington Post)
Does Cantor Really Think McAuliffe Wins? (TertiumQuids.com)
Web 2.0 and the New Conservative Revolution (GOPUSA.com)
Obama's 'war against churches and charities' (OneNewsNow.com)
When the American Tax Payer Becomes a Nuissance (GetLiberty.org)
Taxpayers Kicked Out Of Capitol During Tax Debate — Iowa (YouTube.com/KCCI-TV)