In the news today: A GOP comeback in Fairfax? There have been nascent signs of late. Does it have legs? The Washington Posthas more. There's more pressure on Governor Tim Kaine to pony up his travel info, but he refuses still, prompting some very harsh criticism in a place where liberals thrive in Virginia (and elsewhere) — the editorial pages. Count'em: Seven calls for him to disclose. Meanwhile, Newsweek does the Post one better, and reports on a "Christian Right Revival." (Did it ever go away or did the pols abandon values voters?) Additionally, over at CNN.com, Leah Ward Sears offers her thoughts on ending "disposable marriage." We second that! News:

Republicans Aim to Launch Comeback in Fairfax County (Washington Post)

Kaine touts educational progress but says there's more to do (Daily Press)

Another Governor's Travels Add to Pressure on Kaine (Washington Post)

Editorial: The Arrogance of a Divided Leader (Inside NoVa.com/News & Messenger)

Editorial: Mr. Kaine's Travels (Washington Post)

Editorial: Kaine Should Make Travel Records Public (Norfolk Virginian-Pilot)

Editorial: Turn Over the Trip Itineraries, Mr. Governor (Lynchburg News & Advance)

Editorial: Democrats' FOIA Problems (Washington Times)

Editorial: Governor's Travels: Let's See (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

Editorial: Where Did Gov. Kaine Go? (Roanoke Times)

National News:

Christian Right Revival? (Newsweek)

Commentary:

Let's end disposable marriage (Leah Ward Sears/CNN.com)