Former Virginia Attorney General and failed gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli is selling retainers for his legal services just in case you happen to shoot somebody. “A legal retainer with Virginia Self Defense Law costs as little as $8.33 a month — less than half the cost of a hunting license,” the firm’s Web site says. Show More Summary
Because killing someone shouldn't be a financial burden on your family. Are you the sort of person that expects you might someday shoot someone with that gun you're carrying? Former Virginia attorney general and failed gubernatorialShow More Summary
While debating Arizona's 'license to discriminate' bill on CNN's Crossfire, gay journalist LZ Granderson called out the former attorney general of Virginia for his antigay record. Featured Image: read more
A discussion of Arizona's SB 1062, the bill that would allow businesses to discriminate against gays based on religious beliefs, quickly ignited on Crossfire after former Virginia attorney general Ken Cuccinelli accused Van Jones of being "utterly inaccurate" in describing...
It was only a few short months ago that former Virginia GOP Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli was running for governor of the commonwealth on a platform that included banning sodomy again. And we all know how that turned out. Now a federal judge has ruled that gays and lesbians in Virginia must have the right to marry. Show More Summary
Late last month, former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli suggested that Governor Chris Christie was doing the GOP a disservice by remaining at the head of the Republican Governors Association. This week, the shunning of Christie by Texas' past and future governors proves his strength as leader is greatly diminished. Show More Summary
Former Virginia Attorney General and Republican gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli said Republican New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie should "take one for the team" and resign as Chairman of the Republican Governors Association (RGA) because his presence on the stump will do more harm than good this year. Show More Summary
Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring Virginia has only just switched from extremist Republican Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli to Democrat Mark Herring, and already we're seeing big changes: Herring said his office will no longer defend...Show More Summary
On January 10, his last weekday in office, Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli (R) issued an official advisory opinion (PDF) that the Virginia Department of Taxation could not allow same-sex couples to file joint tax returns. His...Show More Summary
A panel of political experts on MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell Reports noted the significance of former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli calling for New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to step down as the chairman of the Republican Governor’s Association for the 2014 cycle. Show More Summary
A senior political adviser to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie struck back at former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli Tuesday, after Cuccinelli called on Christie to step down as chairman of the Republican Governors Association in the wake of the George Washington Bridge scandal. Show More Summary
On Tuesday, former Virginia Attorney General and Republican gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli said embattled New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie should resign as chairman of the powerful Republican Governors Association because the scandals Christie is dealing with may tarnish the GOP brand and make him an ineffective surrogate. Show More Summary
I'm not sure when CNN decided to book former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli to appear on Crossfire, but it just so happened he was in studio right when they broke the news that former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife had been indicted in corruption charges for taking gifts in exchange for political favors. Show More Summary
(CNN) – A top Virginia Republican, Ken Cuccinelli, said embattled New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie should step down from his role as chairman of the Republican Governors Association. The former Virginia attorney general and 2013 gubernatorial...Show More Summary
Mark R. Herring, Virginia’s new attorney general, is working quickly to disassemble much of what his predecessor, Republican Ken Cuccinelli II, put in place. Herring (D) dismissed two law firms hired by Cuccinelli to represent the office for former Gov. Show More Summary
Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli hates gays so much that he was thinking about how to further oppress them on his last day in office, Think Progress reports: Cuccinelli’s non-binding opinion, which is dated January 10, 2014, concludes that “a...
So long, farewell, auf Wiedersehen, goodnight. Virginia attorney general and failed candidate for governor Ken Cuccinelli is a petty, petty man. Just hours before leaving office, former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli (R) issued an opinion that appears intended to entrench his own anti-gay policy preferences while he could still speak as his state’s top legal officer. [...]Show More Summary
On his last official day as attorney general of Virginia, failed gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli cemented his antigay legacy by trying to keep the state extending any benefits to legally married same-sex couples. read more
Just hours before leaving office, former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli (R) issued an opinion that appears intended to entrench his own anti-gay policy preferences while he could still speak as his state's top legal officer. The post On Last Full Day In Office, Ex-Virginia Attorney General Sneaks In Anti-Gay Legal Opinion appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Virginia Republicans are certainly dedicated to outlawing sex. First, former (thankfully) Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli expressed his desire to bring back sodomy laws, despite the Supreme Court striking those laws down, because being gay “doesn’t comport with natural law.” Now state Sen. Thomas Garrett has introduced a bill that would make oral and anal sex between […]