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Bacon's Rebellion was an armed rebellion in 1676 by Virginia settlers led by Nathaniel Bacon against the rule of Governor William Berkeley. The colony's dismissive policy as it related to the political challenges of its western frontier, along with other challenges including leaving Bacon out of his inner circle, refusing to allow Bacon to be a part of his fur trade with the Indians, and Doeg Indian attacks, helped to motivate a popular uprising against Berkeley, who had failed to address the demands
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We Can Disagree, But Let's Do So Civilly

Bacon's Rebellion - 17 Dec 2017
These are remarks made by Cliff Hyra, Libertarian Party candidate in the recent gubernatorial election, on the need for civil discourse in Virginia and the United States at the Big Bacon Fry two weeks ago. I'll have more to say in future posts about ...
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Roll Back Rate Freeze, Says Haner

Bacon's Rebellion - 17 Dec 2017
Bacon's bottom line: General Assembly debate will take place against a political backdrop far more hostile to the power companies than in the past, as many new elected senators and delegates refused to take campaign contributions from Dominion and ...
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Solar Projects Progress in Orange, Campbell

Bacon's Rebellion - 15 Dec 2017
Apco commits to solar… Appalachian Power Co., Virginia's second largest electric utility, has signed an agreement to purchase electricity from the 15-megawatt Depot Solar Center in Campbell County as part its shift from coal to renewables. The deal ...
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What If… Dominion Pursued a Solar+Smart Grid Strategy?

Bacon's Rebellion - 15 Dec 2017
Bacon's bottom line: As I read the tea leaves, Dominion's push to modernize the electric grid may represent more than a tactical bid to shore up short-term profits and may reflect a deeper change in strategic thinking about the shift in the relative ...
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McAuliffe Acts to Stem Teacher Shortages

Bacon's Rebellion - 12 Dec 2017
Bacon's bottom line: Good for McAuliffe. Once upon a time in Virginia, teaching required no more than an B.A. degree. At some point, based on the logic that more education would turn out better teachers, Virginia began requiring M.A. degrees. I have ...
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Water Board Gives Atlantic Coast Pipeline Conditional Approval

Bacon's Rebellion - 12 Dec 2017
In a 4 to 3 vote, the State Water Control Board gave a provisional water-quality certification for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline today, but added a big condition reports WHSV television: The permit won't take effect until several additional studies are ...
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Reinventing Roanoke

Bacon's Rebellion - 13 Dec 2017
Bacon's bottom line: The Roanoke Valley is hardly booming right now. But the city is reinventing itself, creating in downtown the kinds of places that creatives and Millennials want to live. It is undergoing the same kind of transformation, on a ...
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Acronyms that Will Change our Communities: MaaS and LML

Bacon's Rebellion - 05 Dec 2017
You know something is destined to become the Next Big Thing when a business research firm like Navigant Research starts charging $1,800 for special reports on the subject. I can't afford to pay that kind of money, but I do subscribe to Navigant's ...
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More People Still Leaving Virginia than Moving In

Bacon's Rebellion - 07 Dec 2017
Virginia has experienced its fourth consecutive year of domestic out-migration, reports Hamilton Lombard with the University of Virginia's demographic research group in its StatChat blog. Prior to 2013, Virginia had never experienced a year of out ...
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Albemarle County's Unfortunate Distinction

Bacon's Rebellion - 01 Dec 2017
Bacon's bottom line: The company says the uncertainty created by the GOP push to repeal Obamacare and a Trump administration decision to end subsidies to insurers contributed to the rise in premiums. That uncertainty undoubtedly has accelerated the ACA ...
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Thanking Those Who Make EnergyShare Work

Bacon's Rebellion - 30 Nov 2017
While other states do run energy assistance programs, none is as comprehensive as Virginia's, which couples weatherization with emergency aid as well as initiatives targeting homeless veterans and the disabled. The Commonwealth of Virginia provides a ...
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Virginia's Income Drain: $1.5 Billion Last Year

Bacon's Rebellion - 13 Dec 2017
Last week I noted that more people left Virginian between 2015 and 2016 than moved into the state — the fourth year in a row the Old Dominion suffered more out-migration than in-migration. From a taxpayer's perspective, that wouldn't be so bad if poor ...
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Sluggish Economic Growth May Pick up in 2018

Bacon's Rebellion - 20 Nov 2017
The decline in Department of Defense contracts (red line) has hit Virginia hard since 2011. Source: 2017 State of the Commonwealth Report. Economic growth in Virginia has under-performed the national average since the beginning of the business cycle ...
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Still a Few Slots Open for the Big Bacon Fry

Bacon's Rebellion - 27 Nov 2017
The political discourse in the United States just gets nastier. People in the other political tribe aren't just misguided or informed by different values, they're ignorant, stupid, lying, evil people out to ruin the country. If you're a Bacon's ...
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Dominion Open to Ending Rate Freeze

Bacon's Rebellion - 05 Dec 2017
While the excess revenues would not be returned directly to rate payers under the proposal, Webb told Bacon's Rebellion, rate payers would benefit indirectly: Dominion would not need to recoup the investment through a Rate Adjustment Clause, the usual ...
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More Tuition Increases Recommended at UVa

Bacon's Rebellion - 08 Dec 2017
Bacon's bottom line: It makes sense to charge different tuition & fees for different schools and programs. After all, the educational products are very different. Costs vary widely from school to school, and so does competition, demand, and value ...
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What College Presidents Measure and Manage

Bacon's Rebellion - 21 Nov 2017
While Paino's dashboard does not provide all the data that I would like to see, were I on UMW's Board of Visitors, it encapsulates more crucial information in one document than I have found for any other Virginia university. That's not to say that ...
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No Paino, No Gaino

Bacon's Rebellion - 20 Nov 2017
The University of Mary Washington had endured ten tough years when it hired Troy Paino in 2016. The new president is working to restore its competitive stature among public Virginia colleges. Between its founding in 1908 and 2006 almost a century later ...
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The Airbnb Dilemma: Regulate or Not?

Bacon's Rebellion - 21 Nov 2017
Bacon's Rebellion. Reinventing Virginia for the 21st Century. Skip to content. Home · About · James A. Bacon · Groveton · The Blog · Articles · CURA@VCU · Resources · Energy · ← The Economic Cost of Virginia's Opioid Epidemic · What College Presidents ...

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