My name may be familiar to some readers. I am a senior contributor and featured writer for Bearing Drift, the pioneer in Virginia conservative online news and editorial media. Over the last several years my writing has focused on local government issues, policy and how these relate to our Virginia General Assembly. My perspective is…
Ralph Northam has moved so far to the left, his campaign cannot move back to the center effectively at all. So he has to force Gillespie to make a mistake… to come off center.
The Republican electorate wants someone who will fight for them.
Why are Democrats asking Republicans to condemn a terrorist organization formed by Democrats themselves?
To acknowledge there are differing perspectives is harmless, but to assert intractable stubbornness in your own perspectives is the height of ignorance. To insist that all perspectives are valid – as Nietzsche did – is absolutely dangerous.
Northam’s campaign has been utterly silent on the merits of the Morva case, much less whether or not he would pardon or condemn the mentally ill to death.
A Republican House and a Republican Senate have one job – send Republican bills to the Republican President to sign.
For all the crying liberals have been doing over the Senate Republican health care plan, maybe it’s just because they are afraid of the consequences of their own ideas?
So here’s the question that should keep Democrats up at night in a cold sweat: is Ed Gillespie the Virginia version of Emmanuel Macron?
Sabato himself demurs in the local NPR piece, but UVA could do far worse.