Senator Jill Vogel, Senator Ryan McDougle, Senator Siobhan Dunnavant, Senator Frank Wagner, and Senator Mark Obenshain — vote up SB 836 and let’s get this one to the floor.
Virginia circles are clutching all the pearls over some old Twitter comments made by Charlottesville City Councilman Wes Bellamy — considered to be a rising star in Democratic circles.
Big news today as Pastor Jack Morgan — all-around great American and hard working activist in Southwest Virginia — endorsed Corey Stewart today.
Fears regarding the rise of nationalist sentiment and the demise of free market conservatism in the West may be a bit overstated, as the French people are demonstrating in their rejection of the National Front.
When we lower the threshold of public discourse from Murrow and Buckley into clickbait, we get the democracy and the leaders — and yes, interference from foreign governments — that we deserve.
This wave of European-style far-right nationalism needs to be vigorously opposed, not only because it is alien to the American framework, but because it is a cure far worse than the globalist disease.
The most anticipated film of 2016 is due to release on December 23rd, and your humble writer cannot wait.
The problem, perhaps, isn’t in how the local governments are catching the grenades coming from federal and state mandates (funded and unfunded), but rather what the public is asking the localities to do within the confines of the straitjackets provided by Richmond.
Since Corey Stewart is putatively the candidate most aligned with Donald Trump for the 2017 gubernatorial contest, the most important question perhaps is what Chairman Stewart will call his opponents?
Waldo Jaquith has been a longtime fixture in the Virginia blogosphere since 2004 (if not longer). So his cautionary tale about equalizing the nature of all knowledge online in the context of today’s social media environment is worth reading.