When we will look back at Election 2017, if Theresa May’s Tories do pull this out (and Fraser Nelson agrees with me that this is no longer certain), the recovery will likely have begun today. I have three reasons for this assumption. First, with YouGov now showing a five-point gap (UK Polling Report), the Tories…
The consequences for Virginia’s 2017 gubernatorial elections are stark… but not in the way you think.
Zuckerberg is wrong. Debate the ethics or morality of a universal basic income, but don’t call it equality.
Well, that escalated quickly. Less than three days after the Manchester attack froze the UK election campaign in its tracks, it resumed today with UKIP’s manifesto launch, during which MEP Suzanne Evans dropped this (Telegraph): Ms Evans detailed what she saw as Mrs May’s failings on matters of defence and security during the current Prime Minister’s…
The solution to the challenge the Alt-Right presents isn’t the adoption of the language of the left. Rather, it’s the adoption of something far more American — our Christian identity.
Stewart focused on finding efficiencies in government to prevent tolls rather than repealing the 2013 transportation taxes.
Two symbols of two World Wars show the depravity of evil. The evil is real. It’s not the aerial or belt bombs. The evil is in the bombers themselves.
Yet another poll indicating broad support for cheap clean energy and the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
Over at the Virginian-Pilot, Brock Vergakis gives some insight as to the U.S. Navy’s vision for a 350-ship fleet by the 2020s — rather than the scheduled 2040s: The only shipyard to build aircraft carriers in the United States says the Navy’s vision for building them more frequently could save $1.5 billion for every three carriers…
From the Washington Post, which helpfully redefines the word aghast.