Someone needs to do a deeper dive on these quid pro quos in Virginia government — both local and state.
This morning’s Roanoke Times ran my op-ed regarding immigration reform, viewing President Trump’s softening on the Gang of Eight proposal as an opening we should take advantage of — and quickly.
Haddad: “Whatever someone’s position is on this issue Paul should be applauded for bringing focus to an important issue, namely healthcare and the backroom deals that too often accompany legislation.”
Don’t expect anyone to cry for federal bureaucrats in Washington D.C.
Is Wagner suggesting that we throw money at Virginia’s transportation problems? Sadly, yes…
The real question isn’t whether or not we are too polarized. The problem is that American governance is too distant from we the people.
RINOcare is out, and it is a populist hot mess.
…but this isn’t remarkable. In fact, it’s proper process.
I weighed in on the president’s initial immigration order before he signed it. While my concerns over it were largely confirmed, I thought it best to wait this time until the revised version was actually, finally, out. Well, as USA Today notes, “Trump took a second swing at his temporary travel ban Monday.” On the…
For God’s sake, don’t settle on “it’s policy now” as the standard for right and wrong.