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…
The progressive fatwa against Dominion is looking more and more unhinged every day, especially as the crazy-eyed op-eds start gaining the wrong sort of attention from folks on the outside.
It is no secret that the Democrats have been running an open campaign to discredit and hamstring the Trump presidency. Now after months of hammering this guy, they think they might have something in a memorandum from former FBI Director James Comey that suggests that Trump may have instructed Comey to suspend an investigation into General Flynn. Or an…
Ethno-nationalist identitarians are snake-eaters of the worst sort. They are an evil that can stand on their own two feet.
Labour began the week proposing a tax increase on something most Americans think don’t even exist in Britain: private health insurance policies. As the Telegraph notes: “Around 10 per cent of the population has private medical cover, meaning the policy would affect six million people, though the figure includes children and spouses who are covered…
All this blood for something as mediocre as the ACHA?
One year ago, was there an Activate Virginia? Of course there wasn’t… and why not? Because there was no Tom Perriello for Governor.
Still, the AHCA remains effectively unchanged from what was nearly voted down in March before Speaker Ryan pulled it back… at least, until $8 billion sweeteners are added to make the bill more palatable to the House moderates.
State Senator Frank Wagner’s starting position is the default position of most legislators in Richmond — what can we actually do with the cards on the table?