Donald Trump once proclaimed he could stand in the middle of 5th Street in New York City and shoot someone and he wouldn’t lose a single supporter, but his dangerous gambit with the American HealthCare Act could result in much more carnage than one body in the street. According to the Washington Post, in a…
FBI Director James Comey is being roundly vilified and praised by Democrats. It’s a whirlwind.
Still… at least I know where to file my complaint about all the Reagan and RFK stuff coming down. That is, unless, Tommy Mitchell wanted all of his old gear back… in which case, I’ll blame him instead.
Law professor and U.S. Army reservist Matt Pinsker is the first to file in HOD-56 in the race to replace Delegate Peter Ferrell, having gathered $11,000 in the first week of operations.
Former 7th District Chairman and longtime conservative Linwood Cobb is seriously weighing a run for HOD-72 being vacated by Delegate Jimmie Massie, according to sources.
Let me begin with a disclaimer: I am Jersey-born, great-great-great-great-grandson of anti-slavery political machinist Thurlow Weed, and the co-founder of Southern Unionist History Month (it’s May, for those who want to know). So it should surprise no one that I take great issue with Shaun Kenney’s tortured defense of the “stars and bars”. Shaun is…
Someone needs to do a deeper dive on these quid pro quos in Virginia government — both local and state.
Ought to be mandatory viewing; a booster shot against memes.
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.
In fact, the converse is true: any candidate who cannot stand next to the Confederate flag and articulate the vices and virtues of the Southern Confederacy (and the long and troubled history in dealing with those vices and how they extend to the present day) does not deserve the Governor’s Mansion.