Democrats desperately trying to drive a Hillary-esque narrative; reality breaks the safe space.
We now face a psychotherapeutic argument that would allow individuals to self-identify as different and distinct “persons” in different situations, each of which must be accepted for “what it is.”
My friend Shaun Kenney provides his optimism about Ed Gillespie here. This post is in response, explaining why I think my guy, Ralph Northam, has better reasons to be hopeful of victory. First, there is the relative state of the parties in Virginia. In the last two gubernatorial races, the Commonwealth was within one point of the…
This article was published by RAND just a few days ago, but it makes a salient point about lone wolf terrorism and how individuals are radicalized.
Simply put? Gillespie didn’t have to change who he was to win. Northam did, and that’s a problem for the Democrats moving towards November.
Democrats are clearly angry at Republicans. It’s also clear that Republicans are, too.
Of course, now that it is apparent that Stewart is going to lose, he can perform this little act of covfefe and see if anyone notices.
Gillespie and Vogel appear to have things comfortably in hand; Perriello vs. Northam is a different matter entirely…
For the Republicans, it is starting to look more and more like George Allen’s primary victory in 2014.
Today’s installment? $15,000 shares in Exxon Mobil.