Artists and taxpayers will both benefit when government ends subsidies for the arts.
Given that incidents of terrorism are much rarer today than at any time in more than 40 years and that violent crime is at a lower rate in the United States today than it was in the 1960s, why do you persist in frightening the American people with apocalyptic rhetoric that bears little resemblance to reality?
As we batten down the hatches for Hurricane Joaquin, we should rethink Virginia’s misguided anti-price gouging law, which ends up hurting consumers when they are most vulnerable.
An American can-do spirit is on display as DC-area residents come together to coordinate relief efforts for storm-ravaged Dominica in the Eastern Caribbean.
Chinese hackers have launched a cyberattack against the University of Virginia’s IT system, targeting at least two individual UVA employees.
Overlawyered.com’s Walter Olson talks about product labeling and same-sex marriage in this podcast.
Congressman Robert Hurt came to breakfast in Charlottesville on Saturday and defended his free-trade votes to hostile GOP constituents.
In Virginia, it’s harder to become a barber or a manicurist than it is to be an armed security guard.