This isn’t leadership. This is politics. And it could have some damning consequences for Israel, the Middle East, and America.
Another departure from the RPV, this time my friend Garren Shipley: The spokesman for the Republican Party of Virginia will announce Friday that he is leaving to take a job that will allow him more time with his young family. Garren was one of, if not the, hardest working reporter in Capitol Square before taking […]
Daisy chain in Virginia Beach with announced retirement of McWaters.
There you have it. A very unserious governor vs. a very measured and serious Pete Snyder, an entrepreneur with the street credentials to back up the talk.
On the same day that the Washington Post carried a front-page story about the worrisome “StingRay” technology that aids police agencies in spying on citizens, Robert Siegel of NPR’s All Things Considered interviewed Del. Rich Anderson (R-Prince William County) about the General Assembly’s Ben Franklin Privacy Caucus, which the NPR host described as “an unusual […]
With the Supreme Court all over the map on a similar case in Alabama, the District Court decided to kick the can down the road. Yet, oddly enough, the folks who are complaining the most (Democrats) might be the biggest winners here.