A CNU poll shows that majorities of Virginians — including majorities of conservatives and Republicans — support reform of the state’s marijuana laws.
For a party that is skeptical of government (and rightly so), we can be strangely enthusiastic about handing that government more and more power in an area where its mistakes are most destructive to people’s lives: criminal law.
Pew finds that “financially insecure Americans” (that’s a cite quote, not a scare quote) don’t support Democrats more than their fellow citizens, and agree with Republicans on some major issues. But they don’t vote for us. Perhaps if we weren’t so eager to raise their taxes…
Governor Terry McAuliffe proposes that all voting equipment in Virginia should be the same. He is wrong.
An angry, race-charged mob shut down Charlottesville’s December 15 City Council meeting. The trouble commenced during “matters by the public,” where citizens have three minutes to address the council. When John Heyden, an older, white Charlottesville resident began to speak on the topic of factual racial dialogue, moans, whoops, hollers, chants, and cries of “racist” […]