Sports and Politics
I prefer to stick around and make an effort to right the Republican ship. It won’t happen overnight, but neither did the undesirable turn that the GOP has taken.
Update on the 2nd District Race
Congressman Scott Taylor faces a primary opponent with no cash and a message that’s about as compelling and informative as watching paint dry.
Norfolk GOP Proposes Ban on Campaign, Political Staff From Leadership
This kind of nonsense is what turns people off to politics.
Out of State Money, Endorsements Fuel Campaigns of Democrats Turpin and Fowler in Virginia Beach
The 21st District is always competitive, and the 85th will be one to watch on Tuesday.
Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Outrage
For every liberal losing their mind over what pronoun we should call someone by, or because of Chick-Fil-a’s CEO stating that he didn’t support gay marriage, there were conservatives crying about what the cups at Starbucks looked like one Christmas.
Should Local GOP Units Endorse in Non-Partisan Races?
A proposal to undo the local unit’s policy of not endorsing candidates for City Council and School Board has met resistance in Virginia Beach.
Former James City County Board of Supervisors Chair to Challenge Rep. Scott Taylor in VA-02
Taylor has been criticized for lack of Trump support. The facts say otherwise.
America’s Need for Normalcy
Turn off Fox News, InfoWars, CNN, MSNBC, and stop having their information spoon-fed by people with an agenda and a vested interest in keeping people angry.
Why Repealing the 17th Amendment is a Great Idea
It was ratified in 1913 and established the direct election of Senators by popular vote.
Do Republicans Even Want to Repeal the ACA?
We’ve wasted the better part of the last decade hoping for repeal.