Schoeneman: Takeaways from Tuesday’s Tsunami
Bearing Drift’s Editor-in-Chief Emeritus returns for a look at what happened in Virginia on Tuesday, and what it means going forward.
Schoeneman: In Charlottesville, the Tragic Impact of Political Theater
Political theater is not governance. Yet we keep rewarding those who are best at it.
So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish
It’s been a great seven years with Bearing Drift, and here’s my goodbye to my friends, colleagues and the best readers in Virginia.
Just Shut Up, Corey
Corey Stewart can’t stop saying stupid things. Time for him to shut up.
April 1-June 1 Fundraising Report Recap
Financial reports for Virginia statewide candidates leading into the June 13 primary.
McAuliffe Actions Create Virginia Constitutional Crisis
In a last gasp attempt to keep Medicaid expansion on the table, Governor McAuliffe is directing executive branch agencies to ignore the General Assembly and pretend two of his vetoes were valid. This will end badly…for him.
You Had One Job, Dave
There’s a lot that goes into being a Congressman. Showing up to vote is #1, however. Unless, of course, you represent Virginia’s 7th District.
Prince William Clerk of Court Race Loss is Warning for November
The Democrats pulled off an impressive victory in Prince William County yesterday, sending a signal to Virginia Republicans we would be foolish to ignore.
Reeves Hits New Low in Campaign Fundraising Attacks
Bryce Reeves’ attack on Jill Vogel’s father in his latest campaign email is beyond the pale.
The Quiet Competence of Frank Wagner
He’s got more experience in office than his two opponents combined, but despite his quiet competence, Senator Frank Wagner can’t seem to gain momentum in the GOP gubernatorial primary.