My sister wasn’t aborted, but she could have been
My sister beat the odds. But first, she had the chance to breathe. 15,000 more babies a year could get that opportunity if one simple, humane law is successful.
The funniest card of the season
The Senate Republican Caucus card reflects poetically on the changing of the guard this year.
Scholte: It is the year of the underdog
Scholte dishes on being a Republican woman in politics, Gerry Connolly’s record, the most important function of government, and more.
Foust Supporters Anger Women Voters with Sexist Tweet
It’s like we got to peek behind the curtain at what they really think of hard-working Virginia women.
Outrageous Attack Shows Foust Not Ready to Lead
Foust needs to go to school in how to respect the diversity of women’s professional accomplishments. Women’s jobs aren’t one size fits all. And surprise though it may be, women don’t always think alike, look alike, have identical interests, or vote the same way.
3 Things to Remember in 7th District Analysis
The Republican majority leader just lost an open primary in a largely conservative district. The race will be analyzed for weeks to come. As the post-op commences, here are three things to remember.
A Thousand Cuts
The loss of our top two statewide candidates was a death of a thousand cuts. Here are a few of them:
WoW – dispatch from the real War on Women
Everywhere I turn, I find Virginians who are fed up with the war on women meme. They are asking questions…
The Most Important Election
Virginians have a choice between competing visions for our Commonwealth.
Cuccinelli election crisis for abortion industry, Washington Post opines
Is the Washington Post preparing to endorse Ken Cuccinelli? if “safe, legal, and RARE” abortions is their goal, perhaps so… Or maybe that isn’t their goal, after all…