More Virginia Revenue Shortfalls in the Aftermath of a Tax Increase
In this century, Virginia has seen two decades, two large tax increases, and two major sets of revenue shortfalls. Perhaps that correlates more than is realized in Richmond.
SNP Holds to Old Pro-EU Expertise Even As Experts Themselves Back Off
On the plus side, the “Nats” have given Brexiteers an excuse to take apart Project Fear assumptions in detail.
The Moderates Will Get Rolled Saturday
Irony will reign supreme this weekend at the Republican SCC meeting. The “establishment” – such as it is – will suffer as all Greek tragic heroes do, by getting exactly what it wants.
Donald Trump, Breitbart, and the Long Con
Donald Trump’s new campaign CEO could be the bridge to the future of the Trump Brand and the Republican Party: namely, the former continuing to drain the latter of vitality.
When Was Virginia “Deeply Red” Anyway?
Virginia was supposedly a reliably Republican state “a little more than a decade ago.” That would be quite a surprise to those of us who lived here back then.
U.S. Backed Rebels Take Syrian City from Daesh
The Neither-Deash-nor-Assad policy begins to bear fruit.
Chinese Communist Party Becomes Unexpected Loser in Brexit Aftermath
The aftershocks of the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union have opened a surprise fissure between the UK and the Chinese Communist Party – one anti-Communists should be quick to seize.
IMF Internal Watchdog Blasts Fund Over Euro Reaction
In the run-up to the Brexit referendum, Remainian told voters to trust the IMF. Now the IMF is admitting it can’t trust itself.
No, Republicans, Hillary Clinton Isn’t Worse Than Donald Trump
The Republican nominee has made it clear this week he would badly damage the country. Mrs. Clinton will inflice different wounds, but not worse ones.
IMF Admits Brexit Won’t Cause Recession, Proving Its Critics Right
Amidst the panic about voters rejecting the “experts”, the International Monetary Fund validates that rejection by admitting to a big mistake.