The End of the Weekly Standard
After 23 years, its final issue is Monday
What the Georgia Runoff Told Us
Tuesday night was Election Runoff Night in Georgia. The results give some hope – and some concern – to both parties.
COPN: The Big Health Care Reform Issue That’s Still Out There
Republicans and Democrats in Richmond can make Virginia more prepared for the newly insured by allowing for more providers to respond to the demand.
So How Are Things for the Democrats These Days?
The election results for the Democrats were good enough to flip the House on Election Night (and the Virginia delegation…
RPV Gets the November Blues … Again
In many ways, Virginia was a microcosm of the nation in last night’s midterm elections.
Kaine and Warner Help Their Party by Accident With Gorsuch Filibuster
The two Virginia Senators, by forcing the demise of the Supreme Court nominee filibuster, have ensured an easier campaign for Democrats in 2020, not that they would recognize the reason, or like it.
One Week After Visiting Newport News, Trump Whacks Major Employer in Region
He spoke. He left. He wants to cancel a $500 million contract.
COPN Reform Dies in State Senate, Again
The Republican-controlled State Senate preserves a health care market regulation regime so restrictive that Barack Obama opposed it as president.
Questions for Messrs. Northam and Perriello
While the fellow across the Potomac at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue may appear to be sucking all the oxygen out of the room, there are issues in the Commonwealth that need attention.
It’s Time to Change the Statue Statute
Banning localities from removing statues is Richmond’s tyranny on localities, and the past’s tyranny on the present. Neither are proper responses to presentism, no matter what presentism itself may get wrong.