Justice Fails: Cop Who Shot Black Man in the Back Goes Free
Despite video of a policer officer shooting an unarmed man in the back five times as he ran away, a jury still was unable to convict.
McAuliffe Flip-Flops on Right-to-Work
Three years ago Governor McAuliffe paraded his support for Right-to-Work before the NFIB. Now, he’s against it and campaigning against the Constitutional Amendment to Virginia’s Constitution. Full flip-flop, Governor.
Medicaid Costs to Grow by $300 Million, as McAuliffe and Northam Continue Calls for Expansion
Virginia’s existing Medicaid costs will rise $300 million in 2017. Expanding Medicaid only brings in $211 million in new revenue. You do the math.
As Trump Burns, So Goes Comstock? Not really
As Trump’s campaign lags, his coattails threaten to drag down the entire ticket. Trump’s Virginia Chairman lashes out in hopes of taking down Comstock with him.
Virginia is $1.5 Billion Short, Yet McAuliffe Renews Calls for Medicaid Expansion
Virginia is staring at a $1.5 billion deficit, and McAuliffe renews his call for Medicaid expansion. The math does not add up.
An Early Look at 2017
In exactly one year and one month, Virginians will vote in 2017. Who will they be voting for?
After the VP Debate, Virginia is Breaking Up with Tim Kaine
Tim Kaine debated as a Vice Presidential candidate, and turned in a near-universally agreed upon performance: failure. We’re done.
Hillary Wants to Create a National Database of Five Million Millennials
Hillary’s latest ploy to woo millennials: register them in a national volunteer database.
Donald Trump Won, Because the Debate Didn’t Matter
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton face off in the first presidential debate, and it went exactly as we all expected.
The Kaepernick Conundrum
Colin Kaepernick and other NFL players are protesting. Straightening out some of the misconceptions, and looking to start a conversation is an important first step.