Vargas: Gillespie Will Be a Governor Who Keeps Us Safe
Gangs are a threat to everyone. Ed has made continued funding to combat the problem a priority.
Hanger: Virginia’s Sportsmen’s Caucus Celebrates National Hunting and Fishing Day
The outdoor traditions of hunting and angling should not be taken for granted, and opportunities to hunt and fish should continue to be abundantly available for future generations.
Hurricane Relief: FEMA is Outshined by Business Owners HEB, Mattress Mack
Government relief efforts could take a lesson from private businesses.
Ryan Sawyers: Lord of the School Board? Or Lord of the Flies?
It’s time to get back to focusing on our kids and their future.
Draim: In the Aftermath of Charlottesville Tear Down Barriers, Not Statues
Tearing down statues makes no real progress toward alleviating racial inequality while erasing history.
Bacon: Take Down the Jefferson Davis Statue, Erect One to Alexander T. Augusta
Instead of removing all the Monument Avenue statues, a compromise could be made by removing Jefferson Davis.
Snyder: Money Can’t Buy Ralph Love (or Passion from his Base)
Snyder states that outside spending won’t be enough to prop up a “listless campaign.”
Steele: The Silent Majority
More than ever the moderate voices of the silent majority are needed to solve real problems instead of the repugnant fringe opinions that do not accurately represent the majority of Americans.
Steele: I Will Do Something. And I Will Do It Now.
Watching Charlottesville play out before my eyes, I thought someone should stand up and clearly condemn the marching with torches, the Nazi salutes, the chants of “blood and soil.”
Ed Gillespie: Thoughts on Virginia’s Historical Monuments
I believe that decisions about historical statues are best made at the local level.