Reeves: “Let’s test the equipment”
“To know me, is to know I’m not a lawyer or a lobbyist who tries to win you over with fancy words that only seek to muddy the water and obscure the truth. I seek the facts and I follow them wherever they lead.”
Russ: Why Secretary of Defense Mattis is a Terrible Idea
Merle Russ on the need for civilian control of the military.
EXCLUSIVE: Vogel Responds to Reeves Allegations
In her own words, Senator Jill Vogel responds to allegations made by Senator Bryce Reeves and others over anonymous emails sent attacking Senator Reeves last year.
Responsibly Expanding Broadband in Virginia
“The biggest hurdle localities face when attempting a broadband build out is how to fund it. Resources are often spread thin so it is critical that any money spent towards broadband expansion is done so in the most efficient way possible.”
Mike Rubino Wrong About Corey Stewart
Allen, an intern in the Trump campaign says: Stewart poured his heart and soul into the Trump campaign. She’s not sure why Rubino and Fredericks are “now colluding to take Corey down.”
Hurt: Checking the Obama Administration’s Final Push At Executive Overreach
Congressman Hurt describes congressional action that attempts to prevent the Obama administration from imposing a wide range of regulations.
Pham: Coping Also Means Respect and Work
Tony Pham talks elections and the future.
Spiker: The Polls Weren’t Incorrect, We Read them Incorrectly
Spiker the Elder: “Data can only be what they are; it’s up to pollsters and the media to report them properly.”
Hedlund: Reflections of a Deplorable
7th District SCC member Ron Hedlund extends the olive branch.
CANNAN: No Easy Solutions In Syria
Foreign policy realism will be the order of the day in Syria and elsewhere, argues Cannan.