Cannon: On Gerrymandering, Supreme Court Set to Hear Arguments on ‘Viewpoint Discrimination’
Can our government treat us differently based on which political party we belong to? That’s the question on the docket for SCOTUS next week.
We Need Chris Peace
His record proves his conservative standing.
Jordan: Virginia’s Very Bad Black History Month
As we end Black History Month, let us recommit every month to lead the nation, once again, in achieving opportunity and racial unity.
Haner: Tax Break Powers Opposition To Huge Solar Farm
Opposition is fierce and got a national airing February 15 by conservative radio icon Sean Hannity, branding it as Governor Ralph Northam’s own Green New Deal.
Haner: Can We Step Back and Ask, Why Not Forgive?
The American political arena now resembles the blood-soaked sand of the Roman Coliseum.
Tina Freitas: Home Schoolers Need Not Apply
The “Tebow Bill,” brought to the General Assembly for over a decade, was again killed in committee.
McPhee: When Free Exercise Comes at a Price
Today marks the 233rd anniversary of Virginia’s Act for Religious Freedom.
Ramadan: The Unembraceable Trump
What did Trump’s embrace really mean for Republicans?
Shewmake: Wisconsin Republicans’ Power Grab is a Disgrace to the Grand Old Party
What the Wisconsin Republicans are doing to strip the offices of governor and attorney general of power during a lame duck session is short-sighted, disgraceful, and disrespectful to the electorate.
A House Divided Against Itself Cannot Stand
Former RPV Executive Director Ed Matricardi calls on Republicans to work together to win