The Wrong Way to Tackle Food Insecurity
Sen. Warner’s proposed legislation assumes a supply-side problem, not a demand-side problem.
Being a Self-Righteous Pain is Not a Crime
Her actions were hardly grounds for holding her in jail without bail for a month.
Let a Hundred Food Trucks Blossom, a Hundred Schools of Cuisine Contend
Food trucks are an increasingly vital part of the urban scene across the United States, yet many suffer from excessive local regulation.
Bible Teaching Should Be a Local, Not a State, Issue
But if the legislature can mandate the instruction of Bible studies, it can also reverse the mandate.
The Polar Vortex: Big Test for Virginia’s Energy Infrastructure
How will the energy industry — electric utilities, natural gas pipelines, home oil deliveries — hold up under the strain of record cold temps?
Where Will 30,000 More Tech Degrees Come From?
With Amazon’s need for thousands of employees, the Commonwealth will need to up the number of computer science degrees
Amazon HQ Speculation in Full Boil
Northern Virginia is solidifying its position as the perceived front runner in the competition for Amazon’s massive HQ2 project.
A Tightly Focused Plan for Boosting Virginia’s Business-Climate Rankings
Virginia’s business climate rankings remain significantly lower than in its glory days
Moody’s: Virginia Local Government Credit Quality Healthy Despite High Debt Burdens
There’s good news and bad news in the latest report
Virginia Ill Prepared to Weather a Recession
Could Virginia be one of the states least prepared to weather an economic downturn?