Leahy: ‘A Few Questions for Mr. Northam and Mr. Gillespie’
With Saturday’s VBA Gubernatorial Debate coming up, Norm has questions he would like to ask the candidates if he were moderator.
Leahy: Let the Libertarian Debate
Some are saying all three gubernatorial candidates should participate in debates.
Score: Kaine’s compassion, and Herring’s resistance
On the radio show this week: Tim Kaine puts a dollar figure on compassion; the attorney general candidates debate; Bernie goes full bigot; and gender follies.
Leahy: Virginia Republicans Could Learn from Julius Caesar
Republicans lack a William F. Buckley to articulate a vision of conservatism, a Jack Kemp to humanize it and a Ronald Reagan to sell it. The age of Trumpian bluster makes their absence more keenly felt.
Surprise Primary ‘Winners’ Could Have an Eye on 2018
Who benefitted the most from Tuesday’s primary?
Score: At the intersection of primary day, tyrants, and Trump
On the radio show this week: The Post has an “aw, shucks” moment; campaign ads against tyranny; the tyrant speaks; John Kerry chases rainbows; and new grad’s first day on the job.
Score: Confederates in the attic, and on the streets
On the radio show this week: budgets really do matter; the South rises yet again in Virginia politics; losers and the pop stars who emulate them; back to school brainwashing; and Memorial Day. Never forget.
Score: Woke recitals and the Governor’s thermometer
On the radio show this week: Scott among the dancers; the Governor fiddles with the thermostat; getting Congress back on track; restroom design follies; and Scott’s new favorite book.
Score: Ready to Rumble
On the show this week: Resistance, incompetence, chaos…ah, go give your Mom a call instead.
Score: The Looming Gubernatorial Primaries
On the show this week: Tax code fairness, and other liberal pieties; political ads, and other noxious weeds; religious liberty under assault, and sundry Trump responses; plus, Mark Warner, and other things that drive Scott Lee to distraction.