The Virginia Gubernatorial Debate Settled Nothing — But Congress Might
What game changer could shake up the Virginia race?
Virginia Elected Officials Are Pondering Response to Equifax Data Breach
Virginians may be better protected than those in other states.
Score: The politics of swimsuits
On the show this week: Bernie wants to be your doctor; UVA embraces its inner moonbat; and politics continues its march into every corner of our lives.
Leahy: The 2018 Senate Race in Virginia Gets Slightly Clearer
Gilmore? Ingraham? Brat? Comstock? Who will run against Tim Kaine?
Score: Gouging the candidates
On the show this week: There’s a governor’s race underway (so pay attention); the “Dating Games” meets the political class; interviews from the Labor Day parade on price gouging and DACA, and much more.
Score: Hurricane Politics and the Macker’s Ever Changing Views
On the radio show this weeK; Disaster brings out the best n people, and the worst in our political class; Scott dusts off his Laffer Curve napkins; the Governor speaks, and speaks some more; Plus pardons, statues, schools, and the chicken wing crisis.
Score: About those monuments…
On the radio show this week: Virginia politics gets rocked by a blue and grey haymaker; where do mobs finally draw the line; the gubernatorial candidates debate metalwork; and the eclipse.
Leahy: The Time for Ed Gillespie’s ‘Buckley Moment’ Has Arrived
A Gillespie version of a “Buckley moment,” emulating William F. Buckley’s casting the toxic John Birch Society out of the conservative movement in the early 1960s, wouldn’t just cleanse the Virginia Republican ranks of a creeping cancer, it also would elevate him in the eyes of all sensible Virginians.
Score: The Lieutenant Governor Candidates Debate
On the show this week: audio of the lt. gov. debate; Google madness; Kaepernick sickness; dress code wackiness; and Mel Brooks.
Leahy: Bricks and mortar may be key in the Virginia governor’s race
Will Gillespie or Northam make Virginia schools great again?