Cynthia Dunbar Gearing Up For Fourth Campaign For Congress?
There’s a joke about a bad penny, cockroaches after a nuclear war, and so forth. These things keep coming back…
He Is Risen
“Fear not ye: for I know that ye seek Jesus, which was crucified. He is not here: for he is risen.”
The Score: Notre-Dame, Holy Grounds, Mueller Report, Payday Lending
This week on The Score – What have we learned from the Mueller Report? Can the Cathedral of Notre-Dame be restored to its medieval glory? Is there a link between coffee drinking and religious faith? Do payday lending regulations help or hurt the working poor?
The Report Is Out … On USMCA
What report did you think I meant?
Chesterfield’s Joan Girone Shattered the Glass Ceiling for 1970s Young Women
First woman elected to Chesterfield County’s Board of Supervisors
Former Virginia Governor McAuliffe Decides Against 2020 Presidential Run
But is he setting up for a second run for Governor?
U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine Will Hold Staunton Office Hours Next Week
Constituents have the opportunity to meet with a representative
Trump’s Bad Trade ‘Deal’ With China Takes Shape
The president’s ignorance of international economics has reduced him to begging the Chinese Communist Party not to eliminate tariffs but to shift them to non-farming imports, because he wants to keep the ones he imposed himself.
A Simple Explanation of Medicaid Expansion
Medicaid expansion provides coverage for those who fall through the cracks of insurance coverage
The Score’s Interview Subject Wins Pulitzer for Douglass Biography
Historian David W. Blight, who appeared twice in recent weeks on The Score, has received the Pulitzer Prize in History for his biography of Frederick Douglass.