Russ: Why Secretary of Defense Mattis is a Terrible Idea
Merle Russ on the need for civilian control of the military.
The Score: The Denver Riggleman interview
Rick Sincere talks with Denver Riggleman about the issues, philosophy, and aims of his GOP gubernatorial bid.
Monday Is Free Entrance to National Parks
All national parks are fee free on Monday, January 16.
The Rise and Fall of a Buddy Bill
In the first of a multi-part series, Susan Sili analyzes the rise of a “buddy bill” in the General Assembly and the impact it could have on dog-owners and hunters across the Commonwealth.
Snowy Sights Along Western Virginia’s U.S. Route 11
Historic and leisurely, Virginia U.S. Route 11 offers an alternative to I-81.
The Score: They’re back…
On the show this week: The General Assembly has returned to Richmond, so make sure to bury the silver. Mr. Obama offers a long, fluffy goodbye; fresh blood in the gubernatorial race (as opposed to the brick-like leftovers of previous contests); To Perriello pens a letter to Democrats; monkey drool and frat boys (but we repeat ourselves) and…choosing a theme song for the Perriello campaign. Scott wants your suggestions.
EXCLUSIVE: Vogel Responds to Reeves Allegations
In her own words, Senator Jill Vogel responds to allegations made by Senator Bryce Reeves and others over anonymous emails sent attacking Senator Reeves last year.
Bob McDonnell In Familiar Territory at State Capitol
Virginia’s former governor spent 22 years as a public servant in Virginia capitol.
Responsibly Expanding Broadband in Virginia
“The biggest hurdle localities face when attempting a broadband build out is how to fund it. Resources are often spread thin so it is critical that any money spent towards broadband expansion is done so in the most efficient way possible.”
Day 1: Prayer Breakfast, Convening 2017 General Assembly, State of the Commonwealth Address
First day of the 2017 Virginia General Assembly in now in the history books.