A revealing comparison of Republican districts that deny and don’t deny the 2020 outcome.
Fifty-plus “local” news outlets are a front for David Brock and company.
With masks off, political leaders are urging people to get out there and spend money.
Kimberly Webb Joyner, my first wife and the mother of my children, has been gone a decade.
It’s usually more effective to run for something rather than against someone.
A piece in The Atlantic inspires thoughts.
A series of mismatches mean would-be workers can’t find employment despite an abundance of openings.
One party is divided on how to govern and the other is united in not governing.
The Commonwealth is much more diverse than national election returns might indicate.
A shocking number of states no longer require them and the Leader of the Free World lacks the authority to change that.
The popular former governor wants another crack at it.
A rather remarkable milestone in that it’s coming so late.
A fundamental building block of our system makes it nearly impossible to fix.
We were much slower and have higher non-conformity than countries that have it under control.
The lousy hybrid option has been scrapped in favor of a worthless virtual one.
Contra the CDC, the AAP says getting kids to class outweighs the modest risk of their catching COVID-19.
Parents can’t homeschool their kids and hold down jobs indefinitely.
The lockdowns are ending and likely not coming back.
A surprisingly slow response from a governor who has been proactive during the crisis.
Vastly more people died than needed to and the economy still crashed.
The greatest crisis the nation has faced in my lifetime.
Prosecutors in two Virginia counties have announced that they will decline to prosecute low-level drug possession cases.
With her eyes on her political future in a GOP dominated by Trumpism, Nikki Haley is attempting to rewrite the history of one of the most significant events of her time as Governor of South Carolina.
Nine months after what seemed like the end of his political career, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam has mounted a comeback,
A conservative columnist explains how once-Republican states are switching sides.
Tuesday’s elections continued a trend in which Republicans have lost support among suburban voters, even in deeply red states. Guess who’s responsible for that.
Another bad night for Republicans in Virginia, and another warning sign for Republicans nationally.
Virginia voters don’t like Donald Trump, or Republicans in general, very much right now, and that could translate into Democrats taking control of the state legislature for the first time in nearly 30 years.