Did Green Antifa Just Hack Virginia’s Department of Environmental Quality?

Virginia's Department of Environmental Quality was victim to a cyberattack in May, with the Virginia Information Technologies Agency unable to determine the origin.

Northam’s Shocking Opposition To Offshore Drilling Will Weaken State Revenues

The House of Representatives is considering new draft legislation set to advance exploration and production of offshore oil and natural gas; however, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam believes this represents a clear and present threat to Virginia’s economy.

Virginia’s Tenth Congressional Race: Jennifer Wexton’s Resistance v. Barbara Comstock’s Results

As the general election season in Virginia's Tenth Congressional District unfolds, the battle against Democratic candidate Jennifer Wexton and Republican Congresswoman Barbara Comstock will be clear: resistance versus results.

Remember These 5 Things About Democrat Jennifer Wexton

After all, if you're willing to put your own staff in fake police costumes better suited for a frat party?  That's a pretty desperate play. 

Trump-Trudeau Tariff Tiff Causes Canadians To Boycott American Products And Businesses

As the trade war of words continues between President Donald Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Canadian nationalism is on the rise as people boycott American products in the Great White North.

Domino’s Saving Paving Operation May Put VDOT Out Of Business

VDOT said recently that fixing all the roads in Virginia is "impossible." However, never fear, Domino's pizza is hear with their pizza-saving paving operation.

Midterm Generic Ballot Favorability For Democrats Waning As Resistance Reigns Supreme

Democratic favorability on the midterm generic ballot as waned over the past year as they continue to fight a lost cause based in resistance.

Defense Contracts Impact The Commonwealth In Good Times And Bad

The U.S. military is a great stakeholder in the Virginia economy as a large portion of defense contracts are awarded to firms within the Commonwealth. Though, this can create a problem with dependency at times.

Is Trump’s Nomination For Nobel Peace Prize Too Soon?

Although President Donald Trump has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize for his work getting North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un to the table in Singapore, in actuality, the road to peace is far, far away.

Food Stamp Enrollment Hits Eight Year Low

Enrollment in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) dropped to 40,083,954 in March 2018, the lowest in eight years.

U.S. Central Bank Hikes Short Term Interest Rate By Quarter Percent

Economic growth has increased from a "moderate" outlook in May to now "rising at a solid rate," causing the U.S. Federal Reserve to raise short-term interest rates by a quarter percent.

Trump’s Middle East Team Pushing For Peace

As the Trump Administration is set to send a White House contingent to the Middle East to engage in peace talks, they will have to deal with regional malcontents that have let hatred of Western ideals cloud their judgement.

DHS Announces Northern Border Strategy As Tensions With Canada Rise

Following the growing tensions between President Donald Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the G-7 Summit this week, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has announced their "Northern Border Strategy" to ward of terrorism stemming from the Great White North.

White House Celebrates President Trump’s 500th Day In Office

As the White House celebrates President Donald Trump's 500th day in office, they look back on many of the achievements that have helped keep Americans safe, and put people back to work.

Obama Administration Skirted Lines To Allow Iran Access To U.S. Financial System

Senate Republicans have launched an investigation into the inner workings of Obama's landmark Iran Nuclear Deal, and have found that the terrorist state had access to the U.S. financial system.