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DOVE: Deterrence, Detection, Denial Are Three Best Keys To School Safety.
Hardening school infrastructure is an imperative, writes Republican Jeff Dove (VA-11), and it can be done with three tried and true tactics: detect, deter, and deny.
REEVES: Put Virginia First, Confirm Haspel
Gina Hapsel's nomination shouldn't be held hostage to Mark Warner's political gamesmanship, writes State Senator Bryce Reeves (R-17).
SCHILLING: Albemarle Students Exposed To Shocking “How-To” Videos In Mandatory Sex Ed Program
Two classes of ninth-grade females at Western Albemarle High School (WAHS) in Crozet, Virginia, recently were exposed in a classroom lesson to explicit “how-to” videos on male and female sexual pleasure.
GOCHENOUR: Rediscovering The Virginia Way
This is the Commonwealth... this is the Virginia Way. This is what must be offered up again to the benefit of our mutual posterity.
LINGAMFELTER: Don’t Blame House Republicans For The Big Blue Wave
Blame a razor thin 51-49 margin and a 15 member forfeit in 2017 for imposing new political realities on Richmond and the General Assembly.
BACON: One Man’s Descent into Healthcare Price Opacity
We know how to get to a single-payer health system but we don't know yet how to get to a market-based health system.
HAYMORE: Energy Improvements Critical To Virginia Economy
Our antiquated one-way transmission lines require an upgrade in an era of solar panels, rechargeable vehicles, and hardening against electromagnetic threat.
SCHILLING: Where Did VA-05 Democrat Huffstetler Pick Up That Accent?
Funny that R.D. Huffstetler didn't have that Southside Virginia accent back in 2013...
STALLMAN: Virginia’s Family Farms Are Fighting For Their Lives
Stallman argues the additional costs imposed by two pieces of legislation not only impact property rights, but put Virginia's small farms on the ropes.
WILKES: Death Sentence To Virginia Family Farms Looms in General Assembly
HB 825 and HB 962 are daggers at the heart of Virginia's farmers, interfering in their ability to contract with their neighbors for foods from the farm.