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Northam’s $15 Minimum Wage Great News For Robots

Even with a $15 hourly wage, those jobs will be reserved for a handful, with the majority of skilled workers dropped on the wrong side of Moore's Law.

Democrat Crashes Private Event; Whines To Media When She Is Turned Away

In other news, water is wet; grass is green; Central Virginia Democrats are really bad at manufacturing news.

SOLID: Gillespie Brings Things Back To Center In Must-See Ad

Great to see Gillespie hammer home what this election is really about: jobs, the economy, and an equal opportunity for all Virginians.

Northam Gets $2 Million In Dark Money From Outside Virginia

August has not been kind to Northam. Dark money from outside Virginia doesn't bode well for Norhtam's backbone in the weeks to come.

McAuliffe Confuses Beating a Dead Horse With Giving CPR

McAuilffe returns to heavy-handed approach on Medicaid expansion... before doing exactly what Speaker Howell and the General Assembly tells him to do.

Adams Receives Endorsement From Virginia Police Benevolent Association

Most significant? The Virginia PBA endorsed Herring over Cuccinelli in 2013 -- a sea change in a Virginia environment supposedly leaning the Democrats way.

Gillespie Holds The Line On Confederate Monuments, Says They Should Stay

Republican nominee Ed Gillespie keeps his word and holds the line on Confederate war memorials in Virginia.

Gillespie Condemns White Supremacy, Racism In Strong and Clear Terms

Gillespie: “We have stared down racism, and Nazism, and white supremacy before, and we will stare it down again.”

Virginian Pilot: Is $20/mo Broadband Coming To Hampton Roads?

Microsoft is experimenting with a wireless 5G solution for the Hampton Roads area, with a goal of connecting 2 million rural users over the next 5 years.

More Problems Than Assurances For Paper-Thin Northam Campaign

While the left-wing media takes delight in a two-week old poll, the underlying numbers demonstrate more cause for concern than assurances for Northam.