Sunday, July 12, 2020

Charlottesville Has Become The Capital Of Irony

It is hard to put into the words the confusion and underlying irritation and complete resentment for those who accosted the City of Charlottesville for having a large police presence on the one-year anniversary of the riots that took three lives.

Schapiro: Fairfax Needs Northam +5 In Order To Win

If Fairfax is desperately hoping for a five-point Northam victory, then the campaign needs to prepare for a different sort of experience -- defeat. 

Democrats Behaving Badly: Anthony Weiner Gets 21 Months

Disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner was sentenced to 21 months in prison for sexting with a 15-year old girl. Weiner must report Nov. 6th.

Front Royal, Virginia: The Birthplace Of A New Political Party…Sort Of

For those fed up by the endorsement of members of the Front Royal Town Council, it's beer, seriously.

Antares Rocket Launches From Eastern Shore Destined For ISS

In the early hours of Monday morning, an Antares rocket launched with ground-shaking power from the NASA Wallops Flight Facility on the Eastern Shore of Virginia with a destination of the International Space Station (ISS) to resupply the orbital crew.

Williams: Blame The Welfare State, Not Jim Crow

"The undeniable truth is that neither slavery nor Jim Crow nor the harshest racism has decimated the black family the way the welfare state has."

Half Billion In Virginia Military Projects At Risk Over Trump’s Emergency Declaration

The Commonwealth has $493 million in military projects approved by Congress, but not yet contracted by the Pentagon that are now at risk due to their funds being diverted to build the southern border wall. 

Budget Bill Blocks Bloomberg’s Influence In Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring’s Office

Virginia now becomes the first state in the country to address the issue of embedding privately-funded attorneys in state prosecutor offices.

Previous Stories Show Right To Try Act Will Help Terminal Patients

The "Right to Try" Act, championed by the Trump Administration and Republicans in Congress, builds upon previous stories that allowed terminally-ill patients a chance at life.

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.