Guess who supports a $15/hr living wage?
Sean Spicer out; Anthony Scaramucci in as White House press secretary.
Ed Gillespie isn't shying away from public speaking engagements, even if Ralph Northam seems to be taking every opportunity to dodge the same.
Comstock gets $70 million to fight back against MS-013 over a five-year period, with 20% going to already established anti-gang task forces.
AARP and LWV beg Northam to reconsider ditching debates while Northam's creeping defeatism is starting to be noticed on Twitter and Facebook.
Democrats broadcast that they've given up hope on winning anything in these House of Delegates races unless liberals outside Virginia pay the way.
Perhaps the only four minutes you will ever have to spend explaining to friends and family why government run services fail -- every time.
VPAP gives some insight as to how far back the Democrats truly are, with competitive races showing only a $1-2K cash advantage -- hardly enough.
If Terry McAuliffe has any actual ambitions for higher office, he would do well to actually achieve something in Richmond first.
The Sierra Club wants to turn off the air conditioning during the hottest days of the year -- just to prove a narrow anti-coal point.