Northam overtaxed Virginians to the tune of $730mil. Maybe they should give it back?
With the announcement of Speaker Howell and others to the board of directors at TJIPP, Virginia's premier think tank just got a financial shot in the arm.
After pushing Northam to open Virginia's schools, Cox is on to the next big idea -- keeping the public square free from the heavy hand of censorship.
Northam's spat with Virginia hospitals over our last in the nation COVID response has been abysmal to say the least.
Civilization was a machine, and a wise enough tinkerer could improve that machine. Machines rely on order and cannot abide chaos; machines rely on collective operation; independent or unpredictable variables are dangerous. Above all, machines are agnostic to transcendent morality, and are strictly concerned with utility.
Make what you will of renewable energy, but the ability to turn places like Henrico into Texas is undeniably tangible and real.
Common sense recycling legislation is being needlessly held up in committee, says TJI's Chris Braunlich.
The Wall Street Journal points to the American economic engine and says she's ready to roar.
Heritage Foundation's Kay Coles James: "Pete’s a results-oriented problem solver who can pull Virginia out of the mess that we are currently in. I look forward to working with him to reopen our schools and rebuild Virginia's economy."
If the Buckley Rule is common wisdom, Cox seems to be fulfilling the role at present in the eyes of bookies, elected officials and activists alike.