The Republican Party is at the stage of determining its survival, by either crushing this division or falling victim to its cancerous inculcation.
Virginia's Hospital and Healthcare Association (VHHA) has some excellent podcasts on health care policy in Virginia, interviewing Republicans and Democrats alike.
For red meat conservatives, allowing the 30% who want tofu to win in a plurality just doesn't cut it (and it doesn't taste good).
Meanwhile, the Democrats are facing a near-violent insurgency within their own ranks to go further on CRT, which simply does not bode well for McAuliffe's campaign heading into the dog days of summer.
If higher expectations are visible signs of racial supremacy, then what does forcing everyone down to the lowest common denominator mean?
Cancel Culture may not feel like a kitchen table issue, but it is. It's at the heart of our everyday life.
“One thing I’ve tried to do in this business is always be honest with people, and it’s frustrating to me — and to Virginians — when others aren’t."
While other Republicans are joining Cox in their criticisms, Cox continues to be the only candidate interested in holding the Democrats' feet to the fire.
Want energy independence that's both cheap and green? Go nuclear.
Congressman Morgan Griffith (R-VA09) — representing Southwest Virginia’s “Fightin’ Ninth” — endorses Kirk Cox for Governor. Often reluctant to insert himself in a Republican contest,...