Monday, September 28, 2020

Op-Ed: Mother Teresa Sullivan’s Phony Jefferson Statue Narrative

UVA President Teresa Sullivan's narrative on what actually happened falls apart rather quickly, as Charlottesville's Rob Schilling explains.

Allison Jones Rushing Nominated By President Trump For Seat On Fourth Circuit Court Of...

President Donald Trump nominates North Carolina native Allison Jones Rushing, a law partner at Williams & Connolly in Washington, D.C., to the Richmond-based appellate court.

Richmond’s ‘Day Of Mourning’ To Show Solidarity Against Gov. Northam’s ‘Infanticide’ Comments

After 4,000 were present at the event in Albany, New York, just weeks ago, thousands are expected to be in attendance in Richmond, Virginia, to “stand in solidarity with the unborn and mourn over the sin of abortion.”

Northam Vetos Bill Expediting Concealed Handgun Permits For Non-Residents

It is unlikely the Republican-controlled General Assembly will gather the two-thirds vote necessary to override Governor Northam's veto. 

New North American Trade Agreement Means NAFTA Becomes USMCA

When asked about the replacement of the North American Free Trade Agreement with the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, President Donald Trump said, "The Republicans love it. Industry loves it. Our country loves it. If it's fair, it will pass easily. It's a great deal."

Inventor And Businessman Joe May Wins Republican Nomination In 33rd State Senate District Special...

Republican candidate Joe May will face Democratic nominee Delegate Jennifer Boysko (D-Fairfax) to replace Congresswoman-elect Jennifer Wexton in a Tuesday, January 8 special election.

Virginia Unemployment Rate Holds At 2.8 Percent For Sixth Consecutive Month

The last time Virginia's unemployment rate was this low was April 2001.

BREAKING: House Passes Tax Cuts 227-203

The U.S. Senate is expected to vote up the tax reform package over the next few days.  President Trump intends to sign the bill on Christmas Day.

Environmental Attorneys Going After Federal Permits To Stop Pipeline Construction

The environmentalists are at it again - now working to be granted the judgement that halts construction of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline completely.

Slow Roll: Casino Gaming In Virginia Could Take 10 Years (Or Longer)

Supporters of casino gaming in Virginia are expecting great things. They should cage expectations with a dose of realism regarding the regulatory and legislative hurdles.