RPV Chairman John Whitbeck demands Delegate Dawn Adams (D-68) choose -- either oversee federal grants or be a delegate, but end the conflict of interest.
A three-judge panel in Michigan has ruled that chalking a tire is a Fourth Amendment search, explaining further that it does not constitute a reasonable search.
A decline in SOL scores around the state is compounded by their lack of weight on school accreditation.
We've heard the "If you like it, you can keep it," phrase before, but now the Democratic candidate in VA-5 is repeating it for Medicare for All. Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), many people liked their insurance plan and their doctor, but they could not keep their insurance plan or their doctor...period.
The best part? Stile Antico is coming to Richmond on Friday, April 6th at the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart.
There is an obvious temptation to value a Senate seat above our moral standards failings of a candidate. But you know what they say about temptation…
As the Virginia State Senate is set to vote on legislation that would classify abusing a family pet a felony, they are setting their sights on providing the same measures against those who abuse or kill law enforcement animals.
In modern America, lifestyle and pop-culture publications are now attempting to be the go-to authorities on political analysis and federal jurisprudence. This, of course, presents a problem as the progressives penning pieces believe that being right is relative, and the proliferation one's feelings and opinions is more important that logic.
Trump's SOTU address was filled with praise, while Democrats continue to fight a losing battle against themselves -- and proven results.
In the fight for VA-10, incumbent Barbara Comstock understands that all politics is local - voters won't be pressured by the larger progressive narrative.