Remarkably positive start from an Adams campaign that continues to impress -- and quite the contrast from a panicked Herring that knows he has screwed up.
With shipping up 8.2% this year, it is all the more reason why energy concerns must be addressed in the Hampton Roads area.
In the short-term, there remains a great deal of elasticity between the United States and China that will offer the latitude for relations to worsen considerable.
So it's personal after all for Herring.
Destroying Confederate memorials would cost the City of Richmond $3 million in property tax revenue, according to the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
One thing is for sure. Papering over the canyon that separates progressives and liberals in Virginia doesn't do the public discourse any good.
Herring Weaponizes The Office of Attorney General; Exemplifies Conservative Concerns About Progressives
Herring has now shifted the conversation away from Confederate memorials and towards Democratic abuse of office in pursuit of a narrow political agenda.
Even with a $15 hourly wage, those jobs will be reserved for a handful, with the majority of skilled workers dropped on the wrong side of Moore's Law.
Students at the University of Virginia issue a list of ten "demands" that target Thomas Jefferson as an emblem of white supremacy.
In other news, water is wet; grass is green; Central Virginia Democrats are really bad at manufacturing news.