Youngkin Rejects Two More Democratic Priorities With Veto

Governor Glenn Youngkin has put an end to two legislative priorities that had been sent to his desk by Democrats in the General Assembly. Measures to mandate increasing the state’s minimum wage, as well as a pathway to recreational sales of marijuana in the state were both rejected by Youngkin on Thursday. The Associated Press […]

City Of Alexandria Deals Final Blow To Youngkin’s Stadium Dream

An idea that Governor Glenn Youngkin hoped to cement his legacy on has finally passed a point of no return. The proposal to move Washington, D.C.’s professional sports teams – the Wizards and Capitals – to Alexandria’s Potomac Yard neighborhood has been killed by the City of Alexandria. In a video posted to the City […]

VA-05 GOP Primary Battle Fueled By New Race Rating

Virginia’s 5th Congressional District is a safe Republican district, yet incumbent Congressman Bob Good’s re-election is far from secure. A new rating from the Cook Political Report may prove to be a boost for State Senator John McGuire who is challenging Good in the primary election.   Cook reports: Good’s reelection prospects don’t look great […]

Former Republican Lawmaker Arrested

A former Republican member of the Virginia House is facing serious charges. The Associated Press reported the following: Matt Fariss, who had served in the House of Delegates as a Republican since 2012 before running unsuccessfully last year as an independent, was booked at a Blue Ridge Regional Jail facility early Sunday, online jail records […]

Virginia Becomes Second State To Ban Legacy Admissions Preference

Among the bills signed into law by Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin Friday, one will end the practice of preferential treatment of prospective students who have ties to alumni or donors to Virginia’s top colleges. NBC News reported: Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin signed a bill banning the consideration of legacy to public universities, making the commonwealth […]

Youngkin Vetos Two Anti-Gun Bills

Governor Glenn Youngkin has included two anti-gun bills on the list of legislation he vetoed Friday. The Virginia Mercury reported: Youngkin didn’t look so favorably on two bills dealing with gun safety. He vetoed legislation that would have tightened rules requiring people credibly accused or convicted of domestic abuse to give up any firearms. The […]

Woke Mob Turns On Winsome After Misgendering Incident

Lt. Governor Winsome Sears has found herself on the receiving end of the woke mob’s rage after she misgendered State Senator Danica Roem in the Senate Chamber Monday. Roem, a first-term Senator who previously served in the Virginia House of Delegates, is transgender. After Sears addressed her as  “sir” when answering a question from Roem. […]

Congressman Good Expelled From Pro-Trump Event, Video Goes Viral

Incumbent Republican 5th District Congressman Bob Good was ejected from a pro-Trump event in Virginia this weekend in an incident described as “very embarrassing” by eyewitnesses. Footage posted to social media shows Good, the chair of the conservative House Freedom Caucus, speaking with Karen Angulo, a former county GOP chair and business owner, before she […]

Northern Virginia High School’s Legal Case Won’t Be Heard At Supreme Court

The Supreme Court of the United States has declined to hear a challenge on contentious admission rules at a prestigious Northern Virginia high school looking to diversify its student body. The justices decided to punt on the case which could brush away the remnants of affirmative action in education. As Politico reports: The justices who […]

Loudoun County Firefighter Killed While Responding To Friday Night Call

A first responder in Loudoun County, Virginia, has lost his life while serving his community. Trevor Brown, 45, was a member of the Sterling Volunteer Fire Company. Loudoun County Fire and Rescue noted the following in a statement posted to the department’s Facebook page Friday night. At approximately 7:38 p.m. on Friday, February 16, 2024, […]