While some in the cable news media have been direct and professional in their calls for Virginia Democratic Governor Ralph Northam to resign (with others ghoulishly connecting Northam to, among others, the Covington kids and Justice Kavanaugh), CNN briefly mislabled Northam Friday night as a Republican while airing video of his so-called apology for his racist medical school yearbook page.
History raises questions about whether liberals’ outrage over President Trump’s emergency declaration stems from his extralegal actions—or their opposition to his border policies.
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A new poll reinforces the stark differences between parties.
Tuesday brought us the first special election flip of the cycle, but it was a particularly dismaying one, because it never had to happen in the first place. Republican state Rep. Jason Rarick defeated Democrat Stu Lourey, a former aide to Sens. Tina Smith and Al Franken, by a 52-46 margin in Minnesota's 11th State Senate District, increasing the GOP's caucus in the chamber to 35 and reducing Democrats to just 32 seats.
Once seen as a real possibility in America, high speed rail now seems out of reach.
The Democratic Party is liberal, and appointing conservatives to run on our platform is counter-productive to fixing the gigantic problems we face.
The dinner I was enjoying with a senior Republican senator back in 2013 kept being interrupted as his cellphone chimed and he was forced to step away from the table to take the call from one or another of his colleagues. It was the evening that Senate Democratic leader Harry
As the Democratic Governor and Lt. Governor of Virginia insist on staying put despite scandals involving, respectively, racism and sexual assault, Republicans in the state are breathing a huge sigh of relief. For a decade, Virginia has been moving from purple to blue. In a cycle where Donald Trump managed slim wins in Florida, the Midwest, and Pennsylvania, Virginia still went for Hillary Clinton by more than 5 percent. And yes, a portion of that may have been the Tim Kaine factor except
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