Andrew McCabe and Democrats maintain McCabe’s firing was part of President Trump’s attack on the FBI. That’s not what this inspector general report shows.
A new ad depicts supporters for Republican gubernatorial candidate Ed Gillespie as racist murderers who hunt school children from a pickup truck.
We must move beyond gated communities of thought and ‘us vs. them’ dichotomies, and instead pursue peace and reconciliation.
The ominous warning of Charlottesville’s riots is that we are letting politics descend into a brutal, unprincipled brawl between two illiberal caricatures.
Democrats are desperately clinging to the narrative of a rural Appalachian savior who will help bring their party back from the edge.
Bill Clinton admitted in 2006 that donor funds would be completely suspect if the foundations’ namesakes were in positions of high power. Uh-oh.
In 2014, Americans showed the strongest support for gun rights they have in more than two decades.
Virginia is for corrupt governors. Bob McDonnell is facing 10 years of prison. But why isn’t Mark Warner being prosecuted for dangling a federal judgeship?
Virginia authorities overlook abortionists who don’t wash their hands between examining women, use bloody instruments, and refuse to report potential sex trafficking.
Virginia’s state-owned liquor stores already mark up prices 69 percent before excise taxes. Why must Terry McAuliffe ask more?
I used to feel so superior about living in a state where governors don’t get caught in bribery scandals or go to jail.
If Terry McAuliffe does force through an expansion of Medicaid, Virginia may never be able to escape the consequences.
If you’re going to run an insider, you might as well run one who can self-fund, who’s politically savvy, and who at least opposed the auto bailout.
A year after losing the presidential election, are Republican campaigns finally learning from their digital mistakes?
Today, the Republican donor community is flailing desperately for a narrative to defend their decision to leave Ken Cuccinelli high and dry.
The Virginia gubernatorial election shows once again that the married-unmarried divide may now be the most important fact in politics.
For a so-called conservative spoiler, Sarvis received an awful lot of votes from groups that would be described as traditionally liberal, not conservative.
There are lessons to be taken from Virginia and New Jersey, but few of them may apply nationally for Republicans.
Terry McAuliffe, the greatest salesman the political world has ever seen, faces his biggest challenge. Selling himself.
Who knows, one day a majority of voters may actually believe all the libertarian things they tell pollsters. One day.
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