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Victoria Cobb

Family Foundation President Discusses SCOTUS, Virginia AG, and Michelle Wolf

In our Declaration, the past speaks to America’s present

We debate issues today as if they’re new. Read the Declaration of Independence again and you’ll see very similar concerns.

Rob Schilling

Charlottesville broadcaster Rob Schilling – “The Community Watchdog” – talks about becoming a broadcaster and the current state of political discourse.

Offshore resources are worthy of exploration

Simply denying to even explore what the ocean has to offer for energy production does us all a disservice.

Richard Sander, “Moving toward Integration”

Sander contends that while the Fair Housing Act of 1968 made strides in housing integration, there is much still to be done in fulfilling its promise of moving America toward a more inclusive, fair, and prosperous society.

Quentin Kidd and Norman Leahy

The nominees are set. Leahy and Kidd preview the 2018 General Election in Virginia.

No, For Real – The 2018 Virginia U.S. Senate GOP Primary Really Is a Once in a Generation Election

On Tuesday, June 12, voters across the Commonwealth will have the opportunity to participate in an anomaly: a primary to choose a nominee for a U.S. Senate seat that does not involve an incumbent in that particular primary race. There have only been five U.S. Senate primaries since 1970 – two for the Republicans and three for the Democrats and only two have had candidates not involving an incumbent and only one was not head-to-head.

Shion Fenty

Shion Fenty is seeking the Republican nomination for Congress in the 4th District.