Craig DiSesa – Looking Back at 2018 in Virginia Politics and Previewing 2019

For Senate Republicans, holding onto the majority is going to be the priority – and challenge – in 2019.

Bush 41 Marked the End of a GOP Era

George Herbert Walker Bush was the beginning of the end of the Republican Party as it was once known and the beginning of its war with the press.

Toward Zero Deaths Virginia

This PR campaign involves the expertise of no less than five state agencies and the best they could dream up was “TZDVA”?

Thomas Jefferson Institute Proposes Tax Reform

Virginia think-tank suggests doubling personal standard deduction and cutting corporate rates.

Plenty of Reasons to Be Thankful

From the First Amendment to celebrating our differences, writing and podcasting offers many things be grateful for.

Nick Tomboulides, U.S. Term Limits

Was it really a blue wave or did the deck chairs just get rearranged in Congress? U.S. Term Limits thinks not much has changed.

Virginia Election 2018 with Dr. Quentin Kidd and Norman Leahy

Making sense of a GOP drubbing in Virginia, but the state isn’t blue?

Wake-Up Republicans – It’s “Morning in America”, but You Wouldn’t Know It

The 2018 election represents an opportunity for conservatives to get back to basics.

Lathan Watts – Religious Discrimination in Fredericksburg

Religious liberty isn’t some obscure Reformation topic. 501 years later, Lutherans and all Christians are being denied the right to study God’s word.