There is still a lot we don’t know about where COVID-19 came from, but what we have learned about the state’s apparent efforts to avoid accountability for their own involvement should frighten every American.
The airports are filling up, restaurants are packed, gyms are open, and people are heading back to church. America is finally being unmasked.
Last Saturday, former President Donald Trump released a statement that said, “Have you noticed that they are now admitting I was right about everything they lied about before the election?”
Last week, The New York Times revealed that the Department of Justice persuaded a federal grand jury to subpoena the telephone, email and texting records of about 20 people.
The Washington Post’s editorial page—which hasn’t endorsed a Republican for governor of Virginia since it began endorsing candidates in 1976—seems to find glee in noting that no GOP nominee for statewide office in Virginia has won election since 2009.
President Biden is recruiting new Democratic Party voters by opening the southern border. His obvious motive is not discussed much in Washington outside of a smattering of conservative media, but the evidence is clear.
Policymakers rightly worry about COVID-19’s negative impacts on women in the workplace, but the pandemic has accelerated even more threatening consequences for the economy.
“A right-wing conspiracy.” That’s what political insider Terry McAuliffe, the Virginia Democratic nominee for governor, called critical race theory (CRT) being taught in our children’s classrooms.
No more Christmas, Hanukkah, Memorial Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, or even Indigenous Peoples Day (formerly known as Columbus Day).