What’s the link between Medicaid and U.S. defense? Spending on each is out of control, says state Sen. Richard Black, R-Loudoun.
Articles by Warren Fiske
Nick Freitas, seeking the GOP nomination for the U.S. Senate, has been burnishing his record opposing tax increases - particularly in comparison to the credentials of rival Corey Stewart.
Del. Nick Freitas, seeking the GOP nomination for the U.S. Senate, says rival Corey Stewart has not been a friend to taxpayers during his years as chairman of the Prince William County Board of Supervisors. Warren Fiske provides this week’s political fact-checking report.
Dominion Energy has taken to the airwaves to gain public support for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, a controversial 600-mile project that will send natural gas from West Virginia to Virginia and North Carolina.
Warren Fiske joins WCVE's Craig Carper for this week's fact-checking report. This week focuses on a statement by Democratic Congressional candidate Dan Ward that Dave Brat is a yes-man for President Trump.
Who’s guilty of conspiring with the Russians to influence U.S. elections?
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Nick Freitas offers a name that might surprise you.
“Ted Kennedy tried to directly collude with the Soviet Union in order to try to defeat Ronald Reagan,” Freitas said on April 20 at Liberty University. “That is obstruction. That is something that ought to be investigated.
Democrat Dan Ward says he has an unusual background that enhances his qualifications to serve as 7th District congressman -- he’s a military veteran.
Corey Stewart: Says, “there were more guns back in the 1950s per capita than there are today.”
--March 17 debate (36:35 mark)
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Corey Stewart recently blasted Democratic calls for more gun control in the wake of the Feb. 14 shootings at Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida that killed 17 students and teachers.
Democratic gubernatorial nominee Ralph Northam has been pounding the airwaves with a TV ad accusing his Republican opponent, Ed Gillespie, of “selling out” Virginians to big business interests during his days as a Washington lobbyist.
The 30-second spot, titled “Sold,” shows pictures of unsmiling, concerned-looking students and workers interspersed with grainy video of Gillespie laughing.
Democratic gubernatorial nominee Ralph Northam describes his Republican adversary, Ed Gillespie, as a patron for the rich.
“He believes in giving tax cuts for the wealthy at the expense of the middle class,” Northam said during an October 9 debate - one of two times he made the claim during event.
Northam also made an almost identical statement during a September 19 debate with Gillespie. “The plan, ladies and gentlemen, that you just heard is a tax cut for the rich at the expense of the working class,” he said.