The News Stand is back after a St. Patrick's Day absence. We hope the all Irish, and Irish-philes for that matter, had a wonderful day. Today's News Stand is, in part, dominated by the RPV chairman fight. This will likely dominate the political headlines until it's resolved, but there's no guarantee as to when that will be. But there is more, a lot more. In particular, I highly suggest reading the opinion piece culled from the Wall Street Journal, by Dr. Brad Wilcox. Dr. Wilcox is a professor at U.Va. and a member of The Family Foundation's marriage commission. This past General Assembly session, he testified on behalf of our Family Life Education bill. Monday, our president, Victoria Cobb, offered a review of the article (here).
Also of note is the national news article, from the Kansas City Star, about the trial of the abortionist George Tiller, whose prosecution was begun by our Annual Gala speaker this year, Phill Kline. For background on the case, see and hear Mr. Kline, now a law professor at Liberty University, yourself, here and here.
Republican Party chairman fights back against those seeking his ouster (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
Embattled party chief assails GOP 'insiders' (Washington Times)
GOP Chairman Fires Back as Party Leaders Seek His Ouster (Washington Post)
Making a Living in Governor's Race (Washington Post)
Cantor endorses Cox in race for 55th seat (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
O'Bannon seeks another term; Democrat begins challenge (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
Obenshain: Some VDOT Videos A Waste Of Money (Harrisonburg Daily News-Record)
Justice Thomas says youth self-indulgent (Washington Times)
Jury selection for Tiller trial starts today (Kansas City Star)
God Will Provide -- Unless the Government Gets There First (Wall Street Journal)
The Culture Warriors Get Laid Off (New York Times)