National and Virginia News Headlines: Monday Morning

Monday, August 3, 2015

Here are a few national and Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Monday, August 4.*Jeb Bush's Camp Sees an Upside to Donald Trump's Surge in the G.O.P. (I tend to agree that Trump's rise helps Jeb.)
*Israeli leaders target 'Jewish terrorism' (It's about time, now they'd better follow through!)
*Richards: Extremist videos are an attack on women
*Scott Walker Still Isn't Sure If President Obama Is Christian (What an f'tard.)
*Donald Trump On Black Lives Matter: 'We Have To Give Power Back To The Police' (Is Trump's goal in this campaign to be wrong on literally EVERYTHING or what?)
*Trump Says Americans Won't Vote For Another Black President Because Obama Was So Bad(First off, Obama's been highly successful. Second of all, Donald Trump is a racist.)
*Joe Biden Reportedly Considering Run For President (I like Joe Biden, the question is could he actually win the nomination and the White House?)
*GOP says no to McAuliffe Supreme Court pick, will tap Alston instead
*Sen. Tim Kaine at Cato: A Year (and Counting) of Unauthorized War (Hmmmm...Cato eh?)
*How Planned Parenthood became Republicans' public enemy no. 1
*Rand Paul is basically doomed: How the man who was supposed to "reinvent" the GOP fell flat on his face
*Va. Gov. McAuliffe to speak at Democratic Party's Muskie Lobster Bake
*Our view: Will hockey ever come back to Roanoke?
*In the shadow of Dulles Airport: The hunt for a threatened bat ("Will the tiny northern long-eared bat slow the second phase of the Silver Line project?")
*Nationals are swept by Mets ("Washington's lost weekend comes to an end as the teams are now tied for first in the NL East.")
*D.C. area forecast: 90s through tomorrow, cooler and wetter late-week