The Hill reports: Former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli (R) told Republican strategist Ana Navarro that he was tired of hearing her “shrill voice” during a contentious panel segment regarding immigration policy on “CNN Tonight” late Tuesday. Show More Summary
Don’t tell Symone Sanders to shut up. Former Virginia Republican Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli learned that the hard way after he told Sanders to "shut up for a minute" during … Click to Continue »
In a panel discussion analyzing President Donald Trump’s decision to “rescind” the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals order, former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli (R) got a legal lesson on the use of the term “unconstitutional.” “President...
Former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli told a woman of color to shut up on national TV.
Virginia lawmakers from both parties and former Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli are calling on the governor to undo a 2015 law critics say has locked in excessive profits for the … Click to Continue »
Over the weekend, ex-Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli announced that he would not run for governor next year. Cuccinelli’s decision undoubtedly comes as a big relief to GOP strategists. Cuccinelli was Team Red’s 2013 nominee,...Show More Summary
As former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli of the Ted Cruz campaign appeared as a guest on Tuesday's At This Hour with Berman and Bolduan, CNN anchor John Berman was called out by his Republican guest for showing "bias" thatShow More Summary
On Thursday's New Day, CNN's Chris Cuomo invoked the Constitution to former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli over Senate Republicans' refusal to consider any potential Supreme Court nominee by President Obama: "The Constitution...[is] about nominating somebody and advise and consent. Show More Summary
At one caucus, "just four people took the stage, including former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, who drew a chorus of boos when he announced his support for Ted Cruz," a newspaper reports.
The First Amendment protects our political rights. In the past few years, former Virginia attorney general Ken Cuccinelli (R) and state Sen. J. Chapman “Chap” Petersen (D-Fairfax) have had occasion to address these rights, in particular the right of association in connection to the GOP presidential primary. In 2012, Virginia Republicans became a national punchline when only […]
Chris Hayes dropped a question on former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli that needs to be asked of Carly Fiorina. Essentially, he asked if the grand jury's decision in Texas to clear Planned Parenthood and indict David Daleiden...Show More Summary
This falls squarely under the “elections do matter” category. In 2013, when pro-abortion Terry McAuliffe, running over with money and media support, defeated pro-life Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli to become Virginia’s new governor, the handwriting was on the wall. In an editorial that ran over the weekend, the Washington Post told us the state Board […]
Former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli made headlines on Sunday during a heated panel discussion which focused on the “Black Lives Matter” slogan. The panel discussion, which aired on CNN, placed Cuccinelli alongside Bakari Sellers, a former South Carolina representative. Show More Summary
Former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli (R) argued on Sunday that many Americans objected to the "Black Lives Matter" movement because it suggested that the lives of black people mattered more than whites and other races. CNN...Show More Summary
A panel discussion on CNN got heated Sunday when former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli (R) argued that "Black Lives Matter" is a poor message because it makes white people feel less valued. After former South Carolina Rep.Show More Summary
Former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli (R) argued on Sunday that many Americans objected to the “Black Lives Matter” movement because it suggested that the lives of black people mattered more than whites and other races. CNN political contributor Bakari Sellers explained during...
A political group accused of misleading conservatives will pay tens of thousands of dollars to former Virginia attorney general Ken Cuccinelli under a settlement reached Thursday. Cuccinelli (R) accused Conservative StrikeForce PAC last fall of using his 2013 gubernatorial run to raise funds that were never delivered to the campaign. Show More Summary
Former Virginia attorney general Ken Cuccinelli and a posse of supposed conservative constitutional scholars are hawking legal hokum about the U.S. Constitution.They want Virginia to join other states in exercising the commonwealth’s...Show More Summary
A State of the Union discussion of whether President Barack Obama had morphed into former President George W. Bush pulled to the side of the road Sunday when former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli -- on to discuss foreign policy...Show More Summary
Back in December, Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli announced a boatload of grants to local law-enforcement agencies, made possible by a multimillion-dollar Medicaid fraud settlement with Abbott Labs. Chesterfield received more...Show More Summary