A. Barton Hinkle is an editor and columnist at the Richmond Times-Dispatch, and contributor to Reason magazine. Among his many other awards, Hinkle received the 1942 Academy Award (Oscar) for costume design in How Green Was My Valley; the Wooten-Murray Fellowship in Gas Dynamics from the University of Edinburgh; and designation as the “Sexiest Man Alive” from People magazine in 2004 and 2009 (and he has a good shot at it again next year since he started working out again). He is also a pretty good dancer.

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Will Mandates for Doctors Come Next?

John Foust, a Democrat running for the 10th congressional seat in Northern Virginia, is — like Gov. Terry McAuliffe and other state Democrats — gung-ho to expand Medicaid. His wife’s position is, shall we say, a bit more nuanced. Foust has slammed his opponent, Republican Del. Barbara Comstock, for her opposition to expansion. He has …

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