America's broken infrastructure is breaking democracy.
Virginia: The number of COVID-19 cases jumped 15% overnight last Friday due to a change in how cases are counted. The Department of Health announced it now is counting the number of positive virus tests instead of the number of people who test positi
Arlington, Virginia: A man living in a smoke shop fired shots after three juveniles wearing masks broke into the store to rob it, and he wounded one of them. The man who fired the shots is in prison now without bail and faces up to 20 years for prote
The McClatchy Company, a news media company that is being sued for defamation by House Intelligence Committee Ranking Member Devin Nunes (R-CA), moved to dismiss the lawsuit in court on Wednesday, but the judge in the case rejected the request -- an
It's another day, another crazy proposed bill in Virginia. While the state has been making headlines for their assault on the Second Amendment, that's hardly the only bullet point on their agenda.
Thousands of gun rights supporters from Virginia and across the country are gathering today in Richmond, Virginia.
West Virginia lawmakers have introduced a resolution inviting Virginia's Second-Amendment sanctuary counties to legally secede from their state and "be admitted to the body politic of the State of West Virginia." In order to join West Virginia,
As Virginia's new Democratic legislature promises gun control measures, the wives of National Guardsman are warning that impending gun legislation threatens to turn neighbor against neighbor.
One of America's largest school districts has made the controversial decision to allow students in grades 7 through 12 to apply for one excused absence per year to participate in school-day protests.
Patriots refuse to comply… guess who will hold all the guns when the uprising begins?
... This a Felony. To all of those who like to mock gun owners and ask if they're going to fight tyranny in a militia, Virginia's answer is a clear and adamant "yes." That's exactly what they're planning to do.
Nothing says holidays like a pre-visit strip search for children.
too expensive...A bill aimed at helping innocent people wrongfully convicted by flawed forensic science was killed by a unanimous vote in the House Appropriations Public Safety subcommittee because of concerns about its cost.