The proposed amendment more clearly defines “probable cause,” clarifies the need for neutral issuance of warrants, and guarantees reasonable remedies for when government’s lawlessness harms our rights.
While there is certainly a shortage of Ronald Reagan’s and George Washington’s, one possibility is that we are eating our own before they really have a chance.
Yes, Scott was interested in the 10th district race — and still is to some extent. But common sense tells him “no way”. Plus, the power of the word “free.”
The House of Representatives has approved building the Keystone XL pipeline by a vote of 266-153. How did Virginia’s delegation cast its votes? I’ll give you one guess… Yeas: Brat Comstock Forbes Goodlatte Griffith Hurt Rigell Wittman Nays: Beyer Connolly Scott The President has said he will veto any bill giving Keystone the go ahead.