November’s Election Will Determine What Virginia Does – or Doesn’t Do – About Guns
The bipartisan Virginia Crime Commission is almost ready to analyze and recommend new gun legislation that was proposed in the late, unlamented special General Assembly session.
Trump’s Visit to Jamestown Shakes Up Virginia Politics
Never mind Samirah’s stunt. Forget Cox’s tut-tutting and the blusterings of Norment and Carrico. And the president’s speech? Piffle.
Another Premature Withdrawal Leads to Another Terrorist Rebound
Today, our allies in Syria are facing a “re-surging” Daesh and a triumphalists Ba’athist tyranny.
When Does Policy Matter?
Be yourself. Stand up for what you believe in!
A Time to Talk, Listen, and Act
Having the grieving loved ones believe that we remained callously indifferent only adds to their already immeasurable grief.
The Names We Didn’t Hear on August 3rd
Gun advocates are going to have to sit down with gun control advocates and work out a solution. Until they do, Americans will continue to die.
ICYMI: Bearing Drift’s Weekend Round-Up
It’s the weekend and time to catch up with all the great Bearing Drift posts you may have missed.
The Score: Biography Lessons
This week on The Score, we dip into the archives for conversations with various authors and historians who have written…
Keep Up the Good Work, Congressman Riggleman. You Are Appreciated.
Everyone is entitled to what they believe. That is not what this is about. This is about stoking anger for political purposes, pure and simple.
Back in the Homeschool Classroom: Summer Prep for the New School Year
Lesson planning as the kids enjoyed the waning days of summer