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A Black Mark for Norfolk Oct. 29, 2020

Armstrong Williams

We live in the era of Black Lives Matter, where every organization is falling over itself to be poli... Read More

A Black Mark for Norfolk Oct. 29, 2020

Daily Editorials

We live in the era of Black Lives Matter, where every organization is falling over itself to be poli... Read More

A Family Gets Away to Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains Sep. 27, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Candyce H. Stapen We work-weary urbanites found a way to escape to the woods during the pandemic.... Read More

Secluded Shores and Bustling Boardwalks in Virginia May. 30, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Candyce H. Stapen Two eaglets warmed themselves at the base of a sand dune, a pelican dived into ... Read More

Which Has More Rights: A Church or a Liquor Store? May. 07, 2020

Daily Editorials

Gov. Ralph Northam of Virginia stood behind a podium at the front of the room — wearing no mas... Read More

Which Has More Rights: A Church or a Liquor Store? May. 06, 2020

Terence Jeffrey

Gov. Ralph Northam of Virginia stood behind a podium at the front of the room — wearing no mas... Read More

On Virginia-Tennessee Border, One Side Is Open for Business While the Other Is Still on Lockdown May. 05, 2020

Salena Zito

BRISTOL, Tenn./Virginia State Line — Joe Deel is behind the chrome-trimmed turquoise counter o... Read More

The Odds Are Stacked Against Free Enterprise in Virginia Apr. 16, 2020

Armstrong Williams

As we continue weathering the coronavirus pandemic, some forward-thinking states and their leaders a... Read More

The Odds Are Stacked Against Free Enterprise in Virginia Apr. 16, 2020

Daily Editorials

As we continue weathering the coronavirus pandemic, some forward-thinking states and their leaders a... Read More

Yes, Virginia's Governor Has Made It a Crime for More Than 10 People to Attend a Church Service Mar. 25, 2020

Terence Jeffrey

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam issued an executive order on Monday that is aimed at stopping the new co... Read More

A Middle Course on Marijuana Laws Mar. 14, 2020

Corey Friedman

Just in time for Independence Day, Virginia will stop arresting people caught with small amounts of ... Read More

Is Mass Civil Disobedience Our Future? Jan. 21, 2020

Patrick Buchanan

On the holiday set aside in 2020 to honor Martin Luther King, the premier advocate of nonviolent Gan... Read More

Virginia Backlash Shows Gun Control Deeply Unpopular Jan. 18, 2020

Corey Friedman

Eight North Carolina counties have declared themselves Second Amendment sanctuaries in a preemptive ... Read More

The Culture War Comes to the Old Dominion Jan. 10, 2020

Patrick Buchanan

Since 1969, "Virginia Is for Lovers" has been the tourism and travel slogan of the Commonwealth of V... Read More

Virginia's Second Amendment Attack Dec. 25, 2019

Walter E. Williams

Virginia Governor Ralph Northam apologized for his medical school blackface stunt, but he will have ... Read More

Censorship by Theft on University Campus Nov. 20, 2019

Daily Editorials

Radford University, a taxpayer-supported institution in southwestern Virginia, is in a public relati... Read More

Necessary Noise Nov. 13, 2019

Star Parker

American voters are motivated by a fever pitch. That's the message from last week's elections. The ... Read More

Voters Send a Warning to Pro-Trump GOP Incumbents to Expect the Unexpected Nov. 11, 2019

Daily Editorials

Despite Democratic zeal over Tuesday's special election results, it's far from clear where Americans... Read More

Moderation and Good Manners Actually Win Elections Nov. 07, 2019

Froma Harrop

Moderation along with good manners delivered impressive victories to Democrats this week. Case in po... Read More