Two Miles From North America’s Oldest Elected Body, A Richmond Neighborhood Cowers In Fear

It’s two miles or so down Monument Avenue from the Virginia State Capitol building in Richmond to the Robert E. Lee Memorial.  Those who spray-painted it had all the time in the world to deface the statue, knowing the state and city government would do nothing to protect this public property. The result is a once-beautiful neighborhood now gripped in fear, stripped of its history, shorn of its tradition.

Women's March shrinks to a mere 10K Trump haters who can't acknowledge the president's successes

Tammy Bruce, Washington Times

The same people who convinced women to go to Washington to march because Mr. Trump was going to build sex-slave concentration camps for them also told us that if Mr. Trump were elected, then the stock market was going to crash and that he was going to start World War III. Instead, we are enjoying a historic economic renaissance and the president’s foreign policy has destroyed the Islamic State, killed terrorist leaders, while using global diplomacy and economic “maximum pressure” to control rogue and terrorist regimes. On its face, it’s clear the Democratic Party and their leftist enablers don’t think much of women. Their rhetoric and manipulation presume women are shallow, uninformed and vapid creatures.

Overturn Judge’s Ruling, Restore Real Marriage

Washington Times Editors

A court in Richmond could be a bulwark for the states. The judges of the 4th US Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond will hear Bostic v. Schaefer, the activist decision of US Dist.