Virginia

Virginia Delegate Races Could Reflect National Anti-Democratic Mood

Some of the many overlooked but critically important offices in the American political landscape are the ones held by state legislators and members of general assemblies.

‘Skirt-Wearing,’ ‘Gender Fluid’ Teen Found Guilty Of Loudoun County Bathroom Rape

Police previously arrested the victim's father at a school board meeting

Texas passes law banning boys from competing on girls’ sports teams

Texas’ Republican Gov. Greg Abbott has signed a bill into law that requires students to participate on sports teams that correspond with their biological sex, as determined by the birth certificate issued at or near the time they were born.

Loudoun County parents required to sign type of NDA to view CRT-affiliated curriculum

Parents of Loudoun County public school students have been asked to sign a type of nondisclosure agreement to view a curriculum connected to a group known to push critical race theory.

Judge Finds Teenager Guilty in Loudoun County Bathroom Assault

A Virginia judge on Monday found a teenage boy guilty of sexually assaulting a schoolmate.

How Virginia Democrats Are Working To Make Elections Sloppy Again

This portends poorly for the future of election integrity. It also proves a significant bellwether for our country heading into the 2022 midterm elections.

School boards group that equated parental activism with ‘domestic terrorism’ owes IRS $20 million

Montana affiliate was "underwhelmed" by evidence National School Boards Association used to justify FBI intervention.

Obama accuses Republicans of trying to ‘RIG’ elections by passing laws requiring voters to show identification

Barack Obama has accused Republicans of trying to ‘rig’ elections by passing state voter ID laws – an ironic claim for an ex-president who blasted successor Donald Trump for suggesting the 2016 White House race could be gamed.

Canceling Thomas Jefferson

After more than a century, the New York City Council is removing a statue of Thomas Jefferson from its chamber. The decision, which was made by the New York City Public Design Commission, was unanimous.

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