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At Least 6,500 Marched On State Capitol Against Democrat’s Late-Term Abortion Bill

Earlier in the day, Democrats held their own pro-abortion rally which had just 60 people in attendance, showing a stark contrast compared to those who came out to support protections for the unborn.

March Jobs Report Shows 196,000 Created, Unemployment Rate Remains At 3.8 Percent

The months of January and February were revised up by a combined 14,000 jobs, leading to the average monthly job gain over the course of 2019 sitting at 180,000 per month.

Trump Backs Off Border Closure Due To Dire Economic Consequences

The Commerce Department states that around $502 billion in goods crossed the border through trucks and trains last year, which equates to approximately $1.4 billion per day in trade with Mexico.

Over Half Of Voters Believe Media Publishes ‘Fake News’ For Political Purposes

A poll from the Wason Center for Public Policy at Christopher Newport University shows that 57 percent of Americans now believe the press publishes “fake news” to drive their political agenda.

If Northam Seeks Truth For Fairfax And His Accusers, Republicans Are Ready

"They need to be heard, but we need to get to the truth," Virginia Governor Ralph Northam said on the sexual assault scandal surrounding Lieutenant Governor Justin Fairfax. Well, House Speaker Kirk Cox said yesterday that Republicans "stand ready to proceed."

Huffstetler Brings Oddly-Changing Southern Drawl Back To VA-5 For 2020 Campaign

Surely, voters in VA-5 won't have their biscuits buttered just by a candidate chewin' the fat over choppin' wood, feedin' cows, and "thangs" that "Mama" always said, especially when that may not be as authentic as one is led to believe. 

Tim Kaine Introduces ‘Medicare X’ To Allow Anyone Access To Medicare Plans

Medicare X would leave the existing healthcare system cemented under former President Barack Obama intact, but would create a public option for Medicare provisions.

Warner Flip-Flops On His Call For Northam To Resign After Racial Scandal

This is in stark contrast from what Senator Mark Warner said in early February after Governor Ralph Northam's extraordinarily odd press conference, which included an attempt to moonwalk.
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Thousands Expected For ‘Virginia March For Life’ Wednesday In Richmond

Pro-life advocates will convene on Bank Street when the General Assembly gets back to business this week to "reject abortion extremism," and show their disgust of those who supported the highly controversial late-term abortion bill and Governor Ralph Northam's "infanticide" comments.

Zuckerberg’s Answer For A Better Internet: More Government Regulation

It is still quite precarious that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg would give the power of the social media leviathan over to the world's governments. Can't Facebook's creator figure out a way to regulate his own creation?