On September 20, 1836, James M. Smith – younger brother to William “Extra Billy” Smith – published an account in the Lynchburg Virginian accusing the Danville Reporter of libel against his brother.
The trend in American culture seems to be a growing intolerance for the outward expression of orthodox Christianity.
Don't expect national Democrats to throw good money after bad. After all, why should they?
Finding a key to articulating conservative messages in ways that resonate to urban residents has had limited recent success.
Mark Herring's reckless activism at Virginia's top lawyer has harmed many; John Adams proves a refreshing and humble change for Attorney General.
Betsy DeVos has had an uneven tenure at the Department of Education, sometimes struggling with the demands of a cabinet-level job.Today was not one...
Gilespie's plan is centered upon two key aspects: Creating a higher education reserve and implementing a performance-based funding system for higher ed.
At just 38, Scott Taylor is the kind of Republican candidate and office-holder that the new Republican Party is embracing.
On September 4, 1623 Governor Francis Wyatt issued a proclamation prohibiting private trade with Indians in Virginia.
As soon as we sanction a sin as being in conformity with and receiving the approbation of the nature of God’s design, we are engaged in heresy and blasphemy.