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“Fake News” and Media Violence in 19th Century Danville

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 Religious Test of Orthodox Christians in America

The trend in American culture seems to be a growing intolerance for the outward expression of orthodox Christianity.

So How Bad Is It?

Don't expect national Democrats to throw good money after bad.  After all, why should they?

Is There An Urban Conservative Governing Philosophy?

Finding a key to articulating conservative messages in ways that resonate to urban residents has had limited recent success.

Op-Ed: Adams Offers Dignified Contrast Compared To Herring’s Reckless Activism

Mark Herring's reckless activism at Virginia's top lawyer has harmed many; John Adams proves a refreshing and humble change for Attorney General.

The Government Abuse of Title IX May Finally Be Ending

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...

Hire Ed for Higher Ed!

Gilespie's plan is centered upon two key aspects: Creating a higher education reserve and implementing a performance-based funding system for higher ed.

Rep. Scott Taylor Embraces His Conservative Edge; Key Figure Among Trump Advisors

At just 38, Scott Taylor is the kind of Republican candidate and office-holder that the new Republican Party is embracing.

This Day in Virginia History: Black Market Corn

On September 4, 1623 Governor Francis Wyatt issued a proclamation prohibiting private trade with Indians in Virginia.

Heresy and Orthodoxy: Separating Sheep and Goats in the Nashville Statement

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.

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