“One for the Angels” in Richmond

The Richmond, Virginia Rosary Rally was the final stop for one of the southern caravans organized by the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP). As part of its Mary, Mother of Mercy, Restore America Campaign, … Continue reading

Silence the Opposition, Control the Narrative

Contrary viewpoints used to be welcomed in a rational debate. In the clash of ideas, people won others over to their position. Those seeking the truth had an opportunity to find it. Today, the situation has changed radically. Emotions, feelings … Continue reading

A Threat to Private Property in America

Martha Boneta, a local farmer from Fauquier County, Virginia, has engaged in criminal behavior by hosting a birthday party on her farm for eight 10 year-old girls. Her crime was not obtaining a land-use permit, and she has been threatened … Continue reading

Remembering a Legendary Marine

Anniversaries can be occasions of both joy and sorrow. On March 2, 2012, 112 Vietnam Veterans came together at the Marine Museum in Quantico, Virginia for an anniversary that was both. They chose that day to honor their captain, the … Continue reading

Yet Another Politically “Bright” Idea

As we near the end of 2011, the controversy over the banning of incandescent light bulbs blazes on. The Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 brought together the government, fanatical environmentalists and big-business lobbyists to pass a law that … Continue reading