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Tag Archives: Virginia
While Donald Trump has tried to kick of Pride Month by claiming he’s friendly towards the LGBT community, the policies he’s promoting have made it clear he isn’t a friend of equality. Despite objections from men and women in uniform, … Continue reading
With the Democrats taking over the majority in the House of Representatives, members of Virginia’s Congressional delegation have become more powerful. Gerry Connolly, for instance, was named Chairman of the powerful House Oversight and Reform Subcommittee on Government Operations earlier … Continue reading
Yesterday, I highlighted how Sen. Dick Black claimed Virginia shouldn’t ratify the Equal Rights Amendment because women aren’t strong enough mentally or physically to serve in the military. In stark contrast, Del. Jennifer Carroll Foy took to the House floor … Continue reading
As I pointed out when he announced he’d be retiring at the end of his current term, I ashamed to admit that my state senator is Dick Black. He’s arguably the most conservative member of the senate and has a … Continue reading