Editorial

Richmond School Sanctions Abortion Advocacy Group

Rick Buchanan | Fauquier Free Citizen

It has come to our attention that the major abortion advocate in America, Planned Parenthood, is attempting to establish a student group to “engage in the political process to win elections and pass pro reproductive freedom legislation” in a Richmond area school.

No big deal, right. College clubs are founded all the time by advocacy groups; except this is not being formed on a college campus where young adults are mature enough to decide for themselves what clubs they want to join. Or this must be a private school, with an agenda they want to push, right?

Actually, this “Club” is being formed in a public school. A school funded by taxpayer dollars. A school that, because of federal policy, cannot have prayers or religious teaching of any sort, but they can have a club that advocates abortion. Continue reading


Hillary Clinton: Authoritarian-in-Chief!

(Editors note: Clinton does not know the Constitution or she is purposefully undermining it, which directly impacts your rights as an American. Get to know the Constitution (FREE COURSE!) or Take the Quiz!)

Hillary said …


Freedom of Conscience

  • She told a women’s conference that “deep-seated cultural codes, religious beliefs and structural biases have to be changed” in order to expand abortion and contraception. USA Today  As President, she would shred First Amendment rights to religious liberty and freedom of conscience, which the Supreme Court recently reaffirmed in the Hobby Lobby If Hillary had her way, even nuns would be forced to provide abortion and contraception.  Deseret News

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The Important Difference Between Assimilation and Integration

Matt Obrien | Immigration Reform Blog

Controversial London mayor Sadiq Khan recently toured the United States in support of presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Commenting on U.S. immigration policy, Mr. Khan said, “People shouldn’t have to drop their cultures and traditions when they arrive in our cities and countries.” He also stated that he believes in “integration” rather than “assimilation.”

Mr. Khan, who is from an immigrant family, raises an interesting point. What is the difference between “integration” and “assimilation”?

Assimilation is generally defined as adopting the ways of another culture and fully becoming part of a different society. Whereas integration is typically defined as incorporating individuals from different groups into a society as equals. The difference is subtle but significant. Continue reading


Gov. McAuliffe, Tear Down This Wall!

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Dear Editor:

Gov. Terry McAuliffe has built a wall – a virtual wall – between citizens and the voter registration records they are permitted to inspect.  Under federal law, the public has a right to inspect records relating to “ensuring the accuracy and currency of official lists of eligible voters.”

But it appears Gov. McAuliffe may not like that statute, because the VA Department of Elections has instructed local Registrars not to comply with a public request to inspect voter registration records, specifically as they pertain to the removal of non-citizens from the voter rolls.

Last August, the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) submitted written requests to Registrars in 22 VA counties, to inspect documents identifying registered voters who had been removed from the voter rolls due to non-citizenship status.  When word of these written requests reached the VA Department of Elections, its Commissioner quickly instructed local Registrars NOT to comply with the PILF requests.  In so doing, Commissioner Edgardo Cortés thwarted federal election law, specifically Section 20507(i) of the National Voting Rights Act. Continue reading


Voter Fraud Rising

Matthew Vadum | FrontPage Mag

Illegal interference in the battleground states.

There is already evidence that voter fraud is being perpetrated in critical battleground states like Virginia and Colorado a month before Election Day.

Voter fraud is commonplace. Completely eliminating it is impossible. The most policymakers can do is create laws and policies that attempt to minimize it.

Voter fraud is unlawful interference with the electoral process in an effort to bring about a desired result. Voter fraud is also called vote fraud, election fraud, and electoral fraud. It refers to fraudulent voting, impersonation, intimidation, perjury, voter registration fraud, forgery, counterfeiting, bribery, destroying already cast ballots, and a multitude of crimes related to the electoral process.

Reasonable people can disagree over how serious a problem voter fraud is in today’s America, but the evidence it actually exists cannot be ignored. Continue reading