Over the past legislative session, Virginia Democrats in the General Assembly and State Senate have worked to erode the personal freedom and dignity of ordinary Virginians.
Voters must reject both extreme attitudes and think pragmatically about an immigration policy that not only benefits the United States but also ensures our nation remains an attractive destination for migrants.
The administration has time and time again caved into pressures to conform to progressive dogma.
The Jan. 20 rally was an explicit rejection of government intrusion into the human right of self-defense.
Strengthening ties to traditional supporters and making inroads in new communities must remain the priority of leaders and voters across the state.
Incursions into the freedoms of Virginians will invariably prioritize the interests of progressive elites over the needs of the Commonwealth and its people.
These decisions figure into a much larger national discussion on the memorialization of certain figures and institutions with complex legacies.
The Times has consistently failed to deliver objective reporting when discussing prominent conservatives.