When you hear the word “Freedom,” what do you think of? A concept? A definition? A way of life? A state of being? What about a sound? Does Freedom have a sound?
A new movie was released in theaters on July 4: Sound of Freedom.
It was the top-grossing movie that day, beating out the Indiana Jones sequel and grossing over $14 million.
Independence Day was a fitting occasion for the release date.
Whether it is combatting addiction or standing up for freedom, the American Miracle has a fighter in Jason Miyares.
Last week, TRS was able to sit down and talk with Attorney General Jason Miyares (R-VA) about the challenges he is facing from opioid and fentanyl abuse to the FBI Richmond’s targeting of Catholics in the public square.
Miyares — a longstanding conservative in the tradition of Ronald Reagan and a leading thinker in his own right — shares his convictions.
Governor Glenn Youngkin today praised the General Assembly for passing House Bill 1606 patroned by Delegate Anne Ferrell Tata, which was passed with wide bipartisan support. This law adopts the non-legally binding Working Definition of Antisemitism adopted by the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) on May 26, 2016.
“Hate has no place in the Commonwealth and I’m proud to take continued steps to fight antisemitism,” said Governor Glenn Youngkin.
During Human Trafficking Month, Governor Glenn Youngkin announced that the Commission on Human Trafficking Prevention and Survivor Support released their report on human trafficking in Virginia. On his first day in office, Governor Youngkin reaffirmed Virginia’s commitment to combat human trafficking by creating the Human Trafficking Commission through Executive Order 7.
The Commission’s recommendations focus on reducing the number of human trafficking incidents, as well as identifying solutions to fight human trafficking in the Commonwealth.
Gaslighting is the word of the year, but can we talk about how we have been gaslighted on abortion for the last 40 years? With Roe in 1973, the argument was to legalize abortion so that women aren’t dying in back alleys. Then in the ‘90s, as Bill Clinton coined it, abortion should be “safe, legal, and rare,” to the mid-‘00s, when “abortion is health care” became the mantra.
As we celebrate the birth of Jesus in the knowledge that Roe has been cast to the ash heap of history, we do so knowing there are nearly 1 million lives missing due to abortion this year alone — and nearly 400,000 of those are Black lives.
Honor Their Memory
Anticommunism Action Team Remarks at
The Candle Light Vigil for Human Rights & Freedom in Vietnam
Falls Church, Virginia
August 18, 2018
Thank you for inviting me to speak. My name is Chris Wright. I run the Anticommunism Action Team.
Tonight, we are gathered to honor the memory of those who suffered and died at the hands of the Vietnamese communists.
We honor the memory of the brave soldiers – Vietnamese and American – who laid down their lives for freedom.
We honor the memory of the boat people. They fled communism and risked their lives at sea. Many did not make it. A man named Hien told me he was all excited because his sister managed to get on a boat and he expected her to turn up in the Philippines soon. I asked him…