President Trump has revitalized the economy and unleashed a new wave of prosperity for all Americans. The President’s policies have given new life to the American economy, delivering prosperity and new hope for American workers and businesses
Virginia’s only private school choice program, Education Improvement Scholarships Tax Credits (EISTC), is under threat from an elected official. Delegate David L. Bulova (D-37) has authored a bill to abolish it
Through bravery, perseverance, faith, and resolve — often in the face of incredible prejudice and hardship — African Americans have enhanced and advanced every aspect of American life. Their fight for equality, representation, and respect motivates us
George Soros is 89 years old, but by gosh, before he dies, he’s going to see to the internal destruction of America.
At least that’s how it seems
On Monday, I attended Lobby Day for the first time. I was initially excited about going, but in the week leading up to January 20th, I received numerous warnings from friends, which caused me to question my decision to go. However, somewhere I read, “if our forefathers had been afraid, we would still be eating crumpets and drinking tea”
It is my profound honor to be the first President in history to attend the March for Life. We’re here for a very simple reason: to defend the right of every child, born and unborn, to fulfill their God-given potential.
For 47 years, Americans of all backgrounds have traveled from across the country to stand for life. And today, as President of the United States, I am truly proud to stand with you
On August 28, 1963, nearly a quarter of a million people gathered in the August heat on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., to hear the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., speak. People traveled to our Nation’s Capital from places as far away as Atlanta and Los Angeles
The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr (MLK) was born on January 15, 1929. If he were still alive today, he would be 93 years old. MLK died at the age of 39, but what a life did he live! I am glad that 50+ years after his death (1968), his legacy and impact still lives