March 1, 2020

     The second amendment stronghold rally in Richmond, Virginia, on Jan. 20, 2020, attracted gun rights supporters, Trump supporters, and patriots who oppose the politicians that now control the Virginia legislature.  The State of Virginia flag and motto, Sic Semper Tyrannis (Thus Always To Tyrants), was a popular flag, as were the Gadsden flag (Don't Tread On Me) and Molon Labe posters (Come and...

February 15, 2020

     At the Jan. 20 gun rights rally in Richmond, Virginia, second amendment patriots savaged Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam by comparing him to Hitler and every other totalitarian fascist of the 20th century.  They also mocked him as "Coonhound," a reference to his nickname "Coonman" from his VMI college year book.  One vendor was selling T shirts that read "My Governor Is An Idiot."    As of this p...

February 1, 2020

     Second amendment patriots rallied in Richmond, Virginia, on Jan. 20, 2020 to lobby state legislators against new gun control measures proposed by the majority Democrat legislature.  Police estimated that about 22,000 people filled the Capitol grounds and streets surrounding the Capitol.  Earlier in the week, legislators had banned guns in the Capitol building, and Gov. Ralph Northam had decla...

August 15, 2018

     State and local officials prepared for the one year anniversary of the Antifa riot in Charlottesville by declaring a preemptive state of emergency for the weekend of August 11-12, 2018. The downtown pedestrian mall was fenced off, roads were blocked with dump trucks, parks and recylcing centers were closed, and a long list of "Instruments of Riot" were banned in the city. The Governor and cit...

December 15, 2017

     It was over before it started. If you had arrived at noon, the scheduled legal rally time, you'd have missed it. The riot began in the morning - August 12, 2017. Communists attacked the arriving speakers, the governor declared a state of emergency by 11:25 am, and the armored police had pushed the legal speakers out of the park by noon. Some stragglers remained, but mostly it looked like it w...

November 12, 2017

     Charlottesville’s recent turmoil began when city leaders started a campaign to take down the statue of Robert E. Lee.  It was a calculated campaign designed to cause racial conflict in the city, though most locals still have not comprehended that reality.  City council was simpatico with the idea, and fell for the gambit. They voted 3-2 to take the statue down. Not surprisingly, opponents obj...

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