A man who intended to murder as many people as possible at the Family Research Council (a pro-traditional marriage group) may be going to prison for a long time. A security guard subdued the man, who planned on smearing Chick-fil-A sandwiches on his planned victims as a statement in support of same sex marriage. Yahoo!
You know, it’s one thing for politicians with no ties to Virginia or Virginia Tech to politicize the events of April 16th, 2007. It’s another thing entirely for a Virginia politician, running for a statewide office, to attempt to make political hay out of the tragedy on the anniversary of the event. That’s exactly what
About a year ago, I moved to Blacksburg, Virginia, home of Virginia Tech. Having not been here (or even in Southwest Virginia) when the Virginia Tech massacre occurred in 2007, I’m always a bit uncomfortable talking about the tragedy. What I’ve learned, over this year, however, is that most in this community hate the politicization
I’m not exactly a big fan of Tea Party groups engaging with the whole “Occupy” movement, mostly because the Tea Party movement has long established their national credibility with electoral victories and big name wins. The Occupy movement on the other hand got their credibility by having a bunch of derelict hippies sleep in a