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Virginia gun owners to fund their own incarcerations

Gun owners in Virginia will soon have the dubious honor of paying an extra $250,000 to pay for their own jailing due to Democrats' proposed new laws.

’We’re gun-friendly’: NJ town calls itself a 2nd Amendment sanctuary

A New Jersey town council approved a resolution last week that proclaimed it a “sanctuary township” for law-abiding gun owners.

Accomplished moonwalker, Northam walks back some restrictions while leaving others in place.

Seeing the outrage from the sanctuary counties movement, Governor Northam walks back some proposed second amendment restrictions; surprising nobody.

Philip Van Cleave is fighting for your rights. What are you doing?

Philip Van Cleave was fighting for your Second Amendment rights today. What were you doing? Now is the time to get activated.

Who wants to be a deputy?

Taking a novel approach to addressing proposed new gun laws, Culpeper County's Sheriff states that he'd properly screen and deputize thousands of citizens.

King George seeks 2nd Amendment sanctuary status

The Free Lance Star reports on a Board of Supervisors resolution that would make King George a Second Amendment sanctuary.

AG Herring says he expects all Virginians to follow his new laws

The new Attorney General seems to think that the Sanctuary Counties movement has no teeth whatsoever and that you're all just gonna do as you're told.

Tazewell County – Sanctuary County, militia, and concealed weapons training?

Not only is Tazewell County now a Sanctuary County, but apparently they also passed a militia ordinance. Should other counties consider militia ordinances?

Hundreds of Sanctuary County supporters came out to Virginia Beach

So many people showed up to Virginia Beach that the fire marshall had to shut down City Hall. Check out this story and see how big an impact we are making.

Shenandoah County residents make their voices heard.

Citizens of Shenandoah County are not giving up without a fight. Check out how many of them showed up at their recent board of supervisors meeting.
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