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Virginia 2019 Election Results Breakdown and Way Ahead

Here’s a breakdown of the Virginia November 2019 election results. This document should be used as the start of an action plan. There are a few specific action areas that I see as follows: 1) Localities where the Democrat won by less than 5 percentage points 2) Localities where the Republican won by less than …

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Virginia 2A Sanctuary Status 12/23

I just added the most recent to pass resolutions, which are Faquier County and Charles City County.  This brings us to a total of 87 out of 95 counties in Virginia declaring themselves either Sanctuary or Constitutional counties!  

Virginia 2A Sanctuary animated time lapse (12/21/19)

Virginia_2ASanctuary TIme Lapse

This time lapse encompasses the timeframe from 22 November 2019 through 21 December 2019.  In the span of one month, you can watch the Sanctuary and Constitutional status progress completely across the state to over 89% of all counties in the Commonwealth!   Click the map below to view the full animation!  

Virginia 2A Sanctuary Status as of 12/7/2019

Virginia Second Amendment Sanctuary status 12/7/2019

There are currently 43 county Boards of Supervisors who have passed a resolution in support of Second Amendment Sanctuary status. Here is the current map: Here is the list of all of the counties who currently are Second Amendment counties.   County Alleghany County Amherst County Appomattox County Augusta County Bland County Botetourt County Buchanan …

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King George County Board Meeting 2A Sanctuary

I spoke at the King George County Board of Supervisors’ meeting on 03 December 2019.  We were allotted 1 hour for public comment on the Second Amendment resolution, with each speaker having a strict 3 minute time limit.  There were 32 people who had signed up to speak.  They went through half of the list, …

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VA Gov McAuliffe reverses cancellation of CHP reciprocity agreements

RICHMOND — Gov. Terry McAuliffe plans to announce Friday that Virginia will restore handgun reciprocity agreements with nearly all states, in a stunning reversal of a firearms policy that had angered Republicans and gun rights advocates across the nation. The about-face is part of a deal that McAuliffe (D) struck with Republican leaders one month …

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VCDL 2016 Lobby Day – Virginia General Assembly – 18 Januray 2016

From the VCDL Lobby Day event page on facebook: WHAT IS “VCDL LOBBY DAY”? This is the day when hundreds and hundreds of gun owners come to the General Assembly building in Richmond (1000 Bank St Richmond, VA 23219) to meet with the Virginia Legislature (our Senators and Delegates). We form small groups around 0830 …

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Virginia Handgun Permit Reciprocity – VA State Police

Here is the new page on the Virginia State Police (VSP) website which outlines details relating to the recent action by Attorney General Mark Herring (D) to remove reciprocity agreements with 25 of the 30 states which currently have an agreement in place.   Reciprocity and Recognition ***** NOTICE**** Legal review conducted in 2015 pursuant …

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The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America

The Declaration of Independence: A Transcription IN CONGRESS, July 4, 1776. The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America, When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the …

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ATF “Publishing Error” regarding popular 5.56mm projectiles

ATF “Notice of Publishing Error”. ATF on a fact-finding mission “accidentally” forgot to include SS109 and M855 projectile exemptions in the 2014 ATF Regulation Guide. It is my opinion that this was no accidental “publishing error”, and the ATF found out exactly what they wanted to find out – that there would be significant backlash, …

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