Tag: second amendment

Dear Editor: This is a response to the lengthy article in the Jan.24 issue on the recent pro-Second Amendment rally in Richmond (“Thousands Descend on Richmond to Protest Proposed Gun Laws”), and the reports from the legislature by Sen. Linwood Lewis and Del. Robert Bloxom. The concern by Virginia gun...
Dear Editor: In response to the impeachment letter (“Impeachment Is Being Used as a Weapon,” Jan. 10): Impeachment is not being used as a weapon against 45. That could have very easily been said when Clinton was being impeached, because he lied about a sex act that was not forced....
By Carol Vaughn The Chincoteague Town Council on Monday unanimously approved a resolution naming the town a Second Amendment sanctuary, with a crowd of around 80 gun rights supporters looking on. The town joins 116 Virginia localities that have passed similar resolutions since the November election, according to the Virginia Citizens...
By Stefanie Jackson – Northampton supervisors unanimously passed a resolution Tuesday night that supports gun rights but does not establish the county as a Second Amendment sanctuary. The resolution “urges the Governor and members of the General Assembly to take no action which would violate the freedoms guaranteed” by the...
By Stefanie Jackson – Exmore is officially a second amendment sanctuary since the town council adopted a resolution Monday night declaring its opposition to any infringement of law-abiding citizens’ right to keep and bear arms. “The town of Exmore and the police officers will not engage in unconstitutional law,” said...
Dear Editor: This letter responds to the letter by Mr. Richard Saunders in the Oct.11 issue. He urges gun owners to vote Democrat, and assures them that the Democrats don’t want to take their guns away. However, in the past 20 years, the top leaders of the Democratic Party have made...