The escalating bloodshed and death toll in Richmond is alarming, its latest dead and wounded ranging in age from 9 to 57.
Our media colleagues should stop their mewling over the absence of Democratic candidates Ralph S. Northam, Justin Fairfax and Mark Herring from the annual Labor Day parade in Buena Vista.
President Trump continues to show us just what type of person he is.
Monday was Aug. 28, an innocuous date. But blurbs about its history and meaning have been circulating on the internet. On this day:
The darkness of the tragic events in Charlottesville — and President Trump’s continued blessing of the racist, anti-Semitic, neo-Nazi, white supremacist elements seeking to tear apart this nation — have cast a pall over our state and country. We have ...
It’s time for Johnny Reb, skinheads, the hooded Klan and closet racists at the office and who live next door to wake up and understand that it’s not 1865 any more. The Civil War is over. The South lost.
In the same week that it was revealed that the Department of Injustice is spearheading attacks on affirmative action, our 45th president indicated his support for legislation that would drastically change our nation’s immigration policy. Instead of providing immigration opportunities ...
George Mason Elementary School teacher Hope Talley was correct, unfortunately, when she said Richmond Public Schools officials are merely putting a Band-Aid on the situation at the aged Church Hill school.
The Monument Avenue Commission has only just begun its work, but the fix is in. Apparently, the commission has been hamstrung by its charge from Mayor Levar M. Stoney to put the monuments “in context.”
Once again, we have turned our Richmond public schoolchildren and their parents into beggars.
We are living in dangerous times. The bigots in the White House have launched a federal Justice Department study of anti-white bias in college admissions. The New York Times reported Tuesday that the Trump administration plans to redirect the civil ...
The Free Press has long been a champion of free speech. But there are instances in which we don’t like the words being used.
We don’t know where to begin this week with the crazy that has taken place in Washington.
Republican efforts to dismantle health care in this nation are not over, despite the setback handed to the GOP leadership earlier this week. On Monday, a handful of their own U.S. Senate colleagues refused to go along with a vote ...
We are still filled with pride and exuberance from the Maggie L. Walker statue dedication last Saturday in Downtown. There was a gloriousness about the day that Richmond rarely sees.