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MORALITY IN GOVERNANCE

At this point in the arc of history, most folks would acknowledge that slavery, including sex trafficking and child selling, is immoral. Moral precepts may exist independently of religion, while religion may inform moral dialogue. Morality is the distinction between… Read More ›

THIS WEEK IN HISTORY . . .

JUNE 1-10   JUNE 3, 1937:  Duke of Windsor marries Wallis Simpson. JUNE 3, 1972:  Sally Priesand becomes first woman rabbi ordained in the United States. JUNE 4, 1989:  Hundreds of protesters die in Tiananmen Square, Beijing. JUNE 5, 1968: … Read More ›

Loving Pocahontas Day Redux

Editors’ Note: First published by VoxFairfax in June 2018, we are republishing this article in light of recent national events and their proximity to June 12, 1967, the date of a Supreme Court opinion striking down Virginia’s anti-miscegenation law.  Pocahontas… Read More ›

HOW TO “NO COMMENT” A PUBLIC COMMENT

Our readers will recall that VoxFairfax reported previously regarding the fundraising activities of two Falls Church not-for-profit organizations—The Center for Homeless American Veterans [CHAV] and the Circle of Friends of American Veterans [COFAV]—following public disclosure that the two were under… Read More ›

U P D A T E S . . .

HELLER AND GUN CONTROL “Justice Scalia would be proud,” wrote Judge William Young of the Massachusetts Federal District Court in referring to Justice Antonin Scalia’s 5-4 majority opinion in the 2008 case of District of Columbia v. Heller. VoxFairfax offered commentary… Read More ›