Gregory May spent four years writing “Jefferson’s Treasure: How Albert Gallatin Saved the New Nation from Debt,"
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Imagine having to drive your child to a fast food restaurant so that they can connect to the Internet to finish their homework. What an enormous disadvantage that would be. How demoralizing. And, yet, it happens right here in Virginia. An estimated 660,000 Virginians do not have access to broadband internet.
A pillar and sign at Tuckahoe Plantation in Goochland County were vandalized Monday with paint and graffiti reading “We profit off slavery,” as activists in downtown Richmond called for the resignation of Virginia’s top three elected officials.