Former Virginia Attorney General and failed gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli is selling retainers for his legal services just in case you happen to shoot somebody. “A legal retainer with Virginia Self Defense Law costs as little as $8.33 a month — less than half the cost of a hunting license,” the firm’s Web site says. Show More Summary
Because killing someone shouldn't be a financial burden on your family. Are you the sort of person that expects you might someday shoot someone with that gun you're carrying? Former Virginia attorney general and failed gubernatorialShow More Summary
While debating Arizona's 'license to discriminate' bill on CNN's Crossfire, gay journalist LZ Granderson called out the former attorney general of Virginia for his antigay record. Featured Image: read more
Mediaite recaps the mayhem: Crossfire got really heated up Tuesday over the Arizona bill that would allow businesses to refuse service to LGBT individuals. Van Jones posed a provocative question to former Virginia Attorney General Ken...Show More Summary
A discussion of Arizona's SB 1062, the bill that would allow businesses to discriminate against gays based on religious beliefs, quickly ignited on Crossfire after former Virginia attorney general Ken Cuccinelli accused Van Jones of being "utterly inaccurate" in describing...
by John Stonestreet February 25, 2014 (BreakPoint) - Imagine for a moment that someone sues you. You arrive in court, expecting your lawyer to defend your interests, only to hear him say that he disagrees with you and will now assist your adversary. There would be pandemonium. Your attorney would be relieved of his duties,…
First it was Pennsylvania. Then Virginia. Then Nevada. Now the Attorney General of Oregon has decided to halt her office's defense of the state's same-sex marriage law.
It was only a few short months ago that former Virginia GOP Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli was running for governor of the commonwealth on a platform that included banning sodomy again. And we all know how that turned out. Now a federal judge has ruled that gays and lesbians in Virginia must have the right to marry. Show More Summary
Virginia's Attorney General reports the unexpected late evening news:
First California. Then Virginia. Now Nevada. State after state after state, attorneys general are backing down in the the battle over gay marriage. Those who fight face costly, and likely losing battles, followed by years of appeals. And for those who punt? It's quite possible someone else will step in.......
by Dustin Siggins CARSON CITY, NV, February 11, 2014 (LifeSiteNews.com) – On the heels of the announcement by Virginia's attorney general that he will not defend the constitutional amendment enshrining marriage as between a man and a woman, Nevada's attorney general and governor are following suit. Approved…
Late last month, former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli suggested that Governor Chris Christie was doing the GOP a disservice by remaining at the head of the Republican Governors Association. This week, the shunning of Christie by Texas' past and future governors proves his strength as leader is greatly diminished. Show More Summary
FOIA FIGHT: A Watchdog.org request for welfare-related transaction data reached the state attorney general office. By Kathryn Watson | Watchdog.org, Virginia Bureau ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Virginia’s top constitutional authority reiterated...Show More Summary
National Review Online is pushing an accusation that Virginia attorney general Mark Herring is "politicizing" his office because he has refused to defend that state's same-sex marriage ban in court. In reality, Herring's decision isShow More Summary
Virginia's Attorney General is not defending the state's marriage ban because he believes, rightly so, that it is flagrantly unconstitutional. When someone who knows a thing or two about the law makes this choice, he or she is, in fact,...
NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — The ban on same-sex marriage is just like an old Virginia law that made interracial marriages illegal, and it's time for Virginia to stop discriminating against gays and lesbians, a state attorney told a federal judge Tuesday.
(NORFOLK, Va.) — A federal judge was set to hear arguments Tuesday on whether Virginia’s ban on gay marriage should be struck down, which is the position the state’s newly elected Democratic attorney general has endorsed in a move that angered many Republican lawmakers. Show More Summary
AFER attorneys Ted Olson and David Boies will today make opening oral arguments in their marriage equality lawsuit against the state of Virginia, which was joined last month by state Attorney General Mark Herring. Protesting outside the courthouse will be supporters of NOM and the Family Foundation. Show More Summary
(Reuters) - A federal court will consider a bid to overturn Virginia's constitutional ban on same-sex marriage on Tuesday after the state's attorney general said he would not defend it.
Last week, Virginia Attorney General Mark R. Herring announced that he wouldn't defend the state's ban on gay marriage, prompting us to wonder: who else could? We've got our answer. Meanwhile, in West Virginia, a parallel battle has moved forward, though the plaintiffs will be scrambling to locate an additional......