Dan Casey


Dan Casey knows a little bit about a lot of things but not a heck of a lot about most things. That doesn't keep him from writing about them, however. So keep him honest!

A controversial citizenship question may be off the 2020 Census, per the U.S. Supreme Court. But as a Deyerle couple learned Saturday, the hotly-debated question is still on the 2019 Census Test. The U.S. Census Bureau is using the test to determine how many door-to-door workers it will need to hire for the nationwide survey next year.

President Donald Trump on July 3 insisted in a tweet that a controversial citizenship question would remain on the U.S. Census. Eight days lat…

As a freshman congressman in 1974, U.S. Rep. M. Caldwell Butler, R-Roanoke, rose above partisan hackdom to vote for articles of impeachment against then President Richard Nixon. One of these days soon, his political descendant, freshman U.S. Rep. Ben Cline, R-Rockbridge, may be faced with the same question.

Former U.S. Rep. M. Caldwell Butler, R-Roanoke, who represented Virginia‚Äôs Sixth Congressional District from November 1972 to January 1983, an…

We denizens of the Old Dominion are plagued with stress. So says one of those pop-culture surveys, which is based on the top health-related internet search terms from all 50 states. The good news is, we're not fixated on the color of our poop. And it could be worse -- poor Indiana!

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