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Justice not served

December 19, 2013 I witnessed a grave injustice. It was the type of injustice that made me not only deeply saddened, but acutely aware of a weakness in our judicial…

A Rant on Free Speech and Consequences

A Rant on Free Speech and Consequences

A reader just called and asked me to “rant” about Phil Robertson being kicked off of A&E. First of all I never rant. I offer thought-provoking editorials which often criticize,…

How to Keep the Unemployed, Unemployed

How to Keep the Unemployed, Unemployed

(Pay them) The latest news from Washington is an end run by Congress to extend unemployment benefits. If you are unemployed and don’t want to find a job, that’s good…

None Dare Call It Slavery

This week I read an article regarding a young woman who has been waiting six years for housing vouchers so that she can rent a home of her own. She…

FTC Takes on Piano Teachers

Almost every week we read of yet another case of abuse of American citizens by the government we elected to serve us. We see this abuse on every level. Town…

Private Donations Help Red Cross

During this wonderful Holiday Season of Thanksgiving and Christmas, we are all feeling pretty frazzled, but still able to snuggle under the blankets and get a good night’s sleep…for this,…

We cannot cut mental health services

Despite the impact of a bleak economy on Virginia’s budget, we cannot afford to cut mental health services in the Commonwealth. With the prevalence of violence stemming from mental health…

Being Thankful

Thursday is Thanksgiving Day. Thanksgiving isn’t just the day before Black Friday. It isn’t just a day to overeat and visit with family. Thanksgiving is a day to thank God…

“Obamacare” or “Hit ‘em Where it Hurts”

There is a joke going around that the Government is warning people about fake Obamacare websites that steal information for identity theft. “The way you know you are on a…

THANK YOU BUFFALO DISTRICT

THANK YOU BUFFALO DISTRICT

During the recent election campaign for the seat on the Board of Supervisors for the Buffalo District, I had the privilege and honor to visit the vast majority of the…