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Hallelujah! The Elections Are Over

It seems like every election is worse than the last. Every election we see politics sink to a new low.  Every year we see candidates elected not on their records…

Letter to the Editor

Prospect Resident Endorses Candidates To the Voters of Prince Edward County: I know that no one likes to be told how to vote, therefore I urge you to use your…

Fools with Hammers

Anybody can take a hammer and tear something down. Michelangelo on the other hand took a hammer and a chisel and carved David. Millions of other people use hammers to…

Letters to the Editor

New Governor Should Not be Northam “There are a lot of people in the world to whom the American flag is a symbol of oppression. The anthem itself contains a…

Vote With Your Brain, Vote on the Facts, Hire the Best

Election Day is November 7.  Virginians will be electing men and women who will lead our state, our counties and our towns for the next few years. Every one of…

Letters to the Editor

The Season Has Changed The following is a letter in response to the Boy Scouts of America’s Decision to Allow Girls to Participate Beginning 2018. As I sit at my…

That Lawyer

“Because he says what I want to believe.” A few years ago I wrote an editorial on Social Security. It was based entirely on facts. Those facts were gathered from…

Letters to the Editor

Moton Belongs to Longwood? Recently while researching the deed to an adjacent property, I stumbled upon a transaction between two parties that nearly floored me and left me in a…

This Editorial is for Christians Only

I believe people should be able to disagree politely. I believe that the facts should be considered and that emotion has no place in a reasonable discussion. Last night I…

Letter to the Editor

Laws Need to Target the Right People To be expected, the cry for new gun laws wails in the wake of the Nevada shooting. This shooter didn’t fit any profile…