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Check the Virginia Department of Elections‘ website.
- Voter Guide for 7th District June 21, 2022 Primary – English June 10, 2022
- 7th District Voter Guide for June 21, 2022 Primary, Español June 9, 2022
- Giovanna Nall of the Prince William & Manassas Family Alliance Board of Directors on CNN Tita May 27, 2022
- Voter Guide for 10th District Republican May 21, 2022 Primary May 20, 2022
- HOW CAN WE AS GOOD CITIZENS MONITOR OUR ELECTIONS? — PART 2 December 16, 2021
- STILL DOING NOTHING? December 13, 2021
- NOEL OR NO EL? December 9, 2021
- HOW CAN WE AS GOOD CITIZENS ENSURE THE INTEGRITY OF OUR ELECTIONS? — PART 1 November 30, 2021
- THANKSGIVING FOR THE TRUTH November 24, 2021
- LGBTQ CLUBS OR GAY-STRAIGHT CLUBS! November 23, 2021
Prince William-Manassas Family Alliance’s Tweets
Monthly Archives: December 2019
THE STATE OF OUR NATION’S SOCIAL FABRIC IN 2019 — PART 3
Posted on December 31, 2019 by Tom Salmon
This is the final post of this series. In PART 1 we examined our nation’s social fabric and the damage we are doing to it. In PART 2 we considered the price of unrestrained factional politics. We are so busy … Continue reading →
Posted in Citizen Responsibilities, Constitutional Government, history, Pro Life, religion | Tagged Civic Duty, Climate, culture war, Events of 2019, feminism, government, history, human-rights, immigration, impeachment, Justice, Neil Howe, Pro-Life, religion, sexuality, Socialism, Strauss–Howe generational theory, Tolerance, transgender athletes, transgenderism, William Strauss, Women | 7 Comments
THE STATE OF OUR NATION’S SOCIAL FABRIC IN 2019 — PART 2
Posted on December 29, 2019 by Tom Salmon
In THE STATE OF OUR NATION’S SOCIAL FABRIC IN 2019 — PART 1, we examined the meaning of an expression, the “social fabric”. Now we will consider the events of 2019 and evaluate whether they either helped to heal or further … Continue reading →
THE STATE OF OUR NATION’S SOCIAL FABRIC IN 2019 — PART 1
Posted on December 27, 2019 by Tom Salmon
We are coming to the end of 2019, and people seem to enjoy reviewing the events of the past year. Here, however, is something a little different. We will consider events of 2019 with respect to a question: how did … Continue reading →