Category Archives: Citizen Responsibilities

WHY THOSE QUESTIONS ON THE PWMFA VOTER GUIDE? — PART 7

Before we consider the third question we included in our voter guide for the following election, Chairman, Prince William County School Board, At Large, we have an admission. None of the candidates responded to our survey. Therefore, we have decided … Continue reading

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INCIVILITY: WHAT DO WE LOSE WHEN GOVERNMENT GIVES US OUR RIGHTS?

  Why would anyone behave with incivility towards another human being? The definition won’t tell you. incivility noun in·​ci·​vil·​i·​ty | \ˌin(t)-sə-ˈvi-lə-tē \ 1 : the quality or state of being uncivil 2 : a rude or discourteous act Does looking … Continue reading

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VOTER GUIDES: NextGen America

NextGen America is Liberal Democrat advocacy organization founded by Tom Steyer. This group has the endorsement of Planned Parenthood Action Fund (see here). Here is how NextGen America describes itself. NextGen America acts politically to prevent climate disaster, promote prosperity, and … Continue reading

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WHY THOSE QUESTIONS ON THE PWMFA VOTER GUIDE? — PART 6

Here is the fourth question we will include in our voter guide for the following election, Chairman, Prince William County School Board, At Large. This election is scheduled for November 6, 2018 (see 2018 ELECTIONS. Do you support or oppose … Continue reading

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VOTER GUIDES: Family Policy Alliance

Here is some of what the Family Policy Alliance says about itself. Welcome to Family Policy Alliance. You may know us by our previous names, CitizenLink and Focus on the Family Action. We’re still a public policy partner of Focus on … Continue reading

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