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ADDITIONAL REFERENCES FOR THAT LAST POST

  RIGHTS or WRONG?, the last post, focused on a particular aspect of the culture war, transgenderism in the public schools. That story was bad enough, but here is a list of bills that indicate the Virginia General Assembly has … Continue reading

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General Assembly – Week 7 Recap: Religious Liberty and Budget — From The Family Foundation

If we want to push back a radical agenda, knowledge itself is power.  Want some knowledge? Here is an email The Family Foundation. The same information is on their website, GENERAL ASSEMBLY WEEK 7 RECAP: RELIGIOUS LIBERTY AND BUDGET. Victoria … Continue reading

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THE STATE OF OUR NATION’S SOCIAL FABRIC IN 2019 — PART 2

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

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