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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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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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THE NEXT MARRIAGE TABOO BEGINS TO TOPPLE

With the legalization of same-sex “marriage,” what opponents predicted has already begun to happen. What is the latest taboo to fall?  New York appeals court unanimously OKs some incestuous marriages from Life Site News. The New York state Court of Appeals … Continue reading

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WHY ARE WE BEING LED BY THE BEST POLITICIANS MONEY CAN BUY?

Why are we being led by the best politician money can buy? Are we are just getting what we have earned? Are we just being led by people just like ourselves? Consider how we choose our leaders. Most of us do … Continue reading

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WHAT QUALIFIES OUR MOST “BELOVED” POLITICIANS?

A bit of humor On September 3rd, the Broom Hilda comic strip by Russell Myers summarized the qualifications of our most beloved politicians in just a few words. If I were a politician, folks would love me. I’d give everybody … Continue reading

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