Suits us just fine Dear Sir: I like a President that’s a crook that the other crooks can’t get along with. Plus, he tells the truth most of the time!
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In March of this year, 250 representatives from more than 60 educational institutions across Virginia met to discuss potential obstacles facing students with plans to transfer to baccalaureate-awar
LINE OF SUCCESSION During and after session, I’ve been asked by many, “After the Governor, Lt. Governor, and Attorney General all got into trouble for what they said and did, why didn’t anything happen to them? Considering that their own party leaders from around the country were calling for them to resign, you should have forced them out of office.”
Help for those who stutter Dear Sir: Do you stutter? Do you know someone who does? Most people do.
HEALTHCARE SAGA Last week, Gov. Northam chose to veto a bill that would have helped many households saddled by higher insurance premiums and higher deductibles since the passage of Obamacare.
A SALUTE TO BUSINESS In the next several weeks, counties and towns around Virginia will celebrate businesses in their communities. I applaud them for recognizing those businesses and join them
URANIUM MINING For some, this issue may not appear important.
Those who want socialized medicine should go through what I have been putting up with for the past month or so.
THE TRUTH ON TAXES By the time you read this column, you’ll have settledup on your tax liability to the federal government and maybe to Virginia, also.
Another flagrant foul Dear Sir: UVA winning the national basketball championship was indeed an unmatched feat.
FALSE REPORTS I wanted to clarify some things that folks may not understand about Amazon’s Virginia headquarters. All sorts of inaccurate stories are floating around. These are the facts: Amazon
Last week, the Trump Administration endorsed eliminating the Affordable Care Act entirely, threatening to take health care away from millions of people. In Virginia alone, 328,020 people are enrolled in
WASHINGTON, D.C. — U. S. Representatives Abigail Spanberger (D-VA-7th) and Rodney Davis (R-IL-13th) are leading a bipartisan effort requesting funding to expand rural broadband internet connectivity across rural America and
SUCCESS STORIES Just nine years ago, Microsoft expressed interest in visiting Mecklenburg County.
On March 18th, I testified in Washington, D. C. before the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) against proposed rollbacks of a 2011 control of Mercury in the air and water.
IMPROVING OUR REGION This year marks the 20th anniversary of the creation of the Virginia Tobacco Commission.
With the end of the fiscal year just three months away, the Nottoway School Board’s Textbook Fund is “flush with cash” and contains “more than one million dollars.” That assertion
GAMBLING FEVER One of the most high profile issues this past session was the interest in casinos, sports betting, pull tabs games in restaurants, and expansion of bingo. Why the
According to the Digest of Education Statistics, the cost per pupil per year of an elementary and secondary school education in the 1969/70 school year was $6,135. Using the Consumer