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This meeting served two primary purposes. It gave committee members the opportunity to hear about the Legislative Priorities of PWC’s Delegation to the General Assembly, and it gave the committee the opportunity to authorize a convention to select a candidate … Continue reading
More of Steve Kelly’s work can be found at http://today.myway.com/toonedview/id/1.html. Humor often leaves me wondering whether I am suppose to laugh or cry. What is the function of humor? Why do we laugh about the most serious things? Is there … Continue reading
Chuck Asay works for the Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph. His work can be found online at http://www.comics.com/editoons/. Just out of curiousity, I went to http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/hope. This website provided a variety of definitions. There were of course the more standard definitions; … Continue reading
More of Bob Gorrell’s work can be found at http://today.myway.com/toonedview/id/1.html. When people go to the polls, they make decisions. People make decisions based upon the information they have at hand. Thus candidates have to get their information – their version … Continue reading
We just finished the elections in 2006, and the races for 2007 have already begun. Already I and others (http://www.bvbl.net/?p=460) have received two candidate announcements. LUCY S. BEAUCHAMP, the current Chair of the Prince William County School Board is preparing … Continue reading