Monthly Archives: February 2007

Prince William County Republican Committee – February 26, 2007 Meeting Highlights

I have heard it said that in politics half the battle is showing up, and that is definitely true.  Often times it would appear that the other half is sticking it out to the bitter end.  This meeting sure was … Continue reading

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Feb 26 meeting LOCATION CHANGE, or cancellation, to be announced BY NOON MONDAY

From Tom Kopko, Chairman, Pr. Wm. County Republican Committee   Dear Pr. Wm. Republican friend, Our Committee meeting’s location for Monday, Feb. 26 has been closed, yes, again, due to snow. I WILL ANNOUNCE A LOCATION CHANGE OR CANCELLATION BY NOON ON MONDAY. … Continue reading

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An Aristocracy of Lawyers: Why Lawyers Rule

When I started researching this topic, I found an interesting web site (here), Legal Reform Now (LRN).  As the name suggest, this web site is devoted to legal reform, and LRN is definitely concerned about the dominance of lawyers in American … Continue reading

Posted in Book Review, Laws, multi-part post

PWC School Board Report – Highlights from the Meeting on February 21, 2007

The interesting part of this meeting turned out to be Citizen Comments.  Nonetheless, we will begin with the Musical Presentation.

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The Democrats are Trying to Shutup Conservatives Again

“To compel a man to furnish funds for the propagation of ideas he disbelieves and abhors is sinful and tyrannical.“  — Thomas Jefferson Here we go again.  GOTV has a simple post.  It points to Congressman Congressman Maurice Hinchey’s web … Continue reading

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They Passed a Transportation Bill? Will the Governor Sign it?

Here is a brief excerpt from one of the warriors in the General Assembly’s budget battles over transportation spending.  From L. Scott Lingamfelter, Delegate, 31st District, “Lingamfelter Report” (February 24, 2007 edition). The House vote was as follows: 64 Yes; … Continue reading

Posted in infrastructure