Monthly Archives: June 2008

Senator Ken Cuccinelli’s Analysis of the U.S. Supremes Gun Rights Decision

Bearing Drift (here) has already posted this email from Senator Ken Cuccinelli, but I think it is worth giving as many people as possible a chance to read it.  If you check Senator Ken Cuccinelli website, you will see he is well qualified … Continue reading

Posted in Constitution | 3 Comments

BETTER LATE THAN NEVER

I never cease to be amazed by what people will believe.  So it is with the arguments some people make against energy development.  One of the strangest arguments I have heard against drilling for oil is that we will not see … Continue reading

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WHAT DID GOD INTEND?

When was the Book of Job written?  All we know for certain is that it is ancient, written in a land and during a time when people thought differently about God.  The Book of Job is at least several thousand years ago.  Moses may have written … Continue reading

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THE JOY OF DEADLOCK

No man’s life, liberty, or property are safe while the legislature is in session. — Gideon J. Tucker To find money to spend on transportation infrastructure, Governor Tim Kaine called a Special Session of the General Assembly.  What is the governor’s plan to resolve the … Continue reading

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PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE – JUNE 23, 2008 MEETING HIGHLIGHTS

If the length of the meetings is any indication, our new chairman, Lyle Beefelt, is getting off to a good start.  The meeting lasted a little an over hour.  It allowed everyone to find out how the campaigns are doing … Continue reading

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