Monthly Archives: January 2010

DEFINITIONS OF HONOR — PART 3

This post continues where we left off in DEFINITIONS OF HONOR — PART 2.   Here we will discuss how we Americans define honor.  American Notions About Honor We all have an ideology of some sort.   Our ideology consists of our basic beliefs or guiding principles.  … Continue reading

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PORTRAITS OF HONOR — PART 1

Before I get into the content of this post, I would like to reference another blog.  Please see  Big Senate Vote Monday! Contact Your Senator! Now to the subject of this post.  When we elect a man or woman to high … Continue reading

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PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE – JANUARY 25, 2010 MEETING HIGHLIGHTS

It was the first meeting of 2010.  If the attendance was any indication, the Prince William County Republican Committee is getting off to a great start.     This month the PWCGOP held its meeting at the west end of the county in Gainesville Middle … Continue reading

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AN ARGUMENT FOR SCHOOL CHOICE

FOCUS ON THE OBJECTIVE at The Prince William and Manassas Family Alliance provides a bit wordy but nonetheless interesting argument for school choice.

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DEFINITIONS OF HONOR — PART 2

In FOR MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY, we considered how Alexis De Tocqueville defined honor in his famous book, Democracy in America.  In this post, we will consider how Tocqueville concluded the European aristocracy of the Middle Ages defined honor.  Let us begin by reviewing how … Continue reading

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