Just because we see something on TV or in a newspaper does not mean we know the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. Fact is that we have not been told the entire truth about how George Floyd died. Here we have an EXCLUSIVE: Police bodycam footage shows moment-by-moment arrest of George Floyd... Continue Reading →
In CAN WE TRUST THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) STATISTICS? — PART 1 we considered the overall problem of trusting the Coronavirus (COVID-19) statistics. Here we will look at a specific issue. How much can we trust that death rate number? We don't know who has had COVID-19. Uncounted millions had COVID-19 symptoms, but no positive test (msn.com). Experts... Continue Reading →
Congressional Districts Map (from here)
What is the point of this post? Traditionally, voters start paying attention in September. However, if you have a preferred candidate, you may wish to send them donations or volunteer to help them now. If you don’t have a preferred candidate, it is time to do some research. Avoid the risk of too little too late. We all need to do our best to get our guy elected.
Who are the candidates for Virginia’s 10th Congressional District?
Congresswoman Jennifer Wexton (Wexton’s campaign website) represents Virginia’s 10th Congressional District (govtrack.us), and she is running to keep the seat. She is the Democratic Party’s nominee. Note: Wexton has both official and campaign versions of her accounts on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. BallotPedia provides links (see Jennifer Wexton) to these accounts and additional information.
Aliscia Andrews won the Republican Party’s nomination in a four…
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School closed by the Coronavirus (COVID-19)
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Virtual education is the only option being offered for most students in Prince William County beginning in September through October 31. But that’s not where it needs to stop.
After schools closed in March, many families discovered they could manage education at home and want to continue with an alternative to PWC virtual classes. You prefer to decide what your kids learn and how the material is presented.
Many variations are available for parents or grandparents to provide for their children. Each resource has a unique approach to your needs as a teaching parent and your learning students. Check each of them until you are comfortable with moving forward by following the mix that works for you. Remember: when you go through a buffet, no two plates look exactly the same when you sit down to eat. Your choices…
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