Monthly Archives: August 2003

California – The New “Job Free Zone” Normally I don’t read Ann Coulter. Anyone who describes themselves as a polemicist and revels in it should be immediately questioned. But I couldn’t resist reading this piece on how sitting Democratic Governor … Continue reading

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Just Say No to Cold Showers Which is exactly what I did this morning thanks to Columbia Gas, which came to the new place promptly at 10:00am to hook up the gas for the water heater. Yep, for the past … Continue reading

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MOVING STILL!!! Well, I have returned for the moment. We should be getting a cable modem hooked up sometime in the forseeable future, but for now I am winging it. The new place looks nice, boxes are being unpacked, and … Continue reading

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Stafford Supervisor Puts Politics Ahead of Education? Now I consider myself to be a fairly seasoned political type. So when I see a letter to the editor that reads like this, my ears perk up a little: My son represented … Continue reading

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Fredericksburg City Council Announces Capital Plan More from the “do-nothing” City Council. . . A new police station, renovations to Maury School and finishing the Dixon Street recreation center top the list of capital projects the Fredericksburg City Council plans … Continue reading

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MOVING! Yep, this weekend we will be making the move from Fredericksburg to Spotsylvania County. I resigned as Fredericksburg GOP Chairman on Wednesday and handed the gavel over to former MWC College Republican Chairman Matt Huerl who will fill out … Continue reading

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Massive Blackout Hits Northeast Cities Not that anyone is going to be able to read this thanks to the blackout, but we’ll note it anyway. . . Mike Saltzman, a spokesman for New York Power Authority, a state-owned utility in … Continue reading

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It’s a F.A.C.T. – Rename Yourselves O.M.I.F. That’s right, on the very day that Fredericksburg Area Citizens for Truth (FACT) emerged on the city politics scene, two articles come out in the paper – one on a Memorandum of Understanding … Continue reading

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Gary Thompson Resigns as Virginia GOP Chairman Gary Thompson pled guilty to a misdemeanor charge yesterday as part of the fallout from the Matricardi wiretapping scandal and resigned shortly thereafter: In a prepared statement, Thomson said he “was not aware … Continue reading

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Expecting the Catholic Exodus: Catholics in the Democratic Party Sounds like the title of a research paper, but why write all of that when a simple commentary from The Hill’s editor-in-chief Hugo Gordon will do. Posting this article in its … Continue reading

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