Monthly Archives: May 2010

In Remembrance

The late Argentinean writer Jose Narosky once said, “In war, there are no unwounded soldiers.”    Today we are remembering especially the ultimate sacrifice so many have made for the rest of us in this great country.  Our wish is … Continue reading

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Will Cantor stand against anti-Semitism if the anti-Semite is a Republican?

Here is a copy of the signed memorandum from Fred Malek to Nixon’s Chief of Staff (and later Lompoc Federal Prisoner) Bob Haldeman, domoting Jewish officials from “sensitive” positions at the Bureau of Labor Statistics.  This memo also assures President … Continue reading

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Seventh District Congressman ERIC CANTOR, met with Interior Secretary Ken Salazar in March specifically to promote offshore oil drilling.  Cantor has been promoting drilling in Virginia’s waters as soon as next year!   Has Cantor not heard of the BP catastrophe? … Continue reading

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Eric Cantor says he will listen-but it’s going to cost you!

Eric Cantor says he will listen-but it’s going to cost you! We should be thrilled Eric Cantor and his Republican colleagues are providing a platform for Americans to “speak out”.  However, our tax dollars are paying for it.  That’s right, … Continue reading

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Meet Rick Waugh in Richmond this weekend!

There are two events this Memorial Day weekend to give you the opportunity to meet Rick in person. Spread the word and bring friends.  Both events are free and open to the public. This is your chance to make a … Continue reading

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Why won’t Cantor make a statement on Title 2?

Even if we are very generous with our friend Eric Cantor, his position on the Civil Rights Act of 1964 seems reluctant at best.   He STILL has not bothered to come out and personally correct his statement from last week’s … Continue reading

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Virginia’s government has no place for anti-Semitism

Fred Malek is now the chairman of Bob McDonnell’s Governor’s Commission on Government Reform and Restructuring.  Governor McDonnell established this commission just after taking office in January.  Obviously, it was an important part of his agenda.  However, one must question … Continue reading

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