McDonnell Opposes Mosque at Ground Zero
Webb Urges Senate Armed Services Meeting on JFCOM
Past JFCOM Leaders Could Help Fight Closure, Group Tells Nye
Retired Admiral Says to Focus on Military Not Jobs in JFCOM Debate
McDonnell Tries to Boost SWAM Procurement
McDonnell, Bolling Headline Rubio Fundraiser in Hanover
McDonnell Sets Up Council on Virginia Health Care
Feds Help Virginia with Health Insurance Oversight
Dozens in Chatham Turn Out for Perriello Town Hall
Golden Gets Seat at 2nd District Debate Table
Out-of-Staters Boost Revenue at UVA and W&M
Food City Race Night Returns to Downtown Bristol
Virginia Western CC Makes Room for In-Demand Science and Halth Programs
Blacksburg Mayor Urges School Board to Build 2 New High Schools
Schools Find Ways to Cope with Smaller Budgets
Lynchburg School Board to Consider Cell Phone, Fundraising Policies
Campbell Becomes Latest County to Request Drought Declaration
UVA Law Professor Says Sentencing in U.S. Too Extreme
C’Ville Cracks Down Again on Noise
Local Group Helping Cut Pollution at Bay
Shenandoah to Review Rural Areas Plan
Quotes about Kilpatrick
What struck me about the Washington Post obituary of James Kilpatrick is that he could collaborate on a book with his neighbor Eugene Mc Carthy, about as liberal a politician as they come.
He lived to be 89, and changed his mind on the central question of his earlier years: racial segregation.
I enjoyed his saying on an application for a job that he knew the streets of Philadelphia as well as he knew those of Paris: he had never seen either.
So, if the rest of us still objected to the Papists being allowed to have parishes all over Virginia and America — to allow them priests and nuns walk about freely, for Catholics worship freely — what would mean McDonnell and Cuccinelli would not have been allowed to run for office in Virginia? Be careful what you wish for Governor Bob and Dr. AG.
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