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Friday ‘Grass

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Abortion Barbie’s Sordid Tale

Legal Insurrection has a post debunking the myth behind Wendy Davis, the pink soled crusader for baby killers in Texas, who now wants to be governor. Davis famously filibustered the Texas legislature while it was debating a bill that would have outlawed late term abortions. This was about the time that Kermit Gosnel, the one […]

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Old Waterloo Bridge Closed

Driving into work this morning, I saw the Road Closed sign at the Old Waterloo Bridge. The Virginia Department of Transportation has been threatening to close the bridge and today they did it. According to the Fauquier Times: The one-lane Waterloo Bridge linking Fauquier and Culpeper Counties will close Wednesday. Engineers from the Virginia Department […]

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Standards, or Not

As the saying goes, if it weren’t for double standards, they’d have no standards at all. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is a well known political thug. Some on the right see him as presidential timber. While I appreciated the way he stood up to the teachers union and other entrenched government sponging interests in […]

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The Left Tries to Silence Conservatives

Don’t know what it is about the business billionaire Koch brothers that drives the left nuts. These two men managed dozens of hugely successful businesses that employ thousands and provide Americans with a ton of goods and services. One of the latest crusades by leftist moonbats against the Kochs is over the money they donate […]

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Possible Waterloo Bridge Closing

The Culpeper Star-Exponent reported yesterday that the Virginia Department of Transportation may close the Waterloo Bridge on the Culpeper and Fauquier County line while it tries to figure what needs to be done to repair the structure.  The Waterloo Bridge, which spans Culpeper and Fauquier counties, was built in 1879 and rebuilt in 1918-19. The […]

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Waterloo Bridge Update

Someone on Facebook is reporting that apparently the Virginia Department of Transportation is planning to abandon the old Waterloo Bridge across the Rappahannock River and connecting Fauquier and Culpeper counties. Sounds like that unless some private group takes over maintenance of the bridge as a historical site open to pedestrians only, VDOT will tear the […]

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WaPo Promotes Graphic Novel Extolling a Racist

I’m often amazed by the lengths to which those on the left will go to sanitize their idols. For instance, in a story last week in The Washington Post “THE TRIAL BALLOON: O teachers, after a banner year for graphic novels, don’t ban these books,” writer Michael Cavna lists several graphic novels that he thinks […]

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