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  • Rate of Spending and Residential Growth is Hard to Defend0

    The following letter was sent to members of the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors on March 6. First, I want to thank Supervisor [Ralph] Buona for his leadership in not raising the salary for the Board two years ago.  The vote was largely symbolic since the increase wouldn’t have even dusted the surface of the budget,

  • To the Editor: Veteran Suicide

    To the Editor: Veteran Suicide1

    • LTEs
    • February 22, 2017

    Many veterans face extreme mental distress after serving our country. This distress manifests itself in many forms, such as severe depression, which tragically in some cases leads to suicide. Just last year, a study by the Department of Veterans Affairs found that roughly 20 veterans a day commit suicide. The problem of veteran suicide has become

  • To the Editor: Have the 60’s Come to Loudoun?0

    • LTEs
    • February 14, 2017

    One would hope, perhaps even wager that few of our future business leaders currently enrolled in Loudoun County’s Public Schools participated in this idiot student walkout Friday afternoon, apparently protesting President Trump’s crack down on immigration to the United States from certain violent countries.  Knowing a thing or two about business, I can tell you that