• To the Editor: Bennett Wrong on Cost of Obamacare0

    • LTEs
    • October 25, 2016

    Our representative in Congress, Barbara Comstock, has my vote come November 8. Her voting record of helping small businesses has earned her the NFIB endorsement. She has voted to roll back the Obama Administration’s Overtime Rule, which has bipartisan opposition in both the business and academic sectors. She was instrumental in passing a 5-year transportation

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  • To the Editor: Comstock backs school choice0

    • LTEs
    • October 25, 2016

    As a mother, I support school choice. I believe in unique educational opportunities for all children. No two children are the same, so they shouldn’t be forced into a one-size-fits-all education box. Parents should be given the opportunity to craft an approach to education that works for their child. For some, that may mean public

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  • To the Editor: Inova Ladies Board Thanks Community

    To the Editor: Inova Ladies Board Thanks Community0

    • LTEs
    • October 24, 2016

    Thank you, Loudoun County and beyond, for making the 78th Annual Ladies Board Rummage Sale another record-setting success.  With over $282,000 in gross sales, we are so grateful for the generosity of spirit and gifts from Loudoun County and throughout the region. A volunteer described this event at Morven Park Equestrian Center as the “ultimate

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  • To the Editor: Comstock’s for Small Business0

    • LTEs
    • October 18, 2016

    I recently attended the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce 10th District Congressional Debate between Congresswoman Barbara Comstock and challenger Luann Bennett.  I work at a small business and the differences I observed between the two could not be more evident.  On issue after issue, from rolling back harmful overregulation that is crippling small business growth

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  • To the Editor: Bennett and Clinton0

    • LTEs
    • October 18, 2016

    LuAnn Bennett wants to make this local congressional election about the top of the ticket.  How do I know this?  She displays little-to-no knowledge of the district she wishes to represent.  She offers no real policy solutions and has no real public service record. By contrast, Barbara Comstock wants to make this election about her constituents,

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  • To the Editor: Demand, Braess’ Paradox and Roads0

    • LTEs
    • October 11, 2016

    Building more roads will not necessarily ease traffic; we need a comprehensive look at our transportation options going forward. Now that the Virginia Supreme Court has weighed in on the Greenway, we have started to hear more on “alternatives” that include extending old roads and adding lanes to others. The truth is that these fixes

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