• To the Editor: Comstock fights Human Trafficking

    To the Editor: Comstock fights Human Trafficking0

    Living in Loudoun County is such a mixed blessing.  My kids and I have a nice lifestyle. My wife and I have owned and operated successful small businesses for over 27 years, live in a safe neighborhood, and we enjoy terrific museums just 30 miles east of us.  All in all, we have a good,

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  • To the Editor: Comstock has Delivered for Tech Industry

    To the Editor: Comstock has Delivered for Tech Industry0

    • LTEs
    • September 29, 2016

    Technology is everywhere in Loudoun County, and we need leaders who understand how technology and the economy of our region are intertwined.  Congresswoman Barbara Comstock has a record of working extensively with our business and technology communities. Barbara served on the Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC), and has been a leader in supporting technology and

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  • To the Editor: Comstock, Seniors and Identity Theft

    To the Editor: Comstock, Seniors and Identity Theft0

    Americans are confronted with a myriad of scams that attempt to steal our hard-earned money and identity. Scammers’ attention in the last couple years has shifted to elderly Americans receiving Medicare because of the ease of swiping social security numbers from government-distributed cards. Seniors deserve our privacy to be protected and for government resources to

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  • To the Editor: Comstock’s bipartisanship will help homeowners

    To the Editor: Comstock’s bipartisanship will help homeowners0

    For the past 43 years, my husband and I have lived and raised our family in Loudoun County.  We started in a townhouse in Sugarland Run, moved to a single family house there, and eventually found ourselves in CountrySide.  All these homes were in homeowners association communities.  Over the years, our taxes and homeowners dues

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  • To the Editor: Disability Employment Issues Deserve Attention

    To the Editor: Disability Employment Issues Deserve Attention0

    By Linda Bailey. National Disability Employment Awareness Month, held each October, is a national campaign that raises awareness about disability employment issues and celebrates the many and varied contributions of America’s workers with disabilities. Held annually, the effort is led by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy, but its true spirit lies

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  • To the Editor: Barbara Comstock’s strong record on national defense

    To the Editor: Barbara Comstock’s strong record on national defense0

    By Geary Higgins. On Sept. 11, I attended three ceremonies throughout Loudoun County honoring and remembering those 2977 souls that we lost on that day of infamy.  Our Congresswoman, Barbara Comstock was also there at ceremonies in Lovettsville, Purcellville and Leesburg.   It reminded me that Barbara has been working on issues regarding the terrorist threats we face

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  • To the Editor: Greenway Alternatives Needed

    To the Editor: Greenway Alternatives Needed0

    By: Ron Meyer In an unanimous opinion handed down on September 8th, the Virginia Supreme Court affirmed the State Corporate Commission’s (SCC’s) decision to sustain an increase in the Dulles Greenway tolls. This unfortunate decision should be another call to action for our local elected officials to move as quickly as possible to build local

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  • To the Editor: Crime Commission Should Present Both Sides

    To the Editor: Crime Commission Should Present Both Sides0

    • LTEs
    • September 12, 2016

    The Loudoun Crime Commission (LCC) says that its members “dedicate and volunteer their time for a better and safer community.” So it was surprising that LCC chair Richard Claar invited Frank Gaffney to address the group on September 9. Gaffney is a well-known Muslim-hater who promotes conspiracy theories arguing that American Muslims are trying to

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