ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Fairfax County Supervisor Pat Herrity has a message for President Obama and those in the federal government — reimburse us for the more than $14 million it will cost in this school year for educating undocumented minors the feds placed with sponsors in Fairfax this year.
The American Civil Liberties Union and the Virginia Tea Party Patriots Federation discovered last weekend that they had more in common than what they thought. The two organizations joined together to host the 2014 Privacy Summit on the Virginia Commonwealth University campus to address local law enforcement’s use of ...
This article was originally published at Fairfax Free Citizen.
Amazingly enough, the Virginia Tea Party Patriots Federation (VTPPF) is collaborating with the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Virginia on legislative approaches to the protection of citizens’ privacy. The ACLU website cites cell phone tracking, automatic license plate readers, and drone surveillance as examples of threats to Virginians’ privacy.
People like Mark Warner. I like Mark Warner. I once participated in a town hall teleconference call of his. He came across as open-minded, willing to listen to other points of view. A Republican delegate in the General Assembly when Warner was governor said that he was very friendly and easy to work with.