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Officer Yung– End of Watch

January 5th, 2013 4 comments

Officer Chris Yung, Rest in Peace.
Thank you for your service to Prince William County.

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End of watch means the officer died while on duty.  It’s referred to as a Line of Duty Death.

Police Week is held annually in May to honor those killed in the line of
duty during the past year.  Officer Yung will be added to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial this May.

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Officer Chris Yung  is the third PWCPD officer to be killed in the line of duty.  Officer Paul White was killed in an automobile accident in 1973,  Officer Mike Pennington was killed by gunfire in 1990.

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Fox Business insults the Romney voters

January 5th, 2013 13 comments

Fox News accidentally insults the intelligence of every Mitt Romney voter in the country.
ELECTION 2012.

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It appears that a correlation has been made where none exists.

For example, plenty of West Virginians have a college education. The problem is, they leave. Why? Depressed economy. The jobs are limited. However, all West Virginians seem to head back there to retire or spend their final years. I expect the same situation exists in many of these other states.

Now…Indiana? all bets are off. Not a big fan of the Hoosier State.

I am leery of any study that tries to correlate intelligence ass a demographic. Most of my Republican friends appear highly intelligent. But…and here’s the caveat….I believe very much in multiple intelligence theory.

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‘The Birthright Citizenship Act of 2013′ –No more ‘anchor’ babies?

January 5th, 2013 20 comments

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anchor baby (definition):  is a pejorative term for a child born in the United States to immigrant parents, who, as an American citizen, supposedly can later facilitate immigration for relatives.  (wikipedia)

Huffingtonpost.com:

According to the 14th Amendment, “All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside.” But [Rep. Steve]King argues that was not meant to include children of undocumented immigrants.

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