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That's what Cohen says he is now, particularly for his own children.
Yes, Charlottesville is sorely in need of some civility. Are we there yet? No. And until we are, Charlottesville and Albemarle would do well not to market themselves as if we are.
We are about tofind out whetherDemocrats meant it when they lamented the loss of civility in Washington. Having won the majority in the
After eight years of stagnation and disheartening unemployment, the employment rate is significantly higher than it was 10 years ago. Especially noteworthy is that unemployment levels for African-Americans and Hispanics are at historic lows. The economy is booming.
Charlottesville Mayor Nikuyah Walker recently said, “[M]eetings have been very civil in the past. The results of those meetings have been complete disasters for people’s lives in the area, especially if you were black and low income.” I am inclined to agree with the second sentence. But just because the meetings were civil and the results were bad does not mean that civility caused the bad results.
October 2018 finds this country as polarized as I have ever seen it in my 80-plus years in Congressional District 7, as well as in the whole country.
We need to have people in Congress who can agree to disagree without being disagreeable. Sen. Tim Kaine (running for re-election) and Abigail Spanberger (House of Representatives candidate) represent that positive mindset and can help build bridges leading to positive accomplishments.
From July 12 18, 2018
The April 2 Charlottesville City Council meeting was yet another reminder of the turbulent time we are amidst. There are issues of grave impor…