Frederick Should Stay

I hate when I have good friends on opposing sides of a bitter fight. But I’ve been around long enough to know that’s part of the price. Since I first learned from my friend Jim Hoeft at Bearing Drift that some members of the State Central Committee had formally asked Jeff Frederick to step down… Read More Frederick Should Stay

history, politics

Virginia Tea Parties

In 1767, the British Parliament adopted the plan offered by Charles Townshend, chancellor of the exchequer, to levy import duties on a range of items used in the American colonies, including paper, lead, glass, dyes, and tea. The American colonists were outraged. This was an attempt by the Parliament to tax them without their consent.… Read More Virginia Tea Parties