A place for civil discussion of the events of the day for Tidewater residents without the limitations imposed by media forums.
Author: Adam Green
A 24 year Navy vet, cancer survivor, father, grandfather, assistant caregiver for my live-in mother-in-law. Enjoys golf, football (real and fantasy), being the best grandfather I can, supporting the endeavors of my children (both involved in the education of our younger generations) and tormenting my wife of 34 years. Also prefer bourbon over scotch, but will drink both, just not at the same time. Discovering craft beers and trying trying hard to get to a consistent golf swing.
““Is it the case then that I will no longer be able to say if I hear my children swear … ‘If you swear, it’s a crime’?” asked state Sen. Jill Vogel, R-Fauquier, debating the bill Wednesday.”
And to Ms. Vogel, if you taught your kids better, maybe you wouldn’t have to threaten them with criminal prosecution. By the way, a “swear jar” is a good learning tool. And it can pay for a parent’s date night if hte kids are a real problem.