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    EDITORIAL: The perfect flip-flop
    Borrowing an 18th century aphorism from a French philosopher – don’t let the perfect be the enemy of the good – Loudoun County supervisors have made a bad decision about a 21st century problem.
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    EDITORIAL: The reporter and the chicken thief
    A reporter is to a politician what a barking dog is to a chicken thief.
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    EDITORIAL: Baking soda
    How much will the Silver Line cost Loudoun taxpayers?
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    EDITORIAL: Riding side-saddle into the future
    Given the crazed loyalties for “our” professional football team you’d think the buzz this weekend would have been about the governor’s plan to build a football stadium for the Redskins in Loudoun County.
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    EDITORIAL: Runaway train
    A runaway train is heading straight toward Loudoun County. It’s called the Silver Line.
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    EDITORIAL: When law enforcement is more than a matter of faith
    Last Sunday, former members of Calvary Temple returned to the church they once called home. Rather than driving their vehicles into the half-empty church lot off of Tripleseven Road in Sterling, they parked their vehicles on the side of the road, gathered across the street from the church and waved signs protesting tactics by church leaders that, they said, resulted in the sexual and physical abuse of minors, kidnapping, brainwashing, coercion, divorce and the break-up of families.
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    The women in the room
    Secrets to belonging and making history
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    EDITORIAL: The tragic flaw
    In literature, the failing of character that brings about the downfall of a hero is called the tragic flaw. It unfolds with an error or flaw that takes a protagonist through a chain of events that leads to ruin or sorrow.
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    EDITORIAL: Conduct the public’s business in public
    FOIA exemptions excuse closed-door governance
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    EDITORIAL: Diversity must come out from the shadows
    The Town of Leesburg is considering a bold step that addresses a sensitive issue.
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    EDITORIAL: How would you spend $2 billion
    Two billion dollars.
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    EDITORIAL: State song is off-key
    Tone-deaf legislators should tune to music from this century.
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    EDITORIAL: The bellwether and the bubble
    A crew from a German television network, an affiliate of CNN, came to Loudoun County and the Times-Mirror this week to better understand America.
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    EDITORIAL: Extracting signals from noise
    The arrival of the new year has brought Loudoun County to its favorite sport: politics. The longtime chairman of the county’s Board of Supervisors has announced he will not seek re-election. Leesburg’s popular mayor says she’ll challenge the supervisor who represents the town on the board. A former deputy is challenging the embattled sheriff.
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    EDITORIAL: New year requires new approach to region’s economy
    The new year brings new leadership to Washington as well as a new challenge to the region’s economy.
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