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I grew up half of my life in Jacksonville, Florida, and the other half in Northern Virginia.
My dad is a retired Navy Captain and he and my mom give me hope for the world because they share true love. I had a typical childhood, but suffered severe bullying. For years, I hated myself and I believed everything they said about me. Those deep wounds, now scars, made me the resilient person you see today. To those bullies, I want to say, “Thank you.” You taught me compassion and you made me so incredibly strong.
I graduated from George Mason University, with honors, in criminal justice. Despite my strong performance in school, I was one of those millennials who could not find a job. So, I started walking dogs for money. After months of picking up dog’s droppings — and I will say there is no shame in an honest day’s labor — I saw my friends posting about their careers on Facebook.
Determined not to be a failure, I applied to a temp agency.. For the next year, I worked for Alexandria City Public Schools and was eventually hired full-time by ACPS. In 2012, President Obama was re-elected and the rest is history.
I am a dog walker turned Republican activist, who is on a mission to re-elect President Trump in 2020.
Reposted with permission from Corey Stewart for US Senate
Jeff Dove, candidate for Congressional District VA-11, speaking at the FCRC July 17 meeting. Visit http://www.doveforcongress.com to learn about Jeff’s dynamic proposals for Virginians, to donate and to volunteer!
You’ve seen him on television frequently commenting about the Mueller investigation of Donald Trump, the media’s coverage of that investigation, plus other controversial investigative stories. Now listen to a first-hand account of his investigative work at our July 17 FCRC meeting.
John Solomon Biography. John Solomon is an award-winning investigative journalist and respected digital entrepreneur, who serves as Executive Vice President of The Hill newspaper in Washington. In the past 18 months, he has broken major investigative stories, including…
Videos of Sharon Bulova’s Community Review Committee 7/9 Meeting: School Resource Officer Memorandum of Understanding
These videos recorded the Community Review Committee Meeting on School Resource Officer Memorandum of Understanding. The meeting was conducted on July 9, 2018, at the Government Center, Room 232. No public notice was provided announcing the meeting.
Comments from Committee members had previously been submitted before the July 9 meeting. Chairman Bulova’s office had rewritten and merged those comments into a new document, which was presented to the Committee and public for the first time at the July 9 meeting (but not made available to the public). Relevant background documents include:
Former Virginia Attorney General and President of the Senate Conservatives Fund Ken Cuccinelli speaks at the June 19, 2018 FCRC Membership Meeting held at the NOVA Community College Annandale Campus.
Del. Tim Hugo (R, VA-40) speaks at June 19, 2018 Fairfax County Republican Committee Meeting
The School Safety Forum
For interested Fairfax residents who were unable to attend, FCRC recorded the speakers and panels at the June 25, 2018 School Safety in the Commonwealth Community Forum, presented by the Fairfax County Communities of Trust Committee in partnership with the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, Fairfax County Public Schools and the Fairfax County Police Department. The four videos are embedded below. Only a few questions were permitted at the end of the meeting, which you can view in Part 4 below, before the closing remarks by FCBS Chair Sharon Bulova.
The Internal Security Review
For background on the Fairfax County plans for school safety, see the FCPS press release on the Internal Security Review conducted by the Office of Safety and Security and presented …
By Ben Shapiro – June 18, 2018
Intersectionality is the newest fad in political activism. What is it? Who’s involved? And, what does it even mean? Nobody is better prepared to answer these questions than Daily Wire editor-in-chief and podcast sensation, Ben Shapiro. He breaks it all down in this invaluable…
Heather Mitchell spoke on behalf of Corey Stewart, a primary candidate for the Senate. See www.coreystewart.com