By THE BLUE AND GRAY EDITORIAL BOARD
The editorial staff of the Blue and Gray encourages you to vote in the November 6 election.
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By ESTER SALGUERO & IZZY BRIONES
Anticipation rose as University of Mary Washington students and residents of Fredericksburg filled the Chandler Ballroom, of the University Center Sunday night in anticipation for Green Party candidate, Jill Stein. With only a few rows of seats provided, many were left sitting on the floor.
By TESS OSMER
In 2012, the GOP released “The Growth and Opportunity Report,” in which the Republican Party noted its goals for the future of the party. “The GOP today is a tale of two parties,” it reads, “the gubernatorial wing,” which is “growing and successful” and the other, “the federal wing,” which is “increasingly marginalizing itself…”
A proverbial gun is set to go off; one that will cause chaos and mayhem all over the U.S. Or, it may actually only be a squirt gun that gets us all a little wet. When it comes to the upcoming sequester, there is a great deal of uncertainty about what is really going to happen.
The Media has been consumed with the ubiquitous debate over our nation’s looming fiscal cliff and the questions associated with it. What will happen on Jan. 1, 2013 if Washington cannot get a deal done?
While Halloween is right around the corner, the real tricks and treats will be a few days after for Krystal Ball and her opponent Representative Rob Wittman (VA-1), both of whom are vying for this districts representative seat.
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In the wake of the nation’s most controversial legislative move in years, one addendum to the bill was overlooked—until this week. The addendum to the current health care bill actually has nothing to do with health care and everything to …