Home in Henderson http://homeinhenderson.com News and views from the heart of Vance County, N.C. Tue, 21 Oct 2014 07:15:09 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Middle and High School News October 20-24, 2014 http://homeinhenderson.com/2014/10/21/news/education/middle-and-high-school-news-october-20-24-2014/ http://homeinhenderson.com/2014/10/21/news/education/middle-and-high-school-news-october-20-24-2014/#respond Tue, 21 Oct 2014 04:03:32 +0000 http://homeinhenderson.com/?p=61966  

VANCE COUNTY SCHOOLS

 

WEEKLY SCHOOL NEWS

 

Volume 3, Issue 10

A Publication for Middle and High Schools

October 20-24, 2014

 
   

The MISSION of Vance County Schools is to be committed to educating all students

to prepare them for lifelong learning and productive citizenship.

 

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 
 

  Flu vaccines will be administered to all interested school system employees and

  retirees from 1:30 to 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 21, in the Board Room of the

  Administrative Services Center. Those participating should bring their insurance cards

  and their school ID badges or another form of identification.

 

 

 

  End of the nine-week grading period at middle schools on Monday, October 27.

 

 

SCHOOL EVENTS FOR THE WEEK

 
 

Southern Vance High: (Monday, October 20) – Student pictures taken. Leadership Team meeting at 3:30 p.m.

   
 

Western Vance High: (Monday, October 20) – School Improvement Team meeting at 3 p.m.

   
 

STEM Early High: (Monday, October 20) – Staff development session entitled, “Strategy for Hope,” at 3 p.m.

   
 

Southern Vance High: (Tuesday, October 21) – Selected students in the ninth, 10th and 11th grades visit the N.C. State Fair in Raleigh

   
 

Eaton-Johnson Middle: (Wednesday, October 22) – Eighth graders attend anti-bullying presentation in gym at 8:05 a.m.

   
 

Southern Vance High: (Wednesday, October 22) – Faculty meeting at 3:30 p.m.

   
 

Eaton-Johnson Middle: (Thursday, October 23) – Seventh graders attend anti-bullying presentation in gym at 8:05 a.m.

   
 

Southern Vance High: (Thursday, October 23) – Selected students in the 10th and 12th grades visit the N.C. State Fair in Raleigh. Presentations by representatives of the Peace Corps during each class period in the Drama Room.

   
 

Eaton-Johnson Middle  (Friday, October 24) – Sixth graders attend anti-bullying presentation in gym at 8:05 a.m.

   

 

 

UPCOMING SCHOOL EVENTS

 

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Monday, October 27: Interim Progress Reports distributed at Northern Vance, Southern Vance and Western Vance high schools

 

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Tuesday, October 28: ACT PLAN test given to all sophomores in high schools

 

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Friday, October 31: Student pictures at STEM Early High

 

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Friday, October 31: End of second six-week grading period at Early College High

 

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Tuesday, November 4: Report cards distributed at Early College High

 

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Wednesday, November 5: Report cards distributed at middle schools

 

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Monday, November 10: Teacher workday, except at Early College High. No school for students.

 

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Tuesday, November 11: Veteran’s Day holiday. All schools and school system offices are closed.

 

 

 

ATHLETIC EVENTS
Northern Vance and Southern Vance Football Admission is $6.00.

Volleyball and Soccer Admission is $5.00. Admission for Tennis and Cross Country is free.

Eaton-Johnson and Henderson Middle Football Admission is $5.00.

Volleyball and Soccer Admission is $4.00

 
 

ACADEMICS FIRST…ATHLETICS SECOND

 

Monday
(Oct. 20, 2014)

Tuesday
(Oct. 21, 2014)

Wednesday
(Oct. 22, 2014)

Thursday
(Oct. 23, 2014)

Friday
(Oct. 24, 2014)

 

 

MEN’S SOCCER

 

NVHS

Away

Northwood

6 p.m.

 

SVHS

Away

South Granville

6 p.m.

 

VOLLEYBALL

 

EJMS

Home

Hawley

4:15 p.m.

 

HMS

Away

Cedar Creek

4:15 p.m.

 

 

 

FOOTBALL

 

HMS

Home

Bunn

5 p.m.

 

SOCCER

 

EJMS

Away

Hawley

4:30 p.m.

 

HMS

Away

Terrell Lane

4:15 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

 

FOOTBALL

 

EJMS

Away

Northern Granville

5 p.m.

 

MEN’S SOCCER

 

NVHS

Away

J.F. Webb

6 p.m.

 

SVHS

Home

Franklinton

6 p.m.

 

 

 

 

JUNIOR VARSITY

FOOTBALL

 

SVHS

Home

Warren County

6 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

FOOTBALL

 

NVHS

Away

Northwood

7 p.m.

 

SVHS

Away

Warren County

7 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you have a school event and would like to have it added to the Weekly School News email,

send the information to Terri Hedrick, public information officer, at thedrick@vcs.k12.nc.us.

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hours of operation will be posted at DuPont State Recreational Forest starting Nov. 2 http://homeinhenderson.com/2014/10/21/tourism/hours-of-operation-will-be-posted-at-dupont-state-recreational-forest-starting-nov-2/ http://homeinhenderson.com/2014/10/21/tourism/hours-of-operation-will-be-posted-at-dupont-state-recreational-forest-starting-nov-2/#respond Tue, 21 Oct 2014 04:03:29 +0000 http://homeinhenderson.com/?p=61968 CEDAR MOUNTAIN – DuPont State Recreational Forest staff will be instituting hours of operation on Nov. 2. The forest will be open from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.

Hours will be posted at each of the DSRF access areas: High Falls, Hooker Falls, Corn Mill Shoals, Fawn Lake, Lake Imaging and Guion Farm.

Only forest employees and authorized persons will be allowed within the forest between closing and opening hours except under permit.

DSRF will offer permits for legitimate use of the forest after hours. Requests for permits may be submitted through the DSRF website or by email to afterhours.dsrf@ncagr.gov.

As with any permitted activity, the volume of permits issued will be based on available staff resources and observed impacts to the forest. The permit will be free of charge and must be displayed on vehicles parking at access areas and various trail entrances. The after-hours permit will allow for up to four people to use the forest, as long as they remain in a group during the permitted activity. The most current version of the DSRF after-hours policy can be found at http://ncforestservice.gov/dsrf/contacts.

There will be an introductory period between Nov. 2 and Jan. 1 in which the enforcement of the policy will be primarily through education and verbal warnings. After the introductory period, the N.C. Forest Service and local law enforcement will fully enforce the hours of operation. Violations can result in expulsion from the forest and a citation for a Class III misdemeanor.

To learn more about DuPont State Recreational Forest, visit http://ncforestservice.gov or call the forest at 828-877-6527.

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Elementary School News October 20-24, 2014 http://homeinhenderson.com/2014/10/21/news/education/elementary-school-news-october-20-24-2014/ http://homeinhenderson.com/2014/10/21/news/education/elementary-school-news-october-20-24-2014/#respond Tue, 21 Oct 2014 04:03:11 +0000 http://homeinhenderson.com/?p=61970

VANCE COUNTY SCHOOLS

   

 

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NEWS

 

Volume 2 Issue 10                          October 20-24, 2014

     

The MISSION of Vance County Schools is to be committed to educating all students

to prepare them for lifelong learning and productive citizenship.

 

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

 

Flu vaccines will be administered to all interested school system employees and retirees from 1:30 to 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday in the Board Room of the Administrative Services Center. Those participating should bring their insurance cards and their school ID badges or another form of identification.

 

End of the first nine-week grading period on Monday, October 27.

 

SCHOOL EVENTS FOR THIS WEEK

 

Dabney Elementary: (Monday, October 20) – Faculty meeting at 3:15 p.m.

 

Carver Elementary: (Tuesday, October 21) – Ident-A-Kid sessions for students

 

L.B. Yancey Elementary: (Tuesday, October 21) – All second graders attend Save Our Kids water safety session at the Henderson Family YMCA in the afternoon.

 

E.O. Young Jr. Elementary: (Tuesday, October 21) – Ident-A-Kid at 9 a.m. All second graders attend Save Our Kids water safety session at the Aycock Recreation Complex. Girls on the Run session from 3:15 to 4:15 p.m.

 

Zeb Vance Elementary: (Tuesday, October 21) – Girls on the Run session from 3:15 to 4:15 p.m.

 

Aycock Elementary: (Wednesday, October 22) – Girls on the Run session from 3 to 4:15 p.m.

 

Zeb Vance Elementary: (Wednesday, October 22) – Ident-A-Kid sessions for students beginning at 1 p.m.

 

Aycock Elementary: (Thursday, October 23) – Candy Man Main Event and limousine ride. Girls on the Run session from 3 to 4:15 p.m.

 

E.O. Young Jr. Elementary: (Thursday, October 23) – Girls on the Run session from 3:15 to 4:15 p.m.

 

Zeb Vance Elementary: (Thursday, October 23) – Girls on the Run session from 3:15 to 4:15 p.m.

 

UPCOMING SCHOOL EVENTS

 

Monday, October 27: Ranch Bingo for Books at L.B. Yancey Elementary

 

Monday, October 27-Friday, October 31: Observance of Red Ribbon Week in some schools

 

Monday, October 27-Friday, October 31: Wild Wild West Week at L.B. Yancey Elementary

 

Tuesday, October 28: Principal’s Breakfast at New Hope Elementary

 

Tuesday, October 28: Texas Tuesday Reading and PBIS Celebration at L.B. Yancey Elementary

 

Tuesday, October 28: Girls on the Run session from 3:15 to 4:15 p.m. at E.O. Young Jr. Elementary

 

Tuesday, October 28: Girls on the Run session from 3:15 to 4:15 p.m. at Zeb Vance Elementary

 

Wednesday, October 29: Girls on the Run session from 3 to 4:15 p.m. at Aycock Elementary

 

Wednesday, October 29: Principal’s Breakfast at Carver Elementary

 

Wednesday, October 29: Gallop Vocabulary Walk at L.B. Yancey Elementary

 

Wednesday, October 29: Fall picture make-up day at E.O. Young Jr. Elementary

 

Thursday, October 30: Kindergarten students visit Pumpkin Farm at Aycock Elementary. First graders have AR Reward swimming activity at Aycock Recreation Center from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. Girls on the Run session from 3 to 4:15 p.m.

 

Thursday, October 30: TRU Crew students visit with all fifth graders at 10 a.m. at Clarke Elementary

 

Thursday, October 30: Cowboy Line Dancing at L.B. Yancey Elementary

 

Thursday, October 30: Girls on the Run session from 3:15 to 4:15 p.m. at E.O. Young Jr. Elementary

 

Thursday, October 30: Girls on the Run session from 3:15 to 4:15 p.m. at Zeb Vance Elementary

 

Friday, October 31: Second graders have AR Reward swimming activity at Aycock Recreation Center from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. at Aycock Elementary

 

Friday, October 31: Deadline for Accelerated Reader data at New Hope Elementary

 

Friday, October 31: Saddle Up Book Character Parade at L.B. Yancey Elementary

 

Friday, October 31: Special Rewards for students in all grades at E.O. Young Jr. Elementary

 

Wednesday, November 5: Report cards are distributed

 

Monday, November 10: Teacher workday. No school for students.

 

Tuesday, November 11: Veteran’s Day holiday. All schools and school system offices are closed.

 

 

 

 

 

If you have a school event and would like to have it added to the Elementary School News email,

send the information to Terri Hedrick, public information officer, at thedrick@vcs.k12.nc.us.

   

 

 

 

 

 

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Tuesday Open Line http://homeinhenderson.com/2014/10/21/quick-hits/open-lines/tuesday-open-line-157/ http://homeinhenderson.com/2014/10/21/quick-hits/open-lines/tuesday-open-line-157/#respond Tue, 21 Oct 2014 04:01:38 +0000 http://homeinhenderson.com/?p=61972 An invention was demonstrated on this date in 1879 that lit the way for a dramatic change in the rhythm of Americans’ daily lives. At his Menlo Park, New Jersey laboratory, Thomas Edison set up the first incandescent light bulb, which burned for almost 14 hours. Within a few years, some cities had installed electric streetlights. The number of homes across the U.S. with electricity grew steadily, but even in 1940, more than one-in-five houses was without power. Today, there are over 10,000 electric power generating establishments. American homes on average use nearly 11,000 kilowatt hours of electricity each year. The national average bill for this power is just over $107 per month, but over $203 in Hawaii. Profile America is in its17th year as a public service of the U.S. Census Bureau.

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NC strawberry referendum to be held during Southeast Strawberry Expo in November http://homeinhenderson.com/2014/10/20/news/agriculture/nc-strawberry-referendum-to-be-held-during-southeast-strawberry-expo-in-november/ http://homeinhenderson.com/2014/10/20/news/agriculture/nc-strawberry-referendum-to-be-held-during-southeast-strawberry-expo-in-november/#respond Mon, 20 Oct 2014 04:03:59 +0000 http://homeinhenderson.com/?p=61954 RALEIGH — North Carolina strawberry growers will hold a referendum to decide whether to increase the current strawberry assessment during the Southeast Strawberry Expo in Pinehurst Nov. 17-19.

Started in 1989, the strawberry assessment is used to advance strawberry research and marketing to improve the industry. Dexter Hill, strawberry marketing specialist with the N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, says the funds are vital to research in the region.

“Funds collected through this assessment go directly to research and marketing efforts,” Hill said. “The funds also are leveraged with other resources, such as matching grants, to maximize their impact for the strawberry industry in North Carolina and throughout the Southeast.”

 The current assessment is $3 per 1,000 plants for all strawberry plants purchased for commercial fruit production, including plants that nurseries use for their own fruiting needs. At the referendum, growers will be asked to increase the assessment to $4 per 1,000 plants.

To be eligible to vote, a person must be at least 18 and currently raising strawberries for commercial production in North Carolina. Voters can be plant growers, fruit producers, tenant farmers, farm partners or farm managers. Growers can cast their ballot during the Southeast Strawberry Expo. A final count will be taken on Nov. 19.

Those unable to attend the expo may vote by absentee ballot. Growers wishing to vote by absentee ballot should visit www.ncstrawberry.com for a downloadable form. Absentee ballots can be mailed to N.C. Strawberry Association-Ballots, P.O. Box 2287, Apex, NC 27502, and must be received by Nov. 10.

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Vance County Board of Education Retreat October 22, 2014 http://homeinhenderson.com/2014/10/20/news/education/vance-county-board-of-education-retreat-october-22-2014/ http://homeinhenderson.com/2014/10/20/news/education/vance-county-board-of-education-retreat-october-22-2014/#comments Mon, 20 Oct 2014 04:03:57 +0000 http://homeinhenderson.com/?p=61939 The Vance County Board of Education Retreat October 22, 2014 at the Satterwhite Point Glass House.

Download the agenda here:  20141022_vcboe_retreat_agenda

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Vance County’s HR Committee to meet Monday, October 27, 2014 http://homeinhenderson.com/2014/10/20/news/county-business/vance-countys-hr-committee-to-meet-monday-october-27-2014/ http://homeinhenderson.com/2014/10/20/news/county-business/vance-countys-hr-committee-to-meet-monday-october-27-2014/#respond Mon, 20 Oct 2014 04:03:42 +0000 http://homeinhenderson.com/?p=61956 Vance County’s HR Committee is scheduled to meet Monday, October 27 at 12:00 noon to discuss the county manager search process.

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Handcrafted Holiday Market presented by the Vance County Regional Farmers Market November 22, 2014 http://homeinhenderson.com/2014/10/20/quick-hits/things-to-do/handcrafted-holiday-market-presented-by-the-vance-county-regional-farmers-market-november-22-2014/ http://homeinhenderson.com/2014/10/20/quick-hits/things-to-do/handcrafted-holiday-market-presented-by-the-vance-county-regional-farmers-market-november-22-2014/#respond Mon, 20 Oct 2014 04:03:26 +0000 http://homeinhenderson.com/?p=61948 The Vance County Regional Farmers Market will be hosting it’s inaugural Handcrafted Holiday Market, November 22nd from 8:00am to 3:00pm. Artisans & Crafters who are interested in having a booth are asked to please contact Tracy Madigan at (252)598-0814 or farmersmarket@vancecounty.org for an application. 

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Jr. Livestock Sale of Champions brings in $167,700 http://homeinhenderson.com/2014/10/20/news/agriculture/jr-livestock-sale-of-champions-brings-in-167700/ http://homeinhenderson.com/2014/10/20/news/agriculture/jr-livestock-sale-of-champions-brings-in-167700/#respond Mon, 20 Oct 2014 04:03:19 +0000 http://homeinhenderson.com/?p=61946 RALEIGH – The junior livestock grand and reserve grand champion steers, barrows, lambs, goats and turkeys were auctioned in the Sale of Champions on Saturday at the N.C. State Fair. Bidders paid a total of $167,700 for the top animals, the highest auction total ever.

“The State Fair’s livestock shows highlight some of the best animals and brightest kids in North Carolina,” said Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler. “The sponsors of this event recognize that our youth exhibitors are the future of agriculture in North Carolina, and I’m pleased to see them support scholarships and educational programs.”

The grand champion junior market steer was shown by Marty Wines, 18, of Leicester (Buncombe County). Harris Teeter placed the winning bid of $35,000. Wines also showed the N.C. Born and Bred champion steer, which was purchased by N.C. Farm Bureau, Farm Bureau Insurance, Jones & Cox Cattle Company, Carolina Stockyards, and Performance Livestock & Feed for $15,000.

The reserve grand champion was shown by Madison Boyd, 13, of Pinetown (Beaufort). Harris Teeter purchased the steer for $17,200.

Hunter McMillen, 7, of Grandy (Currituck) showed the grand champion barrow, purchased for $16,500 by the N.C. Pork Council. The N.C. Born and Bred champion barrow, sold for $11,000 to Smithfield Farmland, was shown by Ben Scott, 12, of Lucama (Wilson). The reserve grand champion was shown by Travis Cox, 8, of Richlands (Onslow). Hog Slat Inc. and Neese’s Country Sausage purchased the barrow for $8,000.

The grand champion junior market lamb was shown by Abigail Wilson, 11, of China Grove (Rowan). Powers Great American Midways purchased the lamb for $11,000. Powers Great American Midways and McBride Concessions purchased the reserve grand champion junior market lamb for $7,500 from Hailee Whitehurst, 11, of Hobgood (Edgecombe).

The grand champion N.C. Born and Bred lamb was shown by Maggie Williams, 14, of Farmville (Pitt). N.C. Farm Bureau and Farm Bureau Insurance purchased the animal for $9,000.

Joel Dahms, 16, of Bahama (Durham) showed the grand champion junior market meat goat, which was purchased by Farm Bureau Insurance for $11,000. The reserve grand champion and grand champion N.C. Born and Bred meat goat was shown by Zadock Jennings, 3, of Kenly (Johnston), which was purchased by Iron Horse Auction Company for $10,000.

Talley Farms purchased the grand champion turkey for $9,500, exhibited by Sophie Farlow of Sophia (Randolph). Grace Roper of Wendell (Wake) showed the reserve grand champion turkey, which was purchased by N.C. Farm Bureau and Farm Bureau Insurance for $7,000.

The youth receive 60 percent of the purchase amount, while the remaining 40 percent goes to support youth scholarships and livestock programs in North Carolina.

Following the auction of the grand and reserve grand champions, remaining junior livestock animals were sold in a truckload auction.

E.B. Harris of Warrenton r

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Congresswoman Renee Ellmers: Ebola Update: It’s Time for Travel Restrictions http://homeinhenderson.com/2014/10/20/press-release/nc/congresswoman-renee-ellmers-ebola-update-its-time-for-travel-restrictions/ http://homeinhenderson.com/2014/10/20/press-release/nc/congresswoman-renee-ellmers-ebola-update-its-time-for-travel-restrictions/#respond Mon, 20 Oct 2014 04:03:16 +0000 http://homeinhenderson.com/?p=61944

Photo of the Week:

During Thursday’s Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee Hearing on Ebola, I had the opportunity to hear first hand from many representatives and health agencies directly involved in combatting this disease. This hearing allowed for me to express my concerns about the response and preparedness efforts of health agencies both at home and abroad. I will continue to make this a top priority of mine and ensure Americans are safe.

 


Even though the beginning of this week started in the district, including a trip to Dart Corporation in Randleman and the “Life in Lee County” luncheon in Sanford, I’ve maintained my focus on the Ebola outbreak. I returned to Washington to participate in a hearing Thursday in the Energy and Commerce Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee, where we took time examining the U.S. Public Health response to the Ebola crisis. The more I learn about our government’s response, the more concerned and the less confident I am in many of those whose job it is to protect us from this epidemic.

If you were not able to watch the Ebola hearing, you can click here to view an excerpt in which I question Dr. Tom Frieden, the director of the CDC. Click here to see video of the full hearing which the Energy & Commerce Committee has posted.

Following the hearing I did several interviews on the unfolding Ebola situation, speaking on “Lou Dobbs Tonight,” “CNN Tonight,” and “The Steve Malzberg Show” on Newsmax. 

For more information about my position and the work I am doing on this issue, please read my op-ed in U.S. News & World Report. Be sure to let me know what you think about the U.S. response to the Ebola outbreak by taking my survey at the end of this newsletter.

In another op-ed this week, I spoke about the work that Republicans are doing in the areas mattering most to women and their families – the economy, education and jobs. As women are 52 percent of the United States’ voting electorate, I discussed ways the Republican Party could better reach and engage women in the political system.

It is my honor to represent the Second District and serve you in Congress. Please let me know if there is anything that I, or a member of my staff, can do for you. As always, feel free to contact my office in Asheboro, Dunn, or Washington if we can be of assistance.

 


Visiting Dart Corporation:

It was a pleasure visiting Dart Container Corporation in Randleman this week. Dart is known for manufacturing a wide array of single-use products for the food service industry, including foam cups and other items.

I was honored to accept the National Association of Manufacturers’ Award from Mike Martinez, who is with Dart’s corporate office in Atlanta. The NAM Award was presented to me for my voting record supporting the manufacturing industry.

 


Discussing the Need for Travel Restrictions:

I did several interviews this week regarding the Ebola outbreak and the hearing held by the Energy & Commerce Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee. This photo was snapped right before we aired live on Fox News.

 


Radio Interview with WPTF in Raleigh:

Last week, I was on the radio show “The Morning Drive” with Doug Kellett. I spoke about my letter to the CDC requesting the creation of new airport screening guidelines and the need for establishing an emergency quarantine protocol for airports with connecting flights from Africa into the United States. Click here to listen to that interview.

 


Video of the Week:


Click on the image above to watch the clip.

Congresswoman Ellmers Discusses the Need for Travel Restrictions
Lou Dobbs Tonight – Fox Business
Thursday, October 17, 2014

I appeared on the show “Lou Dobbs Tonight” to talk about the need for travel restrictions and my thoughts on  military presence in West Africa.

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