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Tyranny in our Schools

written by S. Chris Anders

Last night’s vote to infringe upon the individual rights of students and parents by the Loudoun County School Board is the latest example of tyranny by the government monopoly on education.

Both sides argued for individual rights and equality, in all insane topics, over what bathroom students are permitted to use.

In their anti-science stance, LGBTQ activists argued that any student should be able to use any bathroom they wish, regardless of sex.

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A Walk Down Memory Lane For Our K.W Board Of Supervisors

As we age obviously certain skill sets diminish, all of us do what we can to maintain cognitive levels, hoping nature and a good set of genes staves off the ravages of old age setting in. It is also why we maintain records, and on the King William T.E.A Party website we have from the archives of 2015 the Candidate Questionnaires. It is worth a return trip since the new Chair, Bill Hodges is settling in and the Board begins the process of digesting information to shape the 2018-19 County Budget. In the event that your scheduling demands won’t allow you to take that time to revisit the Questionnaire we decided to share with you some of the Jewels from the Candidates (now Supervisors) pledges they made in the effort to secure your precious vote.

Question# 12 seemed a good starting point. The question was “Has spending under the current Board been - Too high___ Too Low___ or Where it should be____

Hodges said it was Too High and so did Stephen Greenwood? Two years of their votes haven’t seemed to jell with that opinion, all things considered.

Question #1 Name 1 item you would specifically cut from the County Budget? Greenwood stated B.P.O.L Odd since he hasn’t done anything about eliminating the hated B.P.O.L tax… least for those of us not granted an exemption from paying it. If you own a business in King William and you pay it you might ask the 3rd District Supervisor just when he plans on acting on his promise, or perhaps ending the exemption for the privileged Oligarch Pals

Question #2 Should the B.O.S need additional revenue next year, where would you find it?…..Greenwood answered…. “Some sort of actual cut in spending”, leaving those of us who watch the out of control spending to ask ….WHEN?

Question # 3 Should the Board exert more pressure on the School budget, which Supervisor Greenwood answered YES. If you recall last year after the budget was approved within weeks the Board of Supervisors voted first …for an additional $75,000 to give the schools, THEN several weeks later the same Board voted YES to allow the schools to re-categorize several hundreds of thousands of dollar that were in the School Text Book fund (for buying ….you know—TEXT BOOKS), ONLY TO AUTHORIZE MUCH OF THE MONEY TO BE USED FOR PAY RAISES AND ADDITIONAL HIRING. Greenwood sure exerted some more pressure on that school spending –Heh.

Question # 7 Would you support a 2 year spending freeze? Once again Supervisor Greenwood answered YES. That answer must have slipped Greenwoods mind last May when he voted YES on a budget that actually increased 4.7% -----------Where are those spending cuts Sir?

Question #10 Name 2 items in the Budget that you consider non-essential? Greenwood responded Art’s Alive & the Airport Authority…..yet last year Greenwood actually INCREASED ART’S ALIVE’s BUDGET AND NEVER SAID A WORD ABOUT ELIMINATING THE TAXPAYER SUBSIDIES TO THE AIRPORT AUTHORITY?

Question #14 Why are you running for the Board? Greenwood’s response was (and this is a real laughter) “ I am running because the citizens wishes are not being listened to, I want to try once again to cut some spending

Our group believes elected officials should be held accountable for campaign pledges and promises they make when running for office. Maybe citizens might ask our new Chairman Bill Hodges and Supervisor Greenwood to explain the clear contradictions in what they said 28 months ago, and their actions the last 2 years.




The Democrats have finally joined the Tea Party. Now let's go after all those RICH FARMERS with FARM USE TAGS on their vehicles while equally hard working citizens pay thousands annually to license and insure their "work" trucks.

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Open Mic” fireworks at Tea Party meeting
King William, VA , April 11th 2019

Responding Thursday evening to the King William TEA Party's invitation to an “Open Mic” night for all candidates in local races, King William Supervisor Dave Hansen blasted the county's proposed budget for the coming fiscal year.

“It's nothing but a farce,” he said, “there's not a single cut and everything is going up.”

Throughout his first term representing the Manquin District, Hansen has been an outspoken critic of tactics used by what he calls “the usual three against two majority on the board” (Mangohick District Bob Ehrhart often votes with Hansen) to silence calls for spending restraint while generously funding a growing list of pet projects.

Pointing to “supplemental appropriations” quietly approved months after finalizing last year's budget, Hansen said “every singe one of the cut programs got their money back, everything they wanted.”

Hansen then focused attention on what he called lack of transparency for spending by the county's school system.

“King William schools used to have a Category system,” he said, “where the annual budget was divided into specific amounts to be spent on specific spending areas like salaries and transportation. But this was done away with by the previous board. Now, they get the whole appropriation and can spend it any way they want without oversight by the supervisors.”

Also accepting KWTP's invitation, Democrat Stan Scott, running for the Virginia Senate's 4th District seat, stepped forward bravely to state his positions on a variety of controversial issues.

“I'm an unabashed progressive,” he said, “but I want to listen to liberals, conservatives, in the middle, everyone...and I'm hoping you folks will ask me some tough questions.”

Smith quickly got his wish by having to defend Democratic Party positions on the gay agenda, gun control, illegal immigration, climate change, charter schools, and citizen referendums.

Smith's responses generally mirrored information posted on his website

(King William T.E.A. Party – Taxed Enough Already – does not endorse specific political candidates, but makes it a point to invite and host speakers presenting a wide variety of positions.

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King William, VA , March 14th 2019

Speaking to the King William TEA Party on Thursday evening, Hanover resident Scott Wyatt wasted no time in going after eight-term Virginia Delegate Chris Peace, a fellow Republican.

“Peace has outraged the conservative community with his recent vote joining Democrats to expand Medicaid in Virginia,” Wyatt said. “Paying for this will almost certainly mean higher taxes.”

Wyatt, who has served Hanover County as supervisor for the Cold Harbor district since 2015, said that the better alternative is private sector solutions like more choices and improving technology.

Noting criticism of Peace that he has heard from many residents of King William, Hanover and New Kent, Wyatt said that “Republicans in the 97th District want a representative who will fight against the push by Democrat liberals to grow government with unfunded mandates.”

A retired operations manager for Verizon, Wyatt emphasized the daily contacts he has with local citizens that help him understand the issues that are important. “My campaign is grass-roots. I'm not a career politician like Chris Peace and I won't be hanging out with lobbyists.”

Facing a series of pointed questions from the audience, Wyatt voiced support for regulatory reduction, tax simplification, school choice, open bidding for government contracts, election integrity, gun rights, and President Trump.

Then, what some saw as a degree of political inexperience, he said he would have more research on the issues of Referendum Reform, government-financed Broadband and reigning in local Economic Development Authorities.

Wyatt closed with a promise that if he's elected to Virginia's General Assembly, he will “vote no on tax increases and work to decrease taxes and spending.”

The Virginia Republican Party's Wyatt-Peace contest will be settled at an upcoming nominating convention.

Contact Scott Wyatt in Hanover at (804) 442-6895 or via e-mail at

(King William T.E.A. Party – Taxed Enough Already – does not endorse specific political candidates, but makes it a point to invite and host speakers presenting a wide variety of positions. )


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Tea Party Activists Celebrate 10th Anniversary

King William, VA, August 8th, 2019

Gathering at the Upper King William Library, long time members and supporters marked the 10th Anniversary of the King William T. E. A. Party.

Group founder Bob Shannon thanked the contributions of the grass-roots political movement's activists, some traveling from nearby counties to share in the celebration.

"This is a remarkable accomplishment to not only still be standing after 10 years, but to be functioning at such a very high level.” Shannon said.

“The formula that has and continues to fuel our success is quite simple; we have assembled a band of talented, intelligent people who simply love this great Country. No secret sauce or formula, just fabulous Patriots who are willingly doing the hard work to keep this local movement alive. A decade of selfless service worthy of recognition.”

Shannon noted that the group's efforts to expose excessive spending and special tax exemptions that put an unfair burden on average homeowners and small businesses, has brought increased criticism from some of the very officials who should be expected to take seriously the concerns of all citizens, “not just the ones who happen to benefit from county policies.”

Is it likely, Shannon asked, “that the increasingly shrill criticism of our efforts by some members of local government and their benefactors may be driven by their desire to silence us?”

If so, he declared, “that simply isn't going to happen. It has always strengthened our resolve."

Meet the candidate

Also attending this milestone event was Samantha Bohannon, a lawyer in West Point and candidate in the King William County Commonwealth's Attorney race.

Regarding her vision for the county's top law enforcement job, Bohannon told attendees, "I'm running for Commonwealth Attorney because I can ensure a safer county. I will achieve this goal by working hand-in-hand with citizens and law enforcement by keeping an open door policy with regular business hours of 9-5 Monday through Friday."

More information about Bohannon's campaign is available at

(King William T.E.A. Party – Taxed Enough Already – does not endorse specific political candidates, but makes it a point to invite and host speakers presenting a wide variety of positions. KWTP's info packed meetings are open to all citizens of good will. They begin promptly at 6:30 PM and you'll be out before 8. Usually held on the second and fourth Thursdays each month at the Upper King William Library.

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Ladies and gentlemen

KWTP had a very positive presence at County Fest today as seen in the attached pix. Lots of good folks stopped by to cheer us on


The King William Tea Party Sept 12, and Sept 26, 2019 meetings:


Our Next Meeting is :

The Sept 12 at 6:30 pm meeting:

Main topic:


Speaker: State Senator Amanda Chase who has introduced a bill
that would require government approval of expenditures by Economic Development authorities.
Come and find out what you do not know.

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Conservative Va. Senator Amanda Chase is coming to King William
King William, VA , August 29th, 2019

At 6:30 on Thursday evening, September 12th, Virginia Senator Amanda Chase (R-Chesterfield) will be King William T.E.A. Party's special guest speaker on the controversial topic of Economic Development Authorities (EDAs), including King William's own EDA.

Chase , an outspoken critic of these un-elected, largely unsupervised bodies, will document how so many have abused the public trust; often spending vast sums of money on projects that ultimately do nothing more than wasting tax dollars while enriching special interests.

Her efforts led to the suspension of Chesterfield's infamous Matoaca Megasite for its lack of transparency and support from 40,000 nearby residents.

Noting the importance of this topic, KWTP's Bob Shannon said “ These EDAs are running amok and must be either reined in, banned with new legislation or curbed with reforms that will stop the rampant abuse. Most appalling is the ease with which this money is often stolen.”

The meeting is open to the public and will be held at the Upper King William Library on Sharon Road.

More information abut Va. Senator Amanda Chase is available at and Facebook

(King William T.E.A. Party – Taxed Enough Already – does not endorse specific political candidates, but makes it a point to invite and host speakers presenting a wide variety of positions. )

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Senator Chase Portrait : Representing Chesterfield in the Virginia Senate, Amanda Chase has been a leader on government accountability in calling for a review of Economic Development Authorities in the state of Virginia and requiring localities to have their budgets approved by local board members who are elected by the people. ( Credit: Chase for Senate )

At our last meeting on Thursday August 22, we heard details from Hanover Attorney Earl " Sandy "Sanders on the unfolding tragedy in Warren County Virginia. Estimates range now up to some 21 million was embezzled through the local EDA, and legal costs to hard working Warren County tax payers now have climbed to some 1.2 million. What was troubling was the apparent ease with which this money was embezzled.

Our guest this Thursday evening has been a outspoken critic of these quasi -government agencies and the fast & loose manner with which they operate. These agencies ability to spend vast sums of tax dollars with little oversight is simply appalling. Senator Chase will address her well documented concerns and views on what legislative remedies she has proposed

In 2018-19 here in King William County our own Board of Supervisors turned over to our E.D.A some $2,000,000 of tax payer funds. Just what concerns should citizens have here locally on how, and by whose authority will these funds be spent, and on just what ?

County Administrator Bobby Tassanari suggested the Board go one step further, proposing that all County Owned Land and any County Owned Property that generates revenue also be turned over to this un-elected body. Fortunately this bad idea was voted down. Only Supervisor Dave Hansen was the sole NO vote on the transfer of the original $2,000,000. Conservatives have long been wary of government getting involved in picking winners and losers in the free market. Incidences of crony capitalism prevail in how these monies are often spent. The King William T.E.A Party has focused on this issue and hope to see anyone associated with our own EDA at this meeting to hear Senator Chase's concerns.

Hope to see everyone Thursday evening.

Meetings of KWTP are open to all citizens
of good will. Usually held on the second
and fourth Thursdays each month.

Location again this time is the Upper King
William Library, 694-J Sharon Road - Central Garage,
in the Sharon Office Park, mile past
King William High School.


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Future Meetings
Sep 12, Sep 26, Oct 10, Oct 24
Nov 14, Dec 12


The Sept 26 at 6:30 pm meeting:

Main topic:

Commissioner of Revenue for King William Mrs. Sally Pearson
will speak at our meeting. One item of interest is
"Why is information on tracking Land Use Tax Exemptions
so hard to come by in this day & age of technology?"

Meetings of KWTP are open to all citizens
of good will. Usually held on the second
and fourth Thursdays each month.

Location again this time is the Upper King
William Library, 694-J Sharon Road - Central Garage,
in the Sharon Office Park, mile past
King William High School.


For more information visit and

Future Meetings
Sep 26, Oct 10, Oct 24
Nov 14, Dec 12

Wharton's Olivia Mitchell and Leora Friedberg of the University of Virginia discuss the $4.4 trillion public sector pension shortfall.

Not Enough time, Not Enough Money

Sanitation workers, firefighters, teachers and other state and local government employees have performed their duties in the public sector for decades with the understanding that their often lackluster salaries were propped up by excellent benefits, including an ironclad pension. But Moody’s Investors Service recently estimated that public pensions are underfunded by $4.4 trillion. That amount, which is equivalent to the economy of Germany, accounts for one-fifth of national debt. It’s a significant concern for public employees who were banking on a fully funded retirement to get them through their golden years.

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The Mindset of Our Elected Officials

1. Support the continuation of increased State funding for the K-12 Education
2.Support equal authority among all of the counties to levy & collect a tobacco tax
3.Enable counties , on the initiative and action by their governing bodies, to
establish a meals tax, without referendum, at a rate not to exceed 8 percent.

Let's invite King William taxpayers to see for themselves the mindset of our elected
officials. 16 States have experienced declining school age populations and " increased funding"
as if no consideration should be even weighed as to KW student population projections.......just
increase the funding ?

The second and third both note either a new tax or authority to raise an existing one ( meals tax).
The special wording----WITHOUT REFERENDUM--- is worth highlighting since it clearly embodies
the mentality that citizens should shut up and just sit down............"we know what's best for you"

This is a textbook example of why I have driven the issue of the G.A passing Referendum Reform here
in Virginia. The Wall St. Journal cited 2 years ago in an article discussing the various states laws
on Citizen driven referendums, and called out Virginia ,stating " Virginia's referendum laws are from
the dark ages" Perhaps this might make a interesting topic for the local newspapers who might have
some interest in exposing why the G.A drags their feet, when citizens want more control over local
taxing/spending related issues. It is not without note that they included that very specific language"
without referendum" in their letter.

These Board members continue to cite the " state mandates" that drive spending up in localities
being forced to spend money to satisfy these mandates forced upon them. Perhaps I missed it....but
do you see any mention of asking the G.A to freeze or eliminate any of these mandates they like to
whine about ? Or is it perhaps just a convenient excuse they roll out again and again when they raise
taxes ?

Bob Shannon


School Spending Will Increase This Year In Spite Of Falsehoods Promoted By Chairman Greenwood
Greenwood Called A Reduction In Debt Service Payments A Spending Cut
Greenwood Campaigned And Told Voters He Intended To Cut Spending
Greenwood Claimed - The Level Of Funding Initially Proposed By The State And Later Reduced
A "Spending Cut" To The School Budget

-------------The Facts Tell A Different Story------------------

Kw County Schools Will Spend Hundreds Of Thousands More This Year
Than Last Year------Greenwood Is Misleading Citizens, And He Knows It!
Does A School System With 4 Schools Really Need A Superintendent And
An Assistant Superintendent?
These 2 Positions Alone Account For
Almost $300,000 In Annual Salaries /Benefits !


Kw County Has An Excessive Reserve Fund Of Some 6.4 Million Dollars?
The .02 Reduction In The Real Estate Tax Rate Is Nothing More Than
A Loan Of Your Money To Give A Home Owner A $38 Reduction In His/Her Tax Bill
Greenwood Borrowed (From You) $38 To Give You A $38 Tax Reduction On Your Tax.

-------------Does That Make Any Sense To You?--------------

Why Does The B.O.S Keep Such A Large Reserve Balance?
To Fund Their Pet Projects And Wish List Items
This Is Why Government Spending Is Out Of Control.
The Solution
----Reduce The Reserve Fund Level Permanently.
If Citizens Allow Them To Keep This Large Balance - Just What Will They Do?

-------------Spend, Spend ,Spend !---------------------------

Supervisor Greenwood , Moskalski And Hodges Voted To Fund A New Regional
Government Economic Commission With Your Tax Dollars
This - In Spite Of Not Answering The Following Question........
What Do We Have To Show For The $200,000 Spent In The Last 10 Years
On An " Economic Consultant " Where Did That Money Go, To Whom And For Just What

------------- Specifically ? ------------

Either They Can Not Or Will Not Answer That Question---We've Tried
So Why Throw More Of Our Hard Earned Money In Another

-------------- Government Boondoggle Program -----------------

85% Of The Money Will Be Spent On Salaries /Benefits For Another
Government Entity With Nothing To Show For It, No Different Than The Last
10 Years And $200,000 Already Spent That They Refuse To Account For !


Current Items Of Interest !!


The K.W. Board of Supervisors Meetings for Public Comment are held on the 4th Monday of each month, except for November and December, when the meeting will be held on the 3rd Monday in November because of the Thanksgiving holiday and the 3rd Monday in December because of the Christmas holiday.

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All of our local papers have been supportive by printing our meeting announcements, news releases,
letters to the editor, and often their own reporting on our events. While such coverage should not be
taken as an endorsement of KWTP's goals and objectives, it is an important community service that keeps
citizens informed. Please make it a point to email or call to say 'thanks!'

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Next Meeting:

6:30 to 7:30 PM Thur Sept 12, 2019

Items to be covered are Important local, state and national issues.

KWTP's fast paced and info packed meetings are open to all citizens of good will. They begin promptly at 6:30 PM and you'll be
out by 7:45 PM.

Participation in the KING WILLIAM T.E.A. PARTY (Taxed Enough Already) are open to all citizens of good will. No signup, no dues,
no obligation. KWTP is an all-volunteer, grass-roots group of citizens who believe in honoring the US Constitution, limiting the
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Short video clips and brief updates on local, state and national issues. Come early if possible and see another of the stirring and inspiring videos we've found. The Videos start at 6:45PM and The Meeting starts at 7:00PM - so come on in and have a seat anytime.

Welcome to the new King Willam County Virgina Tea Party Website

We want to keep the citizens of King William County informed of issues on a local, state and national level. 

The King William TEA Party is an independent political movement loosely aligned with other local, state and national TEA Parties.  We are a grass roots movement who take our name from a historical act of defiance against the King of England when Americans thought they were " Taxed Enough Already." 

We believe in a return to sound fiscal policy at the federal, state and county level. We believe in Federalism and the limits of federal power that our founders intended.

The King William Tea Party does not condone nor will it tolerate racism, sexism, or religious intolerance or bigotry in any form within the ranks of its membership or at any of its sanctioned events.  Such beliefs, attitudes, and activities are contrary to the basic rights of all humankind as outlined in the Constitution, Bill of Rights, and Declaration of Independence.

Our goal is for this site to keep you informed of political events, news, and issues that are important to you, the citizens of King William County Virginia.

Our next Meeting is on Sept 12, 2019 at 6:30 pm at Upper King William Library 694-J Sharon Road - Central Garage
In the Sharon Office Park after King William High School.

Chairman --------- Robert Shannon
Vice Chairman -- Vacant
Treasurer --------- Fred Krauss
Secretary --------- Robert "Sarge" Bruce

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