Or a good subtitle would be, "Nancy S. Moore, Managing Editor of the Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star, this is YOUR life!" A few weeks ago I spoke to an editor at the Free Lance-Star and told him that VCDL was going to use its own First Amendment rights to make life miserable for the Free Lance-Star's staff in retaliation for printing the names of concealed handgun permit holders and the names of the permit holder's street. We then stood down, hoping that the Free Lance-Star would simply drop the practice. Surely they would have enough commonsense to realize that printing the names of CHP holders was a bad idea, endangering the lives of good people, telling criminals where to get guns. But commonsense is in short supply at the FLS as they have just printed the names of new concealed handgun permit holders AGAIN! The Free Lance-Star has repeatedly drawn first blood on this issue, and we are fed up. We are going to begin with the private life of Nancy S. Moore (whose private information I expect will be fleshed out even more over the next couple of weeks). Then we will work our way down the line to the other editors and managers of the paper. WE ARE READY TO PRESSURE THEIR KEY ADVERTISERS! In tandem, we are now prepared to send a MASSIVE email blast from all of you (ala the General Assembly type email arrangement) to the Chairman and the President of a large Fredericksburg car dealership, Rosner Stafford Toyota! There are almost 6,000 of you out there, so this should be real interesting for Rosner. ;-) As time progresses, we are going to repeat this process for every major local business that advertises with either the Free Lance-Star or their radio station, WFLS. We will continue pressuring the FLS's advertisers, as well as publishing more and more personal information about the FLS and WFLS's management until FLS stops their practice of printing the names and streets of permit holders. If they stop, we stop. FIRST SEND AN EMAIL TO ROSNER STAFFORD TOYOTA: **Remember: WE ARE NOT BLAMING THE CAR DEALERSHIP AT ALL. We are only asking for help and leadership!** Click on the line below. You can edit the pre-written message or just send it as is: http://tinyurl.com/28gdhs --- AND NOW FOR NANCY - Publish far and wide! [If you decide to contact Ms. Moore, be firm, but polite] The Free Lance-Star has decided that they would like to continue with what we at VCDL think is the very bad practice of publishing concealed handgun permit holder's names and addresses in their paper. Well, we don't want the Free Lance-Star to feel left out of the sunshine that they so dearly want to shine on law-abiding citizens, so we've decided to start letting the rays of public information shine on the paper's staff. Today we'll start with Nancy S. Moore, Managing Editor of the Free Lance Star. Nancy lives at 314 Princess Anne St. in Fredericksburg, Virginia 22401. Her home phone number is 540-373-2973. Nancy's house was built in 1826 and is 2,583 square feet. The foundation is masonry and the exterior walls are brick/stone. Nancy's house has a total of six rooms including 2 bedrooms, two full baths and three fireplaces. Gee, Nancy. I hope you have inserts in those fireplaces, you wouldn't want all the heat going out the chimneys! There's a full basement with a total of 720 square feet and the finished portion is 540 square feet which leaves 180 square feet unfinished. Maybe a closet could be added? Outside of the fireplaces, the house is heated with natural gas and hot water. Sewer is public underground. And, thankfully, Nancy's house, which was built in 1826, has been upgraded with air-conditioning for those hot summers in Fredericksburg. On the financial side, for 1999 the total tax value was $214,000 and 2007 saw a very small increase to $217,300 (!). That reflects a land value of $48,000 and an improvement value of $169,300. We've added a picture of Nancy's home for those who might be curious: http://www.vcdl.org/FLS/FLS_Nancys_House.jpg This is just the start of our campaign of sunshine on the Free Lance Star. I expect we'll have more interesting tidbits about Nancy, soon. In the meantime, we hope you've enjoyed lighting up Nancy's life as much as we have!