Monthly Archives: October 2006

Marathon Man

On occasion, when speaking to potential candidates, I have described a political campaign as a marathon.  Like I would know.  So this morning I fulfilled a lifetime goal by running in the 31st annual Marine Corps Marathon.  My run was … Continue reading

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Back to School

I had the pleasant experience of being back in Charlottesville last night to speak at UVA Law School.  I was a guest panelist along with Delegates Rob Bell and Bill Janis on “So you want to be a politician.”   (Actually, … Continue reading

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By Air, Land and Sea (for Webb)

Last night, while speaking to the Sierra Club in Reston, I remembered why Virginia is the greatest state in the nation.  Begin with the Chesapeake Bay, follow our broad rivers through the rolling Piedmont and then cross the Blue Ridge … Continue reading

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Down the Stretch

Sorry for being out of touch.  I just finished a stretch of eight depositions (three in Korean), two motion hearings and a two-day trial (also in Korean) in the past three weeks.  Glad to be back among the living … … Continue reading

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The Special Session on Transportation — There was One?

Last week, the Virginia General Assembly briefly regrouped to deal with the “transportation issue.”  There was an impasse between the House of Delegates and State Senate.  As a result, there was no agreed plan, and there will be no new … Continue reading

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