Monthly Archives: December 2006

Turkey Season (cont.)

With the 2007 session only a few days away, it is time for legislators to rush forward with legislation to “fix” the flaws in Northern Virginia’s transportation infrastructure. One idea is for the State to withdraw from the road-building business and … Continue reading

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Turkey Season in the Shenandoah

Virginia is for lovers of outdoor sports. My father and I lived the motto by spending yesterday hunting on the south side of Massanutten Mountain, just east of Luray. The fields were allegedly teeming with wild turkey and black bear. … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays!

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Welcome Home, Justin

Last weekend, I had a chance to visit my friend Justin who is back from Iraq.  He is a U.S. Marine Reserve who volunteered to go overseas this fall.   Justin’s family is Fairfax City all the way.  We both graduated … Continue reading

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Bridge to Somewhere

Friday I attended the semi-annual Board meeting of the Virginia Economic Bridge at George Mason University. The Bridge is a 501(c)(3) which draws business and academic leaders from Southwest Virginia (defined as “anywhere beyond Roanoke”), who are seeking to develop … Continue reading

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