Monthly Archives: June 2007

The Hunt for Blue November Begins

With yesterday’s primary defeats of Senators Brandon Bell (R-Roanoke) and Marty Williams (R-Newport News) and the retirement of John Chichester (R-Stafford), it is clear that the Virginia State Senate will be a far different animal in 2008 — no matter … Continue reading

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No Justice, No Peace (No Bids)

As the readers of the Post and the various blogs have witnessed over the past week, the curtain seems to be closing on the “Tysons Tunnel” alternative.  And nobody’s happy.  I stated my opinion on this issue in a post in February.  … Continue reading

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Blenheim House — Lessons Learned

This weekend, I attended the ground-breaking of the Blenheim Interpretive Center in Fairfax City.  For those not acquainted with our town’s history, the “Blenheim House” is a last surviving link with the antebellum agricultural era in Fairfax. Originally built around … Continue reading

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