Monthly Archives: April 2008

Prince William Committee of 100

Last night I moderated a panel on energy before the Prince William County Committee of 100, a non-partisan group that meets to review and discuss political issues.  Here’s an article in the Potomac News today: http://www.insidenova.com/isn/news/local/article/panel_discusses_future_energy_needs/14019/  There were representatives there from Dominion … Continue reading

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April 16 (Plus One)

I didn’t post yesterday about VA Tech and the one-year anniversary of the April 16th tragedy for a couple reasons:  1)  I didn’t know quite what to say and 2) I figured I’d wait til today and see what everyone else … Continue reading

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The Cost of Incarceration

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/04/14/AR2008041402451.html Great article in the Wash Post this a.m. on the over-incarceration of America.  This is one of the great unreported stories of our time – kind of like global warming 3-4 years ago. I speak about this as one who … Continue reading

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Time Out for Rugby

This weekend I traveled back to Williamstown, Mass. where I went to college.  I was there for the 50th anniversary of the Williams College Rugby Football Club, a motley group of which I was President in 1990.  Williams College is … Continue reading

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Thoughts in Advance of Special Session

Everyone is aware that we are facing a special session in transportation to deal with the February 29th Supreme Court decision which gutted HB 3202. In the last month, I’ve had a chance to speak at about 10 community meetings … Continue reading

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