Monthly Archives: September 2008

Debate in C’ville, Disaster on Wall Street

Today I traveled to Charlottesville to debate my friend Chris Saxman (R-Staunton) on the merits of the Presidential election.  I represented Senator Obama and he stood for Senator McCain.  We had the debate before employees of the C’ville corporate headquarters … Continue reading

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Weekend on the Run

This weekend began with the “KORUS Festival” (Koreans in the U.S.) in downtown Annandale.  My wife’s family was out in force, along with thousands of other Korean-Americans in Fairfax County, to see the drummers, dancing and traditional costumes.  In what … Continue reading

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Warner Speaks on Economic Crisis in Vienna

I just got back from a great event in Vienna.  It was a private reception for Mark Warner sponsored by a number of prominent African-American businessmen.  One of the great things about Mark is that he’s approachable.  Prior to his … Continue reading

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Sign, Sign, Everywhere a Sign

http://voices.washingtonpost.com/virginiapolitics/2008/09/virginia_gop_seizes_on_obama_y.html#more Okay, it’s official.  The end times are near.  It’s late September and there are hardly any yard signs in Fairfax County. Today’s Post carried an article featuring quotes from County Chair Scott Surovell (who is my law partner) which decried the … Continue reading

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Falling for the Book in Fairfax

This week, amidst Back to School events, there is a great festival going on in Fairfax, which is a partnership between the City of Fairfax and George Mason University. It’s called the “Fall for the Book”  http://www.fallforthebook.org/ Noted authors appear … Continue reading

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