Monthly Archives: November 2008

Heartbreaker at Oakton

It was the “703″ versus the “757″ at Oakton High School yesterday as the Oakton Cougars went  up against Oscar Smith of Chesapeake in the state football semifinals.  It was as good as any high school football in the U.S. … Continue reading

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RK Closes Down

It’s taken me a few days to collect my thoughts on this next story. For those of you who aren’t obsessed with politics, the progressive blog “Raising Kaine”, later shortened to “RK,” has been an institution in Virginia for the … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving 2008

There’s a lot for which to be thankful this year.  We live in the greatest nation in the world.  And in a state which is unparalleled for its beauty, history and diversity. Tomorrow is a great day to consider all the … Continue reading

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Economic Forecast for 2009 — The Whole Shocking Story

I’ve just gone back from two days in Fredericksburg, where we gathered for the Senate Finance retreat. The economic projections by the Senate Finance staff resembled a Mike Tysons fistic assault.  First, they back you up to the ropes.  Then … Continue reading

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Richmond, Fairfax, Fred-burg

I am giving Rte 95 a workout this week. Tuesday I was in Richmond for our Commission meeting on Human Trafficking.  Many issues raised there, including conditions for immigrants in northern Virginia, which I’d love to comment on. Then yesterday, … Continue reading

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