Monthly Archives: April 2009

Speaking at GMU

This week has been a whirlwind thus far.  Yesterday I attended a task force meeting dedicated to restoring County lands which are being deforested by the HOT lanes.  The Assembly has set aside $98 million for buffering residential neighborhoods.  The use of those … Continue reading

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Celebrating Holy Week

It’s a tough time to be a follower of Jesus Christ.  The leadership has been discredited.  Skeptics abound.  The cultural elite ridicule the followers.  It’s the general consensus that the movement is in decline.  In a few years, it will surely … Continue reading

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Show Me the Money

One of the favorite past-times of people with empty lives is reviewing the “Cash On Hand” and “Total Raised” figures for candidates running for office.  In Virginia, there’s no bigger office than Governor.  So let’s review. Three quick disclaimers:  first, … Continue reading

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Back in Richmond

It’s a clear cold morning in the capital City of Virginia.  After an early morning (5 a.m.) workout, I got down here in time for the Joint Caucus breakfast for the Democrats.  Lots of familiar faces.  Actually they’re all familiar … Continue reading

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In Memory of Jane Vitray

It’s been hard to find time to write this week with my return from ROK and return to Richmond for veto session. One event is worth noting however.  Last week a true Democrat and noteoworthy citizen of Fairfax County died.  The … Continue reading

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