Monthly Archives: November 2009

An Average Fall Weekend (Which is Great!)

The fall is the best time of year.  Post-election means more time with family.    On Saturday I attended the Westbriar Elementary Pancake Breakfast with my son Thomas.  Thank you to the volunteers from SAIC who came out to whip up the … Continue reading

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Renewable Energy Summit in Richmond

Today the Virginia Alternative and Renewable Energy Association (VA-Area) held their first annual conference at the Omni in downtown Richmond.  There were over 200 attendees representing domestic alt-energy producers (e.g. solar, biomass, and wind) from around the Commonwealth.  I participated in a … Continue reading

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Rainy Vets’ Day in Fairfax

Today was a cold rainy day.  It was also Armistice Day, a.k.a. “Veterans Day.” I attended two celebrations in the 34th Senate district.  The first was on the lawn of Fairfax Courthouse and was organized by Post 177 of the … Continue reading

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I’ll Let this Link Speak for Itself

Here it is.  There are a lot of strong memories left over from this “sniper shootings” of 2002.  I won’t try to add to them.  Ironically, Muhammed was convicted under a statute we passed in the 2002 session, which made terrorism … Continue reading

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Big Day for WT Woodson HS

Yesterday was a big day for W.T. Woodson High School in Fairfax.  The School, founded in the early Sixties, was formally reopened Saturday after a massive $80M renovation.  I was there to speak along with the usual suspects.  (A shout-out to legendary WTW … Continue reading

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