Monthly Archives: December 2009

Pacers Four Miler in Fairfax Tonight

The Pacers Four Mile Run is tonight.  The course begins in downtown Fairfax, heads down Rte 50 to Fairfax High School, then comes back on Old Lee Highway. Race starts at 6:30 p.m.  I’ll be taking on the cold and rain in a … Continue reading

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Excellent Article on Harry F. Byrd, Sr.

This was in the Daily Press yesterday. Every member of the Assembly should read the life history of the man who defined the history of Virginia for much of the 20th century (both positive and negative).

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A Decade for Zeroes

The year is coming to a close and, with it, the end of a decade. Ten years ago, I was an associate in a law firm, father of a one-year old daughter and new City Councilman.  Sharon and I had just bought … Continue reading

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Yes, Virginia, There is a …

… Santa Claus. Merry Christmas to everyone. Like every year, we will be home on Christmas Day.   All our family on both sides comes back to Virginia and they typically wind up at our house (the magical pull of grandchildren).  Key events … Continue reading

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An Unwelcome Holiday Gift (reposted)

(I had some technical difficulties the first time around so I’m reposting.  I’m leaving up the old post since it already had comments …) I wrote last week about Governor Kaine

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