Monthly Archives: April 2010

P90X Represent!

Here’s the story when Tony Horton came to Capitol Hill. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/04/29/AR2010042901982.html?hpid=sec-artsliving Here’s my personal story: I was watching TV with my 7 year old last spring when the P90X informercial came on. I was unable to turn away from the … Continue reading

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Virginia Nabs Northrop-Grumman

The news yesterday was that Northrop Grumman is moving its corporate headquarters to Northern Virginia, according to the announcement by its CEO and the Governor. The state has apparently pledged $12-14M in grants and incentives through our Virginia Economic Development … Continue reading

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Joyful Sounds at Kennedy Center

This past Saturday night I had a chance to see the “Joyful Sounds” gospel choir perform at the Kennedy Center for the week-long celebration of gospel music. There were a number of national gospel stars there including Walter Hawkins, Richard … Continue reading

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Talking Med-Mal to Doctors at VA Med Society

Today I had the pleasure of speaking to the annual conference of the Virginia Medical Society in Richmond. The Medical Society is the advocacy organization for the thousands of medical doctors around Virginia. Much of their time in the Assembly … Continue reading

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Cloud of Volcanic Ash Settles Over Richmond

OK, that’s not the case (although our Lt. Governor is stuck in Europe due to the dark cloud). We are back in session today for the “veto session” which doesn’t actually have any vetoes. Instead we have 122 bill amendments … Continue reading

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