Monthly Archives: July 2010

Stop the Madness (Part 2)

Many years ago, there was an era called the “20th century.” It was a time when some terrible things happened, like world wars and genocide. It was also a time when many good things happened, such as universal vaccines and … Continue reading

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Headed to Richmond Tomorrow

Will be at the State Capitol with Delegate Mark Keam for the Governor’s signing of SB 712, our bill to establish an overseas campus for George Mason in the Republic of Korea. Representatives of GMU and the Korean Embassy should … Continue reading

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There They Go Again

The Governor has a number of commissions meeting this summer. One of them is focused on Economic Development. According to today’s Richmond Times-Dispatch, that Commission is reviewing 115 different ideas to promote economic growth in the Commonwealth. Two of those … Continue reading

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“Annie Get Your Gun” — A Great Show

Friday Night I was at Lanier Middle School in Fairfax to see the City of Fairfax Theater Company (I had the name wrong earlier) put on their performance of “Annie Get Your Gun.” The sets were colorful and the acting … Continue reading

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Senator Webb in Wall Street Journal

Senator Jim Webb (D-Virginia) is both a student of history and an unapologetic free thinker — two traits that immediately separate him from 90% of the people in elected office today. As a Senator, he has been a leader on … Continue reading

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