Monthly Archives: November 2010

I Was There at the Civics Revolution

Yesterday was a very busy day at the State Capitol. We had over 100+ government teachers in Senate Room 3 for our live presentation of the Civics Summit. The Summit was also televised on WCVE and live-streamed on the Senate … Continue reading

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Race to the Bottom at Vienna Turkey Trot

Sunday morning was the annual Vienna 5K Turkey Trot, sponsored by the James Madison HS Marching Band with proceeds to benefit the Vienna Volunteer Fire Department. It was a crisp November morning, barely above freezing.  Despite the chilly weather, there were … Continue reading

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Time for Virginia Democrats to Take a Stand

November 2010 was a tough month for Virginia Democrats.  Along the way, we lost three Congressional reps — including Rick Boucher, the dean of the Democratic delegation and a 28-year member of the U.S. House.  That loss will not be replaced for … Continue reading

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Speech to Va Federation of Blind

Out this morning with two of my children.  We started at Westbriar Elementary in Vienna for their annual pancake breakfast, where I met the prinicipal and many of the parents. Thanks to the employees of SAIC for sponsoring the breakfast and serving … Continue reading

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Salute to Veterans

I’m on the road for business travel today, so posting from a hotel coffee shop. November 11 was historically known as “Armistice Day,” the day when the the opposing sides declared an armistice on the Western Front, thus bringing World War I to a … Continue reading

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