Monthly Archives: December 2010

Virginia Breaks Eight Million

The U.S. Census numbers are back (finally).  Here they are . Virginia grew by 13% in the past ten years to reach a total population of eight million one thousand and twenty four (8,001,024) persons.  Ironically, that was the same number of people seeking … Continue reading

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The Christmas Story in a Facebook World

Now the story can finally be told . Cheers, Chap

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Virginia Breaks Eight Million

The U.S. Census numbers are back (finally).  Here they are . Virginia grew by 13% in the past ten years to reach a total population of eight million one thousand and twenty four (8,001,024) persons.  Ironically, that was the same number of people seeking … Continue reading

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The Christmas Story in a Facebook World

Now the story can finally be told . Cheers, Chap

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Great Post on Re-adjusters

Over at the Dixie Pig, Delegate Scott Surovell (D-Mt Vernon) has an article  comparing our modern borrowing politics in Virginia to the politics of the Re-adjuster era. (note that Scott is my law partner as well as a House member). The … Continue reading

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