Monthly Archives: March 2011

Redistricting Winners Chosen

Here’s the article in the on-line Post. With modern technology, anyone can participate. Apparently there were separate categories for geographic considerations and maximizing the number of competitive seats.  All plans had to comply with Section 5 of the Voting Rights … Continue reading

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Fab Five Redux

In the spirit of the NCAA tournament, was there any more exciting or memorable college basketball team than the Michigan “Fab Five”?  The swaggering stars represented the maize-and-blue from 1991-1993, going to two NCAA titles but losing both. After watching the absolutely riveting … Continue reading

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Fukushima Meltdown and Future of Nukes

  The whole world is watching this week as the Japanese dig out from the 2011 earthquake and tsunami (the Fairfax County Urban Search Rescue team is in Japan looking for survivors). The variable now is the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear … Continue reading

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Redistricting Commission at GMU tonight

The Governor’s redistricting commission held a public hearing tonight at Mason Hall at George Mason University.  I got there for the second hour, after giving a legislative wrap-up to the Fairfax Host Lions Club. The session included presentations by Professor … Continue reading

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Mark Your Calendars for March 28

Yes, my friends, four years have passed since we our 2007 State Senate campaign.  A lot has happened.  A lot more is going to happen. In the meantime, it’s time to celebrate and see some friends.  For that reason, we’ll be … Continue reading

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