Monthly Archives: June 2011

Chap Pack is Back, June 22nd at Icons

Next Wednesday, June 22nd, is my annual fundraising reception at “Icons Sports Grill,” 10418 Main Street in Fairfax.  We will have a buffet and drink specials.  The rock’n roll band “Odyssey” will be playing a mix of classic and modern … Continue reading

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… And Train Wreck #2 (Congressional Redistricting)

This week’s first post dealt with the Assembly’s seeming inability to fill two vacancies on the Virginia Supreme Court, thus leaving the Court short-handed. The real dead-lock in Richmond, however, is Congressional redistricting.  This week, the House and Senate passed competing redistricting … Continue reading

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Higher Court Vacancies — Train Wreck #1

Tomorrow (Thursday), we are returning to Richmond for two outstanding issues.  The first is Congressional redistricting.  In other words, the House and Senate have to agree on competing plans for the boundaries of the eleven Congressional seats. The other issue is … Continue reading

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1 Dead, 4 Captured at Fairfax C.H.

Guns were blazing on Saturday afternoon in downtown Fairfax.  When the smoke cleared, the U.S. cavalry was retreating west down Main Street (past PNC Bank and towards Freedom Bail Bonds), while the local milita chased after them in heavy wool uniforms. A gang … Continue reading

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A Weak Indictment

Many years ago, I was running for office and my wife was pregnant (ok, I see a trend here).  In our neighborhood in Fairfax City, we had a neighbor with a riding mower.  He was retired and took great care of … Continue reading

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