Monthly Archives: April 2013

Concert for North Korean Freedom

Sharon and I just got back tonight from “A Night of Hope,” a concert benefiting the North Korea Freedom Coalition.  The concert took place at our church, Truro Anglican in Fairfax, which is focused on building connections with immigrant faith communities. … Continue reading

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New President Inaugurated at GMU

It was a gorgeous morning on Friday at George Mason University, where Angel Cabrera was sworn in as the new President. Shedding the usual academic robes before the Patriot Center crowd, President Cabrera hit all the right notes.  He stressed … Continue reading

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The Legend of Henry Howell … and How Today’s Democratic Party Ignores It

The other evening I was at a reception in Fairfax for a local firm and ran into Henry “Hank” Howell, Jr.,  a good friend and trial attorney in Virginia Beach. For those who don’t know, Hank’s dad, Henry Howell of Norfolk, was one … Continue reading

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This Week’s Sign that the Apocalypse is Upon Us …

I was at the Sheraton Premier in Tysons tonight for Our Lady of Good Counsel’s annual auction and placed a bid on a pair of One Direction tickets for the June show at Verizon Center.  (no, not for me but for my older … Continue reading

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Tragedy Strikes Boston

A birarre, almost surreal, event today as two bombs exploded at the finish line of the Boston Marathon. Much like the Twin Towers, the Boston Marathon is an American icon.  It’s the Holy Grail of distance running with only the … Continue reading

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