Monthly Archives: September 2013

A Death in the Family

“Ask not for whom the bell tolls.  It tolls for thee.” Today, Sharon and I attended the funeral service for a friend living in Washington, D.C. who died of pancreatic cancer at the age of 45.  It was a beautiful … Continue reading

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Will You Miss Me When I’m Gone?

No, that’s not the epitaph of Ken Cuccinelli.  It’s the name of a great book written about the Carter family of Scott County, Virginia. For those of you not grounded in country music, the 1930′s was the birth of that genre in … Continue reading

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This Would Be Seriously Stupid …

Here’s the link to Friday’s Congressional vote on defunding Obamacare and essentially forcing a government shutdown. We can spend days talking about the ACA (ubiquitously known as “Obamacare”) and its positives and negatives.  As a taxpayer and small business owner, … Continue reading

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Looks Like We Have Our First Plea Deal in Richmond …

Just announced by RTD. Good thing we wasted hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars to see that case through. What a debacle.

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Unanswered Q’s from Navy Yard Shooting

It’s been two days since the horrific shootings at the Navy Yard.  The initial news reports were confusing (and generally wrong), but now the outlines are more clear:  a lone gunman with a security clearance parks his car on the … Continue reading

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