Monthly Archives: November 2013

Happy Thanksgiving, y’all

Happy Thanksgiving to one and all.  I’ll be in Mantua at 9 a.m. for the “Fairfax Four Miler.”  Hopefully, I can get back on track with a decent time.  Then we have my wife’s family coming over to celebrate the … Continue reading

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Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont

That’s the answer.  Do you know the question? It’s the list of states in the USA with a lower violent crime rate than Virginia.  We are #4.  Everyone else (including every single one of our neighbors) ranks behind us. In … Continue reading

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Senate Regroups in Williamsburg

It’s Friday morning and the sun is rising over College Creek.  The air is crisp, perfect for an early morning run past the Golden Horseshoe Golf Course.  We’re down at the Williamsburg Lodge for the annual Finance Retreat.  It’s the same drill … Continue reading

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Senator Deeds in Critical Condition

Devastating news from the rural Bath County home of my friend and fellow State Senator, Creigh Deeds. I’ve spent a lot of time with Deeds, beginning back in 2005 when we were both on the statewide circuit (him for LG … Continue reading

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We’re Not Going to Take It (Your Legal Fees)

A generation ago, there was a singer named Dee Snider who recorded a hit song:  “We’re Not Going to Take It.”  The premise of the song was that common people — okay, common people in makeup and long hair — … Continue reading

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