Monthly Archives: June 2014

USMNT Survives Ghana, 2-1

There’s a lot to discuss over the past few days:  running the Pancreatic Cancer 5K in D.C. (slow), traveling to Fredericksburg with my family for Father’s Day (great), an upcoming week of high school graduations. So let’s talk World Cup … Continue reading

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Understanding Cantor

What a week it’s been. Seven days ago, Eric Cantor was the House Majority Leader, Phil Puckett was a State Senator, and Spain was the #1 soccer power in the world. Or not, in all cases. The demise of Cantor … Continue reading

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New Senate Majority Rejects Federal Funds

The Senate Democrats took a body blow on Monday with the sudden resignation of Phil Puckett.  The other shoe fell today, Thursday, as the new Republican majority stripped out all references in the State Budget which provided any hope of … Continue reading

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Upset of the Century in the Seventh CD?

Looks like the majority leader of the United States Congress has lost his Republican-leaning seat to David Brat, a college professor from Ashland. Listening to my man, John Fredericks, break it down on the radio.

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The Puckett Decision (Chapter Two)

Last night, I heard about the decision of Phil Puckett to resign his Senate seat and potentially take a six-figure position with the Virginia Tobacco Commission.  I refrained from making any rash comments (for 24 hours anyway) and I’m glad … Continue reading

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