Monthly Archives: September 2014

Twenty Years Ago Today …

It was a Friday night in Alexandria.  September 30, 1994.  Bill Clinton was President and Heath Shuler was a rookie quarterback for the Redskins.  I had just graduated from UVA Law, taken the Bar Exam and started a new job. … Continue reading

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Old Gray Runs to Glory, 36-7

It was a bright bright sunshiny day at Gravely Point this afternoon. The Northern Virginia RFC “Old Gray” stepped onto the pitch against Baltimore RFC in an “over35″ match with cool heads but passion in their hearts. The Greatest Generation … Continue reading

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Jim Webb Steps Up

This week, Jim Webb gave an address to the National Press Club which commented on America’s position both domestically and internationally.  It was a speech that was  comprehensive and original in scope. Webb continues to be a lonely voice talking … Continue reading

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Privacy Caucus Meets Today

The Ben Franklin Privacy Caucus is meeting today in House Room 3 in Richmond.  Chairman Rich Anderson (R-Prince William) is leading the discussion.  I’m reduced to live blogging the meeting, as I have business up in Fairfax today. The issue … Continue reading

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Doing the Richmond Shuffle

It was a long day at the State Capitol yesterday.  The Senate did pass a revised State Budget (due to weakened revenue projections) and also elected a new round of judges, including Grace Carroll who will take the Circuit Court … Continue reading

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