Monthly Archives: October 2014

Fall Festival Weekend

Saturday morning I woke up early and felt normal for the first time in a week.  I started off from the University Giant and began running south (aka “Ox Road South”).  It was still dark and the rain was coming … Continue reading

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Third CD Struck Down — Can We Do Something Completely New?

It’s been a wild few days in Virginia.  Unfortunately, I’ve been way too sick this week to do much writing.  However, this opinion on Tuesday by U.S. District Judge Liam O’Grady striking down Virginia’s Third Congressional seat is simply too … Continue reading

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Three Thoughts for this a.m.

This morning, I saw the latest scandal du jour in the VPAP clips.  Three thoughts on that. 1.  I’ve known Paul Reagan for fifteen years, as an official for Mark Warner, Jim Webb and now Terry McAuliffe.  (Back in the … Continue reading

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VDOT Projects = on-time, on-budget

As the resident curmudgeon in Richmond, I spend a lot of time criticizing state government and its faults.  I don’t spend enough time pointing out when state agencies do  things right.  So let me address that flaw right now. On … Continue reading

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