Monthly Archives: February 2015

Life Goes on in Bracing Cold

It was brutally cold at 7 pm last night, when I stopped by the Franklin Street YMCA for my daily workout.  Unfortunately, the gym was closed due to a water main break nearby. I went home, changed into my running … Continue reading

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2015 Session Enters the Last Lap

The sky is dark and gray over the Richmond skyline today.  It’s Ash Wednesday, the beginning of Lent. We are within ten days of adjourning. Gee, ain’t it funny, how time just slips away. In the next few days, each … Continue reading

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House Backs Taxpayer-Financed Campaigns?

Richmond got blanketed last night with snow.   I spent thirty minutes digging out my car on Grove Avenue, after my neighbor let me borrow a shovel. Yesterday, I got buried in the House Finance Committee which rejected my legislation, SB … Continue reading

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It’s Time to Talk About Saving the Remaining Christians in the Mid-East

Every Sunday morning I teach the ninth grade Bible Study class at my church.  It’s my favorite hour of the week.  This year, we are studying the Book of Acts, which chronicles the first Christian community in Antioch and its … Continue reading

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A Helpful Glossary of Richmond Terms

For those of us who have spent a few years in the Assembly, you can fall into certain traps.  One of them is using Richmond jargon which requires its own interpretation.  For my readers who are not in Richmond, here … Continue reading

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