Monthly Archives: April 2015

Why is No One Speaking Out on Sweet Briar?

It’s been nearly two months since the President and Board of Sweet Briar College announced plans to close at the end of the school year, thus shutting down a historic women’s college which had existed for over 100 years. Since … Continue reading

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The I-66 Conundrum

Everyone agrees that I-66 is the most congested traffic corridor in the Commonwealth.  Everyone agrees that traffic relief along I-66 is the most critical objective in Virginia, or at least in northern Virginia. That’s where the agreement ends.  More transit?  … Continue reading

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Undrafted

Thursday night at Brion’s Grill in Fairfax my campaign will be hosting our first “Chappy Hour” of the 2015 campaign season.   Please stop by for a drink or wings. We’ll be watching the “NFL Draft,” a night which is like … Continue reading

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A Few Random Thoughts …

It’s Monday, April 20.  Last week flew by with veto session and an ongoing trial. A few random thoughts in no particular order … Susan Swecker is an excellent choice for Chairman of the DPVA.  I’ve known Susan since I … Continue reading

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The Longest (Veto) Day

The veto session ended its third day today down in Richmond.  We’ve officially been sitting for fifty-two (52) straight hours. (ed. note:  we recessed for a day on Thursday which allowed me to return to court, where I’m in a … Continue reading

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