Going into next Tuesday’s Virginia statewide elections, both candidates running to fill the shoes of retiring Fairfax County Commonwealth Attorney Robert Horan have said publicly that they will revisit a criminal investigation into the June 2005 shooting death of Falls Church city native Jack Stephen “Steve” Cornejo.
Patrick McDade, a candidate for Commonwealth’s Attorney of Fairfax County in this November’s election, vowed a fresh review if elected of the case for a criminal prosecution in the 2005 shooting death of popular Falls Church resident Steve Cornejo. McDade made the promise this week in a letter published on […]
On the Run Summers in Virginia are usually characterized by hot weather and slow political activity.
There’s a very effective TV ad that warns young people about the dangers of steroid use, showing the ancient Greek statue of the discus thrower crumbling.
July 12 – 18, 2007
Maybe Bush’s outrageous commutation of Scooter Libby’s will help some folks recognize that this president and his cronies have more than normal self-interest or operative pragmatic scheming in mind.
June 28 – July 4, 2007
The past few weeks my work has taken me to Chicago and New York and I’m leaving for Los Angles tomorrow. I was very fortunate to be asked to speak at the Center on Halstead, a spectacular new GLBT community center that is a national treasure. The $20 million gem […]
F.C. Back in Court Vs. Fairfax Water ‘Cherry Picking’ Refusing to take “no” for an answer, City of Falls Church officials filed an appeal in the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals yesterday to overturn a ruling two weeks ago by a judge to dismiss its suit against Fairfax County’s water […]
You don’t have to look far to find the recurring theme of Laura Veirs’s latest release, Saltbreakers. There’s the title of the album, which is the same as the seventh track, which is the same as the band name. “Saltbreakers,” Veirs’s eloquent name for waves, are clearly very important to […]