As one of the leaders of the Senate, I have been in Richmond this week with the newly-elected Senators while they attend New Member Orientation.
F.C. City Hall
Pending formal approval by the Falls Church City Council, a $435,000 face lift to the East Wing of the Falls Church City Hall is slated to begin in October. It is not to be confused with a larger, long-term City Hall feasibility plan for which the Council OK’d funds to […]
It seems that every week there is a new report that reveals shortcomings in the work of the federal government.
Our Man in Arlington
In the last couple of weeks, Arlington Democrats felt the tremors of a political shift among some of the key players that will be interesting to watch, even if it is not quite as momentous as implied by the venerable Arlington Sun Gazette.
Anything But Straight: The Impending Purge
In 1995, I arrived in Washington, DC as a fresh faced and doe-eyed twenty five year old. I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do for a living, but I thought working on Capitol Hill might be interesting and the big buildings looked kind of cool. Although I had just […]