Monthly Archives: July 2012

Kaine Steps Up

I agreed (and occasionally disagreed) with Tim Kaine, while he was Governor.  But for one thing I’ll always give him credit:  he was never afraid to solve a problem. That’s what makes him the better candidate for U.S. Senate. The … Continue reading Continue reading

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Freedom of Speech in Today’s America

Imagine a community where a business owner can only open a store if his political opinions match those of the ruling class. Kim Il Sung’s North Korea?  Castro’s Cuba? Or Boston, Chicago, and San Franciso in today’s United States. The “controversy” over … Continue reading Continue reading

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W&OD 10K: Post-Race Report

Saturday, July 28 was the annual 10K race along the W&OD Trail sponsored by “The Friends of the W&OD”  (shout-out to my friend Jay Wind).  It was a festival atmosphere with several conservation and outdoors groups setting up booths for … Continue reading Continue reading

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