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Ride That Pony (access required)

Occasionally, just occasionally, mind you, a judge might be accused of getting up on his or her high horse. Check out the photo. That’s Fairfax Circuit Judge Terry Ney up on a real horse. The judge reported that he long ...

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South of which border? (access required)

Ordinarily, the Virginia General Assembly is the branch of government that has the power to redraw the map of the commonwealth, by periodically recasting the state’s electoral districts. But earlier this month, some of Southwest Virginia’s judges found the map ...

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More on Monroe (access required)

In the April 21 edition, in a note about the ongoing name controversy at Mary Washington College, this column noted that America’s fifth president, James Monroe, doesn’t have a college named for him. That needs to be amended: He doesn’t ...

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Traffic jam (access required)

Back in the 1960s, a one-hit band from England, “Four Jacks and a Jill” had one hit, that ended with the line, “It’s a strange, strange world that we live in, Master Jack.” Amen to that: Here’s a Northern Virginia ...

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