Was the Election Result Altered?

June 7, 2017 8:45 PM0 comments

While the focus of official Washington and the major media is now entirely on former FBI director James Comey’s testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee today, and to what extent his testimony will effectively indict Trump on “obstruction of justice” charges, there’s the bigger picture that cannot be lost in […]

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Would That It Were Her

May 31, 2017 9:07 PM0 comments

The person who won the popular vote for President of the U.S. by a robust margin of three million votes last November stepped to the podium for her first major public address last week, speaking to the graduating class of her college alma mater, to project her best sense of […]

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Congressman Beyer’s News Commentary: The Cruelty of Trump’s Immigration Enforcement

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Just last week, we witnessed again the cruelty of the Trump Administration’s immigration enforcement measures, as a Falls Church family was torn apart. Liliana Cruz Mendez was working in a local restaurant and raising two U.S.-born children with her husband, Rene Bermudez. Born in El Salvador, Liliana came to the […]

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Why I Am An Optimist

May 24, 2017 8:29 PM0 comments

Admittedly, it is hard to get one’s head around the total package of what the Trump administration represents and is unleashing against the American constitutional republic and its people. This is a whole new level of assault and if it is not stopped and remedied quickly, its results may become […]

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‘To Be Great, You Must Be Good’

May 17, 2017 7:15 PM0 comments

I was deeply honored this week when U.S. Senator and recently-past Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine went out of his way to provide an exclusive half-hour interview for my weekly newspaper, the Falls Church News-Press. It’s actually the third time this has happened as Kaine, now seeking re-election to […]

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Comey Still Key to The Russia Probe

May 10, 2017 7:06 PM0 comments

U.S. Senator Mark Warner of Virginia joined others on the Senate Intelligence Committee Wednesday suggesting that the committee might be interested in hiring James Comey, fired as head of the FBI by Trump Tuesday night and now as such a private citizen without a job. The most plausible explanation for […]

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Better Without The President

May 3, 2017 8:27 PM0 comments

The Washington Post coverage, the article by Dan Zak, of last weekend’s White House Correspondents Dinner was, on behalf of journalists everywhere, self-deprecating and decidedly underwhelming. Frankly, it marked a major and stupid oversight as its flagrant immaturity (the headline was, “Without You-Know-Who or the Who’s Who, They Soldier On […]

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The Great Energy Transition: Brilliant Light Shifts Course

April 27, 2017 10:46 AM0 comments

This week Brilliant Light Power released a new report updating the public on the progress they are making in developing their SunCell technology into a commercial product. The report also lays out a new marketing strategy for the technology. Two weeks ago, the Brilliant Light announced that they now have […]

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When the Russians Moved Far Right

April 26, 2017 7:45 PM0 comments

Congressman Don Beyer told me last week that his friend and fellow Virginian, U.S. Senator Mark Warner, has repeated numerous times in his company that the realities behind the alleged ties and collusion between Trump and the Russians are “far worse” than anyone not privy to classified information realizes. No […]

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Congressman Beyer’s News Commentary: President Trump’s Broken Promises on Jobs

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I built a small, successful family business over 40 years. I know what small businesses and working families need to succeed. I didn’t support Donald Trump for President, but when he won I said I wanted him to succeed. Along with my Democratic colleagues in Congress, I pledged to work […]

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