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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Jim Moran
In his short time on the often-freewheeling Alexandria political scene, Charles Severance made an impression.
No, Rep. Jim Moran doesn't want veterans to knock on neighbors' doors and introduce themselves as a high-risk "powder keg of post traumatic stress" because of service in combat.
A retiring congressman has lost his quixotic bid to give members of Congress $25 a day to help with their living expenses in Washington.
If politicians want to get treated like business tycoons, they should accept the responsibilities of a businessman, too.
Television talk-show star and acclaimed actress Oprah Winfrey is set to host a fundraiser for Democrat Lavern Chatman, who is running to fill the U.S. House seat of a longtime Northern Virginia congressman.
Two U.S. House seats in the northern Virginia suburbs are open for the first time in decades, but the races to succeed Republican Frank Wolf and Democrat Jim Moran are shaping up very differently.
Rep. Jim Moran of Virginia rarely holds his tongue (and never his punches), but he was the loyal Democratic soldier when it was time to vote for Obamacare. His pending retirement from Congress has freed him now to finally say what he thinks about the president's takeover of the nation's health care.
Veteran Rep. Jim Moran, a pugnacious Democrat who made headlines as an early, outspoken opponent of the Iraq War and for saying during the Monica Lewinsky scandal that he might like to punch Bill Clinton in the nose, announced Wednesday that he will retire from Congress after 12 terms representing northern Virginia.
Virginia Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II, who cast his own ballot in the Virginia governor's race Tuesday morning, says he's still making calls to undecided voters and that reading tea leaves on any broader implications for the race is best left to the professional prognosticators.
As lawmakers on Capitol Hill battle over whether to close the detention facility in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, a four-member congressional delegation from Virginia, led by Democratic Rep. Jim Moran, traveled there Friday. Rep. Frank Wolf, a Republican, released a statement Tuesday saying that upon touring the facility, he has determined there is no torture or abuse going to warrant its closure.
Fifty Shades of Grey, the salacious best-selling E. L. James novel often referred to as "Mommy Porn," is the most popular reading material among Guantanamo detainees in the secretive Camp Seven, Rep. Jim Moran learned last week.
Jim Moran has easily vanquished a little-known challenger in the 8th District Democratic primary as he seeks his 12th term in Congress.
Asian and African aliens are traveling around the country taking American jobs, and one politician wants to put a stop to it. The catch is, the fight is over circus animals.
"You have to rob Peter's pocket to pay Paul," Rep. Jim Moran, D-Va., said. "For example, they're willing to add money for the (National Instant Criminal Background Check System) for guns but they want to take it out of the National Science Foundation salaries. That's tough for me. I've got the National Science Foundation in my district."
"It was a questionable means of securing political support," Moran said, recalling that Severance was dressed all in black.