Brief Cases

Brief Cases is published occasionally to update information on previously published articles and/or to add comment upon them. Sometimes the content will be new, particularly as the material is deemed to be of note. ENDING GAY EXORCISMS Editors’ Note: VoxFairfax… Read More ›

Milk Model Muddles Marketplace

Most American shoppers and consumers are deeply familiar with milk to the extent that supermarket and grocery store purchases are familiarly and easily made, likely most often without reading the product label. While some dairy displays offer a variety of… Read More ›

Justices’ Dissents Inform

In several previous posts, VoxFairfax has called reader attention to Supreme Court dissents as opinions containing legal reasoning that may eventually become the majority. One recent dissent by Justice Sonia Sotomayor, however, reflected the sharp divide in judicial ideologies that… Read More ›

A Muddled Majority

Editors’ Note: See the following previous VoxFairfax articles on redistricting in Virginia: https://voxfairfax.com/2018/08/19/one-person-one-vote-in-congressional-elections/; https://voxfairfax.com/2019/07/08/virginias-path-to-one-person-one-vote-faces-dangers/; and https://voxfairfax.com/2019/04/22/landmark-redistricting-reform-passed-in-virginia/. On March 6, the Virginia House of Delegates, on a vote of 54-46, agreed to a Senate bill placing a constitutional referendum on the… Read More ›

Charity Scams Finally Scuttled?–Maybe

In the second month of VoxFairfax’s existence in April of 2018, we reported on a joint investigation by the Virginia and New York Attorneys General into the activities of several Falls Church veterans’ organizations involving questionable fundraising activities and possible… Read More ›

Gok’s Uncertainty Principle

Editors’ Note: Reporting based upon an article in The New York Times, March 2, 2020. For over three years now, or perhaps even longer, a number of Trump critics and observers have shared a sense of dismay that the President… Read More ›