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THIS WEEK IN HISTORY . . .

JUNE 1-10   JUNE 3, 1937:  Duke of Windsor marries Wallis Simpson. JUNE 3, 1972:  Sally Priesand becomes first woman rabbi ordained in the United States. JUNE 4, 1989:  Hundreds of protesters die in Tiananmen Square, Beijing. JUNE 5, 1968: … Read More ›

LOVING POCAHONTAS DAY

Pocahontas and John Rolfe were married in 1615, producing a son, Thomas. Mildred and Richard Loving were married in 1958 and had three children. Although more than 400 years separated these two couples, their stars crossed in 1967. At the… Read More ›

HOW TO “NO COMMENT” A PUBLIC COMMENT

Our readers will recall that VoxFairfax reported previously regarding the fundraising activities of two Falls Church not-for-profit organizations—The Center for Homeless American Veterans [CHAV] and the Circle of Friends of American Veterans [COFAV]—following public disclosure that the two were under… Read More ›

U P D A T E S . . .

HELLER AND GUN CONTROL “Justice Scalia would be proud,” wrote Judge William Young of the Massachusetts Federal District Court in referring to Justice Antonin Scalia’s 5-4 majority opinion in the 2008 case of District of Columbia v. Heller. VoxFairfax offered commentary… Read More ›