Here we have a post from the blog The Blue Ridge Muse.
This is Capitol Hill Blue's Doug Thompson -- who recently did a story called "George Allen's rampant racism: A long, sordid history" The picture shows him and his “old friend” Steve Jarding from Jim Webb's campaign. Very interesting relationship indeed. Lets read what Doug posts:
Three a.m. Dark. Pitch black. I notice a fresh batch of leaves on the driveway illuminated by the headlights as I head the Liberty down the driveway and make the right turn onto Sandy Flats road.
Time for the annual trip to Washington. A four-and-a-half hour drive, if all goes well, from the peace and serenity of the mountains to the madness of the National Capital Region.
Each year at this time I make the trek to DC for an appearance at The Washington Center for Politics and Journalism. Terry Michael, who runs the program, is an old friend as is Steve Jarding, an "adjunct lecturer in public policy" for the Kennedy School at Harvard who also ran Mark Warner's successful campaign for governor a few years back. Steve and I have been doing this road show for the center to talk about political campaign management to a group of interns for Washington-based media and news organizations with bureaus in the city.
Steve Jarding (right) and I do our road show at The Washington Center for Politics and Journalism (Photo by Terry Michael)
Now read ImNotEmeril's post about about Ken Shelton.