Marjorie McKenzie Lawson was an exceptional Woman of Washington. Born in 1912, she graduated from college as a Social Worker, before studying law at both Terrell and Columbia Universities. After her marriage to Belford V. Lawson, Jr., she joined his law practice at 2001 Eleventh Street, NW. For over six decades, she was a fixture on the District of Columbia political scene, and was equally well-known on Martha’s Vineyard where she kept a house.
By: Margaret Mulvihill September 17, 2014 One of the more enjoyable parts of my job is skimming the newspapers and checking the online media outlets for any news that might give my […]
By Peadar O’Maoileoin In 2007, Christopher Hitchens penned an exemplary essay with the pertinent title “Facing the Islamist Menace”. This protracted polemic is an equitable review of the book “America Alone: The […]
By John MacDonald, August 12, 2014 For some time now it has bothered me how the tide has turned against the classic blue dog, John F. Kennedy Democrats. The tide I […]
BY MARGARET MULVIHILL | JULY 2014 | This month, while thinking about the role of public relations in politics, I went back to the basics. I pulled the definitions of public relations, […]