Rep. Davis in NY Times, Snyder In Letter to N-P Two prominent Northern Virginia Republican politicians publicly criticized their party this week, one attributing his disdain as contributing to his decision to opt out of politics, and the other angrily disassociating with the Virginia GOP.
WASHINGTON – The American people will have a clear choice in the Nov. 4 presidential election, now that both parties have picked their candidates.
The first thing that struck me about the Republican National Convention in St. Paul was the stunning lack of diversity.
“Picturing Politics 2008: Artists Speak to Power,” at Arlington Arts Center (3550 Wilson Blvd., Arlington). Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The exhibit runs through Sept. 27. Call 703- 248-6800 or visit arlingtonartscenter.org.
The Washington pundits who brought us George W. Bush’s presidency and the Iraq fiasco have reached a consensus that John McCain came across as “more presidential” at mega church pastor Rick Warren’s faith forum.
It must be appreciated that the current Russian military operation in Georgia comes in the context of eight years of a profoundly-destructive Bush administration thuggish, unilateralist foreign policy.
We just returned from a wonderful trip to Europe. We spent two weeks cruising along the Danube, Main, and Rhine rivers, and various canals between them, from Budapest to Amsterdam. We spent an additional four days in Budapest and Amsterdam.
The worst-ever president of the United States strutted into the Rose Garden again yesterday to berate Congress for resisting his pressure to open up offshore oil drilling.
Letters to the Editor for the July 10 – 16, 2008 edition.
It was a striking admission, in the State of the Union address, from America’s oilman-in-chief. It may have been a long time coming, but Republicans and Democrats alike applauded President Bush for telling the unvarnished truth about a country that has just 3% of the world’s oil reserves but uses […]