WASHINGTON –If history repeats, the loser of this year’s presidential election will blame the news media.
Face-Off Sharpens Contrast Between CBC Slate, Others In the first of two faceoffs before the May 6 City of Falls Church municipal election, six candidates vying to fill three seats on the City Council debated the best pathways to a sustainable future last night.
During the past week, the surge in oil prices continued with crude, gasoline and diesel prices all hitting new highs.
Two events will give the seven candidates running to fill three Falls Church City Council seats an opportunity to face off prior to the May 6 election, it was announced this week.
April 3 – 9, 2008
As most of you know, I define myself as a “yellow dog” Democrat. The term has a murky history, but generally means that I would vote for any Democrat, even if it was a yellow dog. (I have occasionally voted Republican, but that is another story.)
The continuing flap over Barack Obama’s former pastor, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, serves as a sobering reminder of the true state of affairs, when it comes to race and class differences, in our land. All of the platitudes and self-righteous disclaimers notwithstanding, America remains deeply divided, and whenever indisputable evidence […]
Wants Campaign in F.C. ‘Based on the Facts’
Two years ago, many citizens were disappointed when the City of Falls Church held its first uncontested election for City Council in two decades. This year, as the filing deadline passed Tuesday, no less than eight candidates have filed to compete for three Council seats, making it the most heavily […]
As Tuesday’s filing deadline for the May 6 Falls Church municipal election approaches, petitioning has been fast and furious around the city this week. So far, two independent candidates for the three contested seats on the City Council have been certified for the ballot by the Registrar of Voters.