There has been a lot written lately about the coming demise of America’s suburbs. The general thesis is that without cheap fuels for cars, lawnmowers and heating, suburban living will become untenable.
On Monday President-elect Obama introduced the folks that will lead the nation’s energy and environmental policies for the next four or possibly eight years.
Sichuan Wok resides in a small house amid the residential high-rises of Ballston – iconic of Northern Virginia’s urban-suburban evolution. In the same way, the Sichuan Chinese restaurant resists the neighborhood gentrification and offers hearty meals with plenty of tang at little cost.
This week the UN is to come up with a sanctions resolution that will keep Iran’s two million barrels a day of exports flowing and at the same time convince Tehran to give up on uninspected nuclear enrichment.