This Congress is about to engage in the legislative equivalent of the gunfight at the OK Corral.
Congress is poised to act on two important pieces of legislation this week. The first will be to make achieving a college education less expensive and the second will be to end government welfare for big oil companies.
Virginia’s top housing official cautioned yesterday that serious danger is on the horizon for tens of thousands in the region whose home mortgages “are premised on escalating home prices.” William Shelton, director of the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development, told an audience gathered for the annual awards breakfast […]
It’s Labor Day weekend and, like always, there’s not a whole heckuva lot to do. It’s the last weekend before the NFL returns to action, school has yet to start— the only real action is Jerry Lewis’ telethon and that doesn’t get going until Sunday night.
The guns began early. By mid-July, Israel and her various adversaries were locked in combat with bombs falling, rockets flying, reserves mobilizing and casualties mounting. As the fighting increased, observers noted the similarities between the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand in 1914 and the provocative abduction of two Israeli soldiers by […]