February 14 – 20, 2008
The History of Deadlocked Party Conventions, Brushing Up on Your Trivia.
The President’s 8th and final budget was released this week. It charted a familiar path: more deficit spending, a failure to include the costs of off-setting alternative minimum tax (AMT) relief, a failure to include the true costs of the war and a failure to provide pay parity for our […]
WASHINGTON — With a year to go in the White House, President Bush has said he will sprint to the finish line.
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The odds are now better than even that the U.S. economy is sliding or has already slid into a recession. The housing market downturn and sub prime mortgage crisis are the catalysts for a major economic downswing that looks to last well into 2009. The latest retail reports indicate a […]
WASHINGTON — Like it or not, race and gender will play roles in the choice of a Democratic presidential standard bearer.
WASHINGTON — President Bush is desperately in search of a foreign policy success on his current journey to the volatile Middle East.
Fairfax County’s 11th Urban County Board of Supervisors took the oath of office on Wednesday evening, December 12, before hundreds of onlookers at the Fairfax County Government Center. The soaring glassed atrium resounded with repeated applause as Judge Stanley P. Klein of the Fairfax Circuit Court, attired in a black […]
RINDGE, N.H. — The first thing you notice about Mike Huckabee is that he has a Mayberry name and a Jim Nabors face. But it’s quickly clear that Huckabee is as good a campaigner as anybody running for president this year.