A hot topic in state legislatures is universal health coverage. Tired of waiting for the Congress to take action, states are striking out on their own, most notably Massachusetts.
WASHINGTON — It’s getting lonelier at the top for President Bush as his key staffers head out the door.
At 5 p.m. today at the D.A.R. Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C., the George Mason High School Class of 2007 will be graduated, and the commencement speech promises to be memorable. Michael Hoover, the head of the English Department, classroom English teacher, adviser to the senior class and to the […]
WASHINGTON — I remember how President John F. Kennedy constantly urged young people to go into public service, telling them it could be the crown of their careers.
In the last couple of weeks, Arlington Democrats felt the tremors of a political shift among some of the key players that will be interesting to watch, even if it is not quite as momentous as implied by the venerable Arlington Sun Gazette.
Falls Church City Schools Superintendent Dr. Lois Berlin’s decision to bail out the Falls Church City Council from a politically-unpopular decision to either raise the tax rate or cut the school budget was done at the expense of students of the school system. In her proposed budget presented Tuesday, she […]
WASHINGTON — The voters have sent a clear message to President Bush: It’s time to pull out of Iraq.
WASHINGTON — If the Democrats win control of the House in the Nov. 7 mid-term elections, Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., would likely be the first woman in U.S. history to become speaker of the House.
Today, five years after September 11th, I am concerned that we are not as safe as we could or should be. Our military misadventures in Iraq and inadequate Middle East policies have further stoked hatred against our nation, serving as a catalyst for those working to radicalize young Muslims against […]
GMU’s Fuller Predicts F.C. Set to Boom Read between the power-points, so to speak, and renowned regional economic prognosticator Dr. Stephen Fuller is still touting condos, and if he’s right that could be very good news for the City of Falls Church.