Democratic contender James Webb is on the verge of one of the great political upsets in the history of Virginia. As we move to the election on Tuesday, polls continue to show him with a thin but perceptible lead over incumbent U.S. Senator George Allen in a race that has […]
Inside of Lou Jones’s Falls Church home, her art engulfs you. There is her eccentrically shaped green cactus, whose branches twist in all sorts of directions. Then there is an enticing framed painting — a navy blue background, dotted by tiny, colorful oval that ran across the five-by-six foot piece.
My favorite line from “The State of the Union,” now being performed at the Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.C., is this (paraphrased fairly accurately), spoken a political operative promoting a campaign for the presidency:
When is the last time you heard someone brag about the batteries they use?