(This is the first of three News-Press interviews with all three of the candidates running for the Democratic nomination for governor of Virginia in June.)
It is an odd time to be gay in America. Whether you are celebrated or despised depends on where you stand at any given moment.
Leading into perhaps the most important election of our lifetime, with the contrast so stark between the directions the nation will head under one or the other of the presidential candidates, the News-Press reiterates its wholehearted endorsement of Sen. Barack Obama for President of the U.S., of Mark Warner for […]
Flaw in F.C. Voting Machines Detected Former Falls Church City Treasurer H. Robert Morrison reported to the News-Press Tuesday that when he went to vote absentee for the Nov. 4 presidential election this week, he discovered what he called “a serious flaw” that apparently exists on all the City’s voting […]
Make no mistake about it: the heaviest lifting for the races for president and the U.S. Senate in the next month in Virginia will necessarily happen right here
American presidential politics went from the sublime to the ridiculous within little more than 12 hours last week.
Falls Church’s own freshman U.S. Senator Jim Webb reminded a standing-room-only crowd crammed into a Northwest Washington bookstore Tuesday that he was “primarily a writer” before the Katrina disaster of September 2005 stirred him to run for public office.
Sen. John McCain has once against thrust the burden for solving the energy crisis on individual families in the U.S. “It has to start at home,” he said yesterday, ignoring the overwhelming evidence that it is deep ideological opposition to any regulation of speculative investment by leaders in his party […]
Report of Funnel Cloud Over Downtown F.C. CNN-TV News reported at 3:35 p.m. EDT yesterday that a tornado funnel cloud had been identified by the National Weather Service directly above the intersection of Annandale Road and S. Washington St. (Rt. 29) in downtown Falls Church. CNN used “Google Earth” to […]
Sen. Barack Obama’s religious denomination of choice, the progressive, 1.2-million-member United Church of Christ, announced yesterday that the Internal Revenue Service has backed away from its controversial scrutiny of the church body.