WASHINGTON — The Bush administration is showcasing its top general in Iraq in an effort to sell more war to Congress.
With the events of this week, it’s starting to seem like the entire right wing in America is made up of some combination of self-loathing closet gays, brazen hypocrites, and downright mean people.
WASHINGTON — During the Cold War, President Dwight D. Eisenhower often said that he would go anywhere, any time, any place in pursuit of peace.
WASHINGTON — If there is one federal agency that should always be squeaky clean, it is the Justice Department.
WASHINGTON — Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., the leading candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination next year, must regret her support for President Bush’s decision to invade Iraq back in 2003.
The father of State Sen. Mary Margaret Whipple, whose 31st District includes the City of Falls Church, died at age 94 in College Station, Texas, on January 14.
WASHINGTON — President Bush picked Iraq as his preemptive battleground nearly four years ago and now is asking a war-weary country to give his military escalation a chance to work.
WASHINGTON — The blue-ribbon Iraq Study Group has told the American people they can look forward to more war and bloodshed in Iraq for at least another year.
It’s been a few weeks, and now we can call it. Last month’s “macaca” remark by Virginia Sen. George Allen was a “career ending moment.” It sometimes happens like that in politics. A single moment, a single phrase, can sometimes make or break an election or an entire career.
The behavior of Virginia Senator George Allen last week can only leave folks shaking their heads. Singling out a person of non-Anglo appearance for a derogatory, if not racial, slur and the suggestion that he, apparently by virtue of his appearance alone, cannot be familiar with Virginia, was about the […]