I finally got around to reading our Senator-elect’s novel Fields of Fire this week. To put it into a nutshell, it is a fine book, and you should put it on your holiday reading list.
The reaction of establishment columnist George Will and other Washington, D.C., stuffed shirts to Virginia Senator-elect James Webb’s snapping at President Bush last week is laughable.
As the News-Press went to press at 9:30 p.m. last night, the Associated Press and NBC declared James Webb the winner in Virginia and rumors abounded that incumbent Senator George Allen was about to concede.
Tuesday marked the 4th Anniversary of the House vote to authorize the President to go to war in Iraq. I sided with those opposed to granting this authority. It was one of the most important votes of my career and one that I do not regret.
Last Tuesday’s Washington Post brought the death notice of Joel T. Broyhill, long-time Republican Congressman from Arlington, which was then in the 10th Congressional District.
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 […]
WASHINGTON — The political fate of Democratic Sen. Joe Lieberman will be on the line in Tuesday’s Democratic primary in Connecticut, an election that has become a referendum on the war in Iraq.