President Bush Left Long List Of Farces Regarding his letter in last week’s edition, where was Mr. Flusche for the past eight years when we really needed him?
F.C. Police 1st to Achieve New Accreditation Standards The Falls Church City Police Department became the first in Virginia to meet the new sixth edition program manual standards of the Virginia Law Enforcement Professional Standards Commission when it was awarded accreditation last week.
The Survey Research Center of the University of Michigan has been tracking American economic perceptions since the 1950s. On Friday the center released its latest estimate of the consumer sentiment index — and it was a stunner. Americans are more pessimistic about their situation than they have been for more […]
What do Cinderella, vasectomies and Tommy Amaker have in common? They all appear in Mike Hume’s monthly magical mail bag.
The hallmark achievement for the “New Direction” 110th Congress so far has been passage of the Energy Independence and Security Act, a historic bill that will make America more energy independent, responsive to the global warming crisis, while also continuing to grow our economy.
The yearly assessments for area schools under No Child Left Behind came out last week, and the news for Northern Virginia was not very positive. Despite having some of the best schools in the country (according to a recent Newsweek report); 35% failed to meet Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) standards […]
August 2 – 8, 2007
This week, President Bush signed into law a bill dealing with Guantanamo Bay detainees and other enemy combatants of the U.S. Most troubling, the law allows the Bush Administration to lower the treatment standards for detainees, standards created by the Geneva Conventions nearly 60 years ago. This action poses a […]