There was some good news in the midst of Fairfax County’s dialogues on the current economy and next year’s anticipated budget challenges.
Some elections are defined by the gap between the rich and the poor. Others are defined by the gap between the left and the right. But this election will be shaped by the gap within individual voters themselves — the gap between their private optimism and their public gloom.
A third of George Mason High School students are habitual marijuana users, significantly higher than the national average which is one-in-four. This is according to the results of the most recent Pride Survey.
March 22 – 28 2007
It trumps by a considerable degree every other grizzly fact, incident or trend in the Iraq fiasco to date. The highly-credible survey published yesterday in the on-line edition of The Lancet reports that 654,965 Iraqis have died as the direct result of George Bush’s unilateral, unprovoked military invasion of a […]
LONDON – Conventional wisdom has it that Europeans and Americans disagree on just about everything, from how to deal with terrorism to whether George Bush should be president of the United States.