It should come as no surprise that there was not a single Republican vote for the $819 billion stimulus package that passed the House last night.
True Colors Tour With Cyndi Lauper, D.A.R. Constitution Hall, Saturday, June 7, 6:30 p.m.
Our Man in Arlington
My Memorial Day weekend began with my six-year-old grandson proclaiming emphatically that “Wolling Thunder” had kept him awake all night. He lives in South Arlington between Glebe Road and Walter Reed Drive, major incoming routes for the tens of thousands of bikers coming in for the Rolling Thunder extravaganza on […]
Anything But Straight: Virginity Programs Take Root In Ivy League
If the empty mantra, “Just Say No,” failed to keep teenagers off of drugs, it certainly is not going to work for sex.
Verdi’s “Rigoletto,” performed by the Washington National Opera, March 29 through April 13, Kennedy Center Opera House.
David Brooks: The Voters Revolt
The Reagan administration had its pragmatists and its so-called ideologues. It had James Baker as well as Ed Meese.
Seattle SuperSonics at Washington Wizards, Verizon Center, Sunday, Jan. 6, 1 p.m.
David Brooks: Follow the Fundamentals
BEIJING — Lou Dobbs is winning. He’s not winning personally. He’s not going to start winning presidential awards or elite respect. But his message is winning. Month by month the ideas that once prevailed on the angry fringe enter the mainstream and turn into conventional wisdom.
Picking Splinters: Spoiled By Success
It will be an offseason of great change for the New York Yankees, but it seems that the flawed perceptions of the team’s ownership will endure, despite George Steinbrenner ceding operational control to his sons Hal and Hank. Last weekend, Hank Steinbrenner fired back at soon-to-be former manager Joe Torre. […]
Paul Krugman: No, Bush Hasn’t Betrayed Conservatism
There have been a number of articles recently that portray President Bush as someone who strayed from the path of true conservatism. Republicans, these articles say, need to return to their roots.