$3 Billion in Cuts as ‘Philosophical Divide’ Persists It’s going to be an ugly 45-day legislative session that gets underway in Richmond next week. Decisions on almost $3 billion in state budget cuts, due to the economic downturn, face the same “philosophical divide” between liberals and moderates, on one side, […]
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 […]
The operative word this week was not “recession,” but “panic.” It even made it into the banner headline of the Washington Post. A “cat crossed your grave” shudder swept over the planet at the beginning of the week, sending markets reeling and investors running and screaming in the streets from […]
About a year ago, the News-Press got in trouble with some folks (we’re always so bad!) for publishing an exclusive report on declining trends in the regional real estate market that included expert insights from inside the realty business. Lots of real estate types got their knickers in a twist […]
The hammer came down on Falcons quarterback Michael Vick on Tuesday. The axe should come next.
It has been at least six weeks since an Our Man in Arlington column has appeared, and you deserve an explanation.
Enough, already, with all this holiday music clogging our favorite stations!