For everyone who builds a place of contentment and peace amidst the bright lights and bustling streets of New York City, there is another struggling to find his path.
It does not take much thinking about the implications of peak oil before the concept of sustainability arises.
This week the House will vote on a budget resolution which lays the foundation for rebuilding our economy and laying the ground work for long term prosperity.
Three interesting headlines lately point to the new direction that the Obama administration’s economic fundamentals will be taking the nation and the world.
In response to global warming, some Falls Church residents are stepping up efforts to “green” their homes and workplaces to combat the 21st century challenge.
A few years ago, peak oil was relatively easy to understand. At some point in the future, and estimates varied as to exactly when, oil production was going to start declining due to a combination of geologic and geopolitical factors, prices were going to rise precipitously and a massive civilization-wrenching […]
If passed in Congress, the Obama administration’s stimulus package will create or save 99,000 jobs over the next two years in Virginia, according to a White House press release issued yesterday.
We are having an election for Governor in Virginia this year and, as could be expected, inboxes and mail slots are already filling with messages from the candidates.
As the economy spirals deeper and deeper into an economic morass, Washington’s attention this week is focused on the $900 billion economic stimulus package that is making its way through the Congress.
There has been a lot written lately about the coming demise of America’s suburbs. The general thesis is that without cheap fuels for cars, lawnmowers and heating, suburban living will become untenable.