Cellular Perspectives: Works by Betsy Stewart, and Patrick Craig, Comfort Zones: Paintings by Michele Montalbano. Spaces of Places: Tom Wagner.
The second of the three-phase trial to determine ownership of church properties now occupied by defectors from the Episcopal Church got underway in Fairfax yesterday, this phase centered on the constitutionality of an 1867 Virginia law. At issue is who will eventually own and occupy the properties such as the […]
WASHINGTON — President Bush is desperately in search of a foreign policy success on his current journey to the volatile Middle East.
Has there ever been a more feckless, less respected religious figure than the “Arch-Baby” of Canterbury, the Most Rev. Rowan Williams? Liberals ignore him, conservatives walk over him and through his stunning lack of leadership he has lost control of the Anglican Church.
Recounting stress As Janet Oleszak and Ken Cuccinelli prepare for a recount in a race apparently won by Senator Cuccinelli by 92 votes, I remember what happened to me 16 years ago.
Just because this is a new George Marshall’s boys basketball team, doesn’t mean they didn’t do their homework. Void of nearly all of last year’s semi-final Cinderella squad, the Statesmen still managed to tip off this year’s play with a strong showing, beating Falls Church 49-33 on Friday night at […]
With much fanfare, NBC-TV News officially determined this week to call the “sectarian strife” in Iraq now a civil war, and who besides George Bush and anyone else with their own political skin tacked to a garage door, can say otherwise?
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.