Tag: donald trump

Your Views: We must condemn treason

To the editor: When retail owners in my hometown of Washington, D.C. began boarding up their storefronts in the early days of November for fear...

Alexandria natives describe experiences during Capitol Hill riot

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected]s.com Henry Rodgers was supposed to be in the Capitol on Jan. 6. Rodgers, senior congressional correspondent for the Daily Caller and...

Your Views: New hope for public schools

To the editor: The office of the Alexandria City Public Schools Superintendent appears to be preparing for a track meet as his expressed interest seems...

Our View: Thankfulness in 2020

This will surely go down as one of the strangest years on record, largely due to the coronavirus. At least 1.3 million people have died...

Your Views: Hutchings paints Trump supporters as racist

To the editor: Among the many outrageous statements made by Alexandria City Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Gregory Hutchings, Ed.D in his Nov. 12, 2020 column,...

Alexandrians react to the 2020 election

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] After a tense post-Election Day tally, former Vice President Joe Biden is projected to be the country’s 46th president, and...

Election Day 2020: Mark Warner, Don Beyer re-elected

By Missy Schrott | [email protected] The Associated Press declared Democratic nominee former Vice President Joe Biden the winner of Virginia at 7:31 p.m. on Election...

Ethical Reflections with Rev. Ian Markham: Toleration and political disagreements

The word toleration is often misunderstood. Often the word is applied to people who “enjoy hanging out with different types of people.” In truth,...

Our View: ‘Mask’ is not a bad four-letter word

In this hyper-partisan era, during this increasingly nasty election year, it seems that every action is a political statement. With 130,000 deaths and counting in...

Your Views: Democrats caused density problems

To the editor: It is worthwhile noting that protests against shutdowns are more common in less densely populated areas and states reopening sooner are more...