Worth noting: Vincent Gray, former D.C. mayor, returned to his first elected position, Council member from Ward 7.
The three subjects discussed at the 40-minute (30-minute?) meeting Dec. 6 were statehood, education and transportation.
As the Nov. 29 meeting — complete with "Don't Wing the Swing" T-shirts — wore on, the crowd became much more vocal.
Clinton could have lost Ohio and Florida and still won. By the way, let's get rid of the Electoral College.
The faces in the Trump crowds were exactly the same faces The Georgetowner's columnist saw in 1972 at Wallace rallies in Pennsylvania.
A look at some of the colorful characters on the current scene...
Will "Hillary Republicans" offset Trump's "silent supporters"? Will the Senate add Democrats? Will the outgoing president feel the sting of taxation without representation?
The state that is the most important for Hillary Clinton to carry is Pennsylvania. In a previous column, I wrote ...
Now that "the polls" are showing him in bad shape, Trump has changed his shtick.
White college-educated women who live in the voter-rich suburbs might very well be the group that delivers the presidency to Clinton.
What started out as a curious, amusing distraction has become a dangerous situation. When Donald Trump announced his candidacy for ...
Rudy Giuliani and Chris Christie sought to put the ultimate spin on the $916-million loss on Trump's 1995 tax returns.
Clinton needed a boost, and got one. But watch Trump lash back at the next debate.
Clinton must come off as not only smart and well-informed but likable. Any overt display of good manners on Trump's part might very well stun the audience.