Adrian Fenty

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  • Hotter than July

    What will it take to turn around D.C. Public Schools? With all the hot air that blows around Washington, you'd think the answer would be a shot or two of freon.


  • Letters to the Editor

    Will Fenty really challenge the gun-ban ruling? I do not believe that Mayor Adrian Fenty truly intends to appeal the Parker v. the District of Columbia decision, which protested the District gun ban ("City to appeal overturning of handgun ban," Metropolitan, Tuesday).


  • Letters to the Editor

    Will Fenty really challenge the gun-ban ruling? I do not believe that Mayor Adrian Fenty truly intends to appeal the Parker v. the District of Columbia decision, which protested the District gun ban ("City to appeal overturning of handgun ban," Metropolitan, Tuesday).


  • Assault on Second Amendment

    A useful illustration of how American freedom could fade away can be seen in a contrast between the city government of Newton, Mass., in 1775, and the city government of Washington, D.C., in 2007.


  • Assault on Second Amendment

    A useful illustration of how American freedom could fade away can be seen in a contrast between the city government of Newton, Mass., in 1775, and the city government of Washington, D.C., in 2007.


  • Fenty's gun follies

    It's about time the Supreme Court cleared up the confusion surrounding the Second Amendment. For decades, municipalities have passed severe restrictions on firearms, up to and including handgun bans, and the nation's circuit courts don't agree on the issue. The high court heard its last Second Amendment case in 1939.


  • D.C. United urges its fans to voice stadium support

    D.C. United has quietly employed its fan base in urging the District to support the team's plans for a soccer-only stadium at Poplar Point in Southeast in hopes the facility can be built in time for the 2010 Major League Soccer season.


  • D.C. United urges its fans to voice stadium support

    D.C. United has quietly employed its fan base in urging the District to support the team's plans for a soccer-only stadium at Poplar Point in Southeast in hopes the facility can be built in time for the 2010 Major League Soccer season.


  • Group to continue with schools pacts

    THE WASHINGTON TIMES The New York-based nonprofit group founded by acting D.C. schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee will continue working on the nearly $1 million in school consulting contracts it received weeks before Mrs. Rhee was appointed.


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