Archives for 31 October 2006
The Manassas Journal-Messenger published an article by Alex Granados today regarding yesterday’s City Council action to engage with the Department of Homeland Security and establish a Memorandum Of Understanding with ICE and participate in the Section 287(g) program. The article gives a good blow-by-blow of how the work session went. Here’s an excerpt:
[Jackson] Miller’s motion […]
31 October 2006 | US Senate | Comments Off
This afternoon the blogosphere has been aflame with talk about an event that happened in Charlottesville today involving Allen campaign supporters who appeared to have roughed up someone believed to be a heckler.
My sources from Richmond have told me that today’s event in Charlottesville may have been caused by a “Michael Moore wannabe” who provoked […]
The official BVBL Voter’s Guide for 2006 is posted here. You can also find it in the right-hand sidebar.
The guide covers candidates and ballot initiatives for Prince William County, Manassas and Manassas Park. For readers outside the area, a listing of the candidates and ballot initiatives in your area can be found at […]
31 October 2006 | Uncategorized | Comments Off
50th District House of Delegates
Jackson Miller faces off against Jeanette Rishell to replace the late Harry Parrish. Jackson Miller has experience as an elected official as a Manassas City Councilman, and has served the community as a Prince William County police officer. He has proven himself as a dedicated conservative who will seek […]
31 October 2006 | Virginia Politics | Comments Off
Head on over to The Ward View for Bill Bolling’s statement on the Marriage Amendment. Here’s an excerpt to whet your appetite:
Knowing this, the General Assembly approved specific language earlier this year to make certain that these “unintended consequences” will not occur. During the 2006 session of the General Assembly legislators overwhelming gave […]
During the last candidates debate between Jackson Miller and Jeanette Rishell, Ms. Rishell protested Jackson Miller’s characterization of Unity In The Community as an activist organization. She emphatically stated that what Unity In The Community does is not protest or advocate for or against policy, but “merely observes”. This was repeated by Ms. Rishell at […]