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Archives for December 2006

Chief Deane To Fight 287(g) Program, Again

18 December 2006 | Prince William County | 4 Comments

The Manassas Journal-Messenger reports that Chief Deane is planning to deliver a recommendation that Prince William County not seek to participate in the 287(g) Program as happened with the local police chiefs when the program was considered, and ultimately adopted by the City of Manassas.  The Prince William County Board of Supervisors is scheduled to […]

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Colgan’s Conundrum

17 December 2006 | 29th VA Senate | 29 Comments

Senator Charles Colgan was elected to the Virginia Senate in 1976 and has served in elective office since 1972, He is 79 years old, and is faced with a very difficult decision. Although I’ve had my differences with Senator Colgan, I don’t envy the decision he is faced with nor the pressure he’s […]

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Jeff Dion Gets Help?!?

17 December 2006 | Prince William County | Comments Off

UPDATE: Since the time of this posting Mr. Bouchillon has done a tremendous job of turning things around and his website has dramatically improved. I now visit and comment on his website fairly frequently, and am very pleased to have this unpleasantness behind us. Mr. Bouchillon is rare testament to the power of […]

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Jeff Dion’s Bizarre Weekend

16 December 2006 | Prince William County | 3 Comments

Jeff Dion, the hapless Democrat running for Occoquan Supervisor spent today lashing out at Democrats and Republicans alike now that he knows he has an uphill battle against Republican Mike May. I knew he would have to go negative in order to have any shot at being competitve, but right now he’s acting a […]

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It’s May’s Day

16 December 2006 | Prince William County | Comments Off

As expected, Mike May pulled off a decisive win in the Republican convention for Occoquan Supervisor with a 59.75% - 40.25% win over John Gray in weighted votes. (Yes, my prediction was a little off) Turnout was high, which bodes well for Republican participation in the Special Election which will be held January 30th.
The […]

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Prince William County Talks About ICE Training

16 December 2006 | Illegal Aliens, Prince William County | Comments Off

On Tuesday the Prince William County Board of Supervisors will receive a staff presentation on the Section 287(g) Program and about how the Manassas City Council wants to implement the program at the Aduclt Detention Center. I expect there will be some discussion, and it may be a good opportunity for citizens to weigh […]

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Occoquan Convention Tomorrow

15 December 2006 | Prince William County | 4 Comments

Tomorrow is the Republican convention which will select the nominee for the Special Election for Occoquan Supervisor to be held at the end of January. Mike May and John Gray will be facing off.
If you’re a delegate, make sure you’re in line before 9AM.
Although the number of delegates filed by each campaign is fairly […]

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Maureen Gets A Stalker

15 December 2006 | Blogs, Manassas City | 9 Comments

UPDATE: Since the time of this posting Mr. Bouchillon has done a tremendous job of turning things around and his website has dramatically improved. I now visit and comment on his website fairly frequently, and am very pleased to have this unpleasantness behind us. Mr. Bouchillon is rare testament to the power of […]

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Simple Question, Easy Answer

15 December 2006 | Crime, Prince William County | 8 Comments

Supervisor Wally Covington has asked a simple question: how much are illegal aliens costing the county? I’m sure the answer will amount to “too much.”
Hopefully the staff report which will result will cause the Prince William County board to join with the Manassas City Council in engaging with the Department of Homeland Security in […]

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Robber Gets A Dirt Nap

15 December 2006 | Crime | 1 Comment

The Manassas-Journal Messenger reports that we have one less bank robber to concern ourselves with.
Click here to read the story.
Unsurprisingly, the suspect was killed after he robbed a Wachovia branch, which posted a “no guns” sign.  Go figure.

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Yes Virginia, There Are No Hispanic Sex Offenders

14 December 2006 | Crime | 22 Comments

A BVBL reader invited me to take a look at the Virginia Sex Offender Registry and confirm their impression that there seems to be a complete absence of any hispanic sex offenders in the registry, and indeed, that appears to be the case. A review of the records, at least in Northern Virginia, indicates […]

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The Park Antics Continue

14 December 2006 | Rack & Roll Scandal | 6 Comments

If you can follow the sequence events outlined in todays Manassas Journal-Messenger article, you’ll see that the ongoing fued between the Manassas Park City Council and Dave Ruttenberg, operator of Rack & Roll Billiards is heating up. It seems that because of some differeing viewpoints which have developed within the city administration, Mr. Ruttenberg […]

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Stunning Story On Shaun Kenney

13 December 2006 | Blogs, US Senate | 11 Comments

Via NLS I saw Shaun Kenney is making the claim that the Webb campaign has amassed opposition research dossiers on a number of Virginia bloggers which they intended to use in order to counter any negative coverage of the campaign. Shaun writes:
If you are a Virginia blogger, chances are that the Webb campaign has […]

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Jail Project Information, Finally

13 December 2006 | Manassas City | 10 Comments

Councilman Andy Harrover has promised to find out what’s going on regarding the developing story about a jail expansion near Manassas Airport, and has come through with an explanation for us. He writes:
Gentlepeople:
As I now understand it, the genesis of this entire thing has, at its root, two seperate things.
1. Many years ago, the […]

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The House of Delegates Cowboys Up

13 December 2006 | Virginia House | 2 Comments

Now this is what I was talking about!
Several members of the House of Delegates from Northern Virginia called upon Governor Tim Kaine to dedicate all new state spending in 2007 to transportation. Kaine is scheduled to deliver to the General Assembly money committees this Friday his revisions to the state’s current budget enacted earlier this […]

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More Calls For Paper

13 December 2006 | Virginia Politics | Comments Off

GOTV is announcing an effort today to encourage legislation on “verified voting” and cites some bipartisan support for the measure. I’ve talked a little about this in the past, and even done a little reductio ad absurdum posting on this. The intent here is absolutely laudable, but I’d caution people to grasp just […]

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Primary Fight for Hill

13 December 2006 | Prince William County | 8 Comments

It looks like Sheriff Glen Hill will have to fight to win the Republican nomination for his re-election campaign. Fairfax County Deputy-Sheriff and Haymarket resident Michael Messier has announced that he intends to seek the nomination. See here and here.
I have not heard too many bad things about Sheriff Hill and a great […]

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BOCS Takes Sides, Dominion Loses

13 December 2006 | Prince William County | 5 Comments

As expected, the Board of County Supervisors for Prince William County unanimously passed a resolution opposing Dominion Power’s plans to construct a half-million volt transmission line across portions of the county. While Dominion still intends to file for permission to build with the SCC, it’s clearly not going to have the support of the […]

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Only A Few Get Squinty For Dion

12 December 2006 | Prince William County | 4 Comments

I’ve eagerly awaited the photos from Jeff Dion’s kickoff, and they do not disappoint. There aren’t a whole lot, but they do tell an interesting story.
The last photo in the series is the typical crowd shot with the candidate. In the background you notice a very small crowd of perhaps eleven people, and […]

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More Jail Expansion Evidence

12 December 2006 | Manassas City | 4 Comments

Several years back, when the City Of Manassas was budgeting for the most recent expansion of the Adult Detention Center by 200 beds, they decided to devote some funds from the FY2002 General Fund and the FY2005 Bond Issue to not only finance the expansion we’ve all heard about, but to spend $473,000 to buy […]

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