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Archives for January 2007

News Developing On Faisal Gill

24 January 2007 | 51st HOD District | 25 Comments

I’m hearing some rumors that the real story about the cancellation of Faisal Gill’s campaign kickoff is not what we’ve been lead to believe. Before I post what I have, I’d like to get some additional confirmation. If any readers out there have the inside story, and I know some of you do, […]

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Jackson Miller Tweaks The Nutballs

24 January 2007 | Zapatistas, Illegal Aliens, 50th HOD District | 20 Comments

Delegate Jackson Miller (R-50) has been getting a lot of press coverage (see the Manassas Journal-Messenger article here, WTOP here, and The Washington Times here) regarding HB2937 which prevents the disbursement of government funds to organizations which support illegal aliens. The bill has passed the Health, Welfare and Institutions committee with an amendment and […]

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Occoquan Supervisor Debate

23 January 2007 | Prince William County | 6 Comments

Tonight Mike May and Jeff Dion met in a Lake Ridge retirement home for a debate that was cordial and restrained. To declare a winner would require a debate where candidates actually engaged in a battle. In this debate filled with softball questions, run by an organization that seems to be afraid of […]

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Manassas Park: Fire For Effect

23 January 2007 | Rack & Roll Scandal | 6 Comments

I’m hearing that later on this week the Manassas Journal-Messenger is going to begin running a multi-part story on the Dave Ruttenberg Scandal by Alex Granados. Alex has spent weeks working on this story, and from who he’s talked to and the information he’s gotten, this should be a stunning expose of corruption in […]

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For Whom Is Faisal Gill Running?

22 January 2007 | 51st HOD District | 20 Comments

GoodbyeJim remains on the Faisal Gill hunt with a mention of the latest campaign finance reports here. I took a few moments to dig through Faisal Gill’s report, which looked a little unusual, as campaign finance reports are occasionally rather revealing about a candidate. There are a couple of interesting tidbits buried in […]

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PWCRC Meeting Cancelled

22 January 2007 | PWCRC | 8 Comments

The PWCRC Meeting for tonight has been cancelled due to the snow closing of Prince William County Schools.

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Vigilance Pays

22 January 2007 | Crime, Humor & Satire | 1 Comment

If you had any doubts about how effective an alert citizen can be in helping to maintain the quality of life in Manassas, all you have to do is peruse MySpace from time to time and find something like this to remove those doubts. To wit:

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Snow Closures

21 January 2007 | Uncategorized | Comments Off

Manassas City Schools and Prince William County Schools are closed tomorrow. The Federal Government is open with unscheduled leave permitted.

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Jeff Dion: Your Gay Scoutmaster

21 January 2007 | Prince William County | 13 Comments

James Young reports this evening that Democrat Jeff Dion, who is running for Occoquan Supervisor and whom is a practicing homosexual, has been acting as a Cub Scout Scoutmaster in defiance of the well known policy of the Boy Scouts of America which does not permit homosexuals to be scout leaders. This is outrageous.

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Gainesville Emergency Town Hall Meeting

20 January 2007 | Prince William County | 2 Comments

This just in…
Gainesville District Supervisor John T. Stirrup will hold an Emergency Town Hall Meeting on Wednesday, January 24, 2007 from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. in the Auditorium of Battlefield High School, 15000 Graduation Drive, Haymarket. The topic of this meeting is Power Lines - What You Can Do.Congressman Tom Davis, Congressman Frank […]

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Zapatistas On The QMCB Raids

20 January 2007 | Zapatistas, Illegal Aliens, Prince William County | 59 Comments

In it’s never-ending quest to provide as much media access as possible to Mexicanos Sin Fronteras (Mexicans Without Borders), the Manassas Journal-Messenger is once again covering this outrageous Zapatista front-group. This time, Nancy Lyall, the legal coordinator for the group, weighs in on the immigration raids that were conducted at Quantico Marine Corps Base […]

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Faisal Gill Campaign Implosion Watch

19 January 2007 | 51st HOD District | 7 Comments

Earlier today Charles over at TwoConservatives had the scoop on the cancellation of Faisal Gill’s campaign kickoff, and characterized it as a response to multiple requests by those working to help Mike May to postpone the event. Mike May is running for Occoquan Supervisor in a special election to be held on the 30th, […]

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Faisal Gill Kickoff Postponed

19 January 2007 | 51st HOD District | 20 Comments

Charles reports that Faisal Gill has contacted his suporters and decided to postpone his campaign kickoff, ostensibly to provide support to Mike May who is running for Occoquan Supervisor:

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An Upcoming Political Carnival

19 January 2007 | 51st HOD District | 3 Comments

An ongoing Grand Jury investigation in Alexandria is looking into handing down indictments stemming from the evidence uncovered in “operation greenquest” which raided a number of islamic charities, businesses, and the homes of principal officers of these organizations associated with the “Safa Group” in 2002. After years of digging through boxes of evidence and […]

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SB 827: Closing The Liberty Loophole

19 January 2007 | Virginia Senate | 1 Comment

Senator Devolites-Davis (R-34) has introduced SB 827 which has garnered a fair amount of attention from the other side of the aisle, particularly those on the far left. Vivian Paige, who usually does a great job digging into issues, decided to largely parrot talking points from the gun control crowd instead, possibly because for […]

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Are You Busy Saturday?

19 January 2007 | Blogs | 4 Comments

Ah, the joys of fatherhood. This Saturday afternoon Faisal Gill is having his campaign kickoff, and I was really looking forward to attending. But the social schedule of my four year old, which has recently become chock-full of birthday parties has intruded on my plans, and instead of enjoying the political drama of […]

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29th Senate District Call

19 January 2007 | 29th VA Senate | 8 Comments

As readers of the BVBL Intelligence Report were warned, a call has been issued for a convention to select the Republican nominee for the 29th Senate District. The call and deadlines are not unusual with the exception of the candidate filing deadline, which is set for January 27th, for a May 19th convention. […]

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Let’s Go To The Video Tape (#4)

18 January 2007 | Rack & Roll Scandal | Comments Off

90 Police Officer SWAT Raid: $274,500.
Two paid police informants arrested and released without charge: $500.
Two bottles of beer samples liberated in the raid: $0.
Not having to admit the raid was unlawful: Priceless.
See the raid video here, and here is a great post on it.

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QMCB Raided For — Illegals???

18 January 2007 | Illegal Aliens | 4 Comments

I’m hearing that there was a big immigration raid at Quantico Marine Corps Base today where a contractor got nailed for employing illegal aliens to perform on a Department of Defense contract. Plenty of illegal aliens were detained in the raid, and there were a few other actions in the area.
I seem to recall […]

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Transportation Deal

18 January 2007 | Virginia Politics | 6 Comments

The announcements regarding the Republican House-Senate transportation plan have been flying thick and fast today, and while there are a lot of devil-in-the-details components that need further review, it seems that a reasonable compromise has been achieved that won’t make everyone happy, but can at least leave most of us generally satisfied. Perhaps best […]

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