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Archives for March 2007

Lundberg Resigns

31 March 2007 | Fairfax County | 11 Comments

Too Conservative is reporting that FCRC Chairman Eric Lundberg has resigned.  I’ve spoken with Eric several times and found him to be a talented and dedicated, but extremely busy man who was truly an asset to Fairfax Republicans.  His departure from the Chairman’s position in the FCRC is going to leave a big hole to […]

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2A Repeal Appeal Proves A Point

30 March 2007 | Virginia Politics | 3 Comments

In light of Jim Webb’s terrific blunder with a staff member and a loaded firearm, and his subsequent mishandling of the scandal, I guess a lot of Democrats are eager to have this issue go away. Some are beginning to propose potential solutions, one of which is apparently to repeal the Second Amendment. […]

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Fitzsimmonds Fires Back

30 March 2007 | 29th VA Senate | 12 Comments

Bob Fitzsimmonds has responded to Senator Chuck Colgan’s recent announcement with his own statement that aggressively goes after Colgan’s pretty awful record.  Not only is the substance of this press release interesting, but the style paints a stark contrast of the challenger focusing on policy and issues, while the incumbent talks about personality and what […]

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Huge Fire Coolness

30 March 2007 | Manassas City | 6 Comments

I don’t think anyone has ever made a volunteer fire department look any cooler than this. Can someone in the city government PLEASE put this guy in charge of promoting the city of Manassas?

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Colgan Will Run For Re-Election

30 March 2007 | 29th VA Senate | 1 Comment

Virginia Senator Chuck Colgan provided Ben Tribbet with an advance copy of today’s announcement in which the Senator declares that he will indeed run for re-election this year. This ends weeks of speculation, confirming the collective opinion of respondents in the BVBL poll on the subject, and showing that they had a better read […]

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Bruce Roemmelt Panders Some More

30 March 2007 | 31st HOD District | 3 Comments

Bruce Roemmelt is working hard to invigorate his voting base, and gets a little love from the Washington Blade today in an article entitled “Virginia Democrat wins bipartisan gay support”. It’s pretty telling that all of Roemmelt’s campaign activities to date appear to be held in conjunction with gay activist groups such as the […]

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No Levy, No Range, No Problem?

30 March 2007 | Manassas City | 28 Comments

The Manassas City Council declined to add a potentially troublesome levy on city taxpayers last evening, instead raising the overall tax rate slightly from 81.5 cents to 85.5 cents per hundred dollars of assessed value.  The levy was intended to raise revenue so that a firing range for the Manassas City Police Department could be […]

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Guest Post Opportunity

29 March 2007 | 51st HOD District | 48 Comments

I had intended to show up at the Faisal Gill kickoff, but due to family obligations I can’t break away on Saturday to cover the event.  If any readers out there would like an opportunity to cover this and do a guest post, or simply provide a report on the event, let me know.  It’s […]

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Appeals Committee Upholds RPV Ruling

29 March 2007 | Loudoun County | 5 Comments

I just received word that the RPV decision to vacate the convention call issued by the Loudoun County Republican Committee has been upheld by the appeals committee. As of now the convention call will have to be re-done, and delegate filings will be reopened, unless the convention is scrapped in favor of a […]

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Friedman To Announce

29 March 2007 | 29th VA Senate | 7 Comments

Gary Friedman will soon announce that he will challenge Chuck Colgan for the Democratic nomination for the 29th Senate District.

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Mike Messier’s Mess

29 March 2007 | Prince William County | 13 Comments

Mike Messier, candidate for Sheriff of Prince William County, likes to tell voters that he’s a life-long Republican. With evidence that Democrat Lee Stoffregen is supporting his Republican primary campaign and rumors of him sending out letters on Mike Messier’s behalf, I thought it might be interesting to see what this “life-long Republican” has […]

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Arlington Can Keep Bruce Roemmelt

28 March 2007 | 13th HOD District | 4 Comments

Bruce Roemmelt apparently isn’t bothering to hold fundraisers within the district in which he is a candidate and has to go to Arlington in order to raise money from the Arlington Young Democrats and the Virginia Partisans Gay & Lesbian Democratic Club. And he’s the candidate that supposedly reflects the values and policy convictions […]

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On The Cowardice Of Jim Webb

28 March 2007 | US Senate | 12 Comments

The firestorm over the disgrace that is Jim Webb has actually begun to spawn in a very few corners of the Democratic Party a potentially useful debate regarding the Second Amendment. I’m actually happy to see that liberal orthodoxy hasn’t managed to run off the few remaining pockets of respect for the Constitution that […]

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Will Colgan Retire?

28 March 2007 | 29th VA Senate | 12 Comments

The big question in the 29th Senate District is whether or not Senator Chuck Colgan will announce his retirement. There’s been quite a bit of speculation here and elsewhere, with most others expecting that he will run, and my bet that he won’t. With the April 13th state filing deadline approaching quickly, that […]

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The Hidden Poison Pill?

28 March 2007 | Virginia Politics | 2 Comments

Governor Kaine has proposed a number of changes to HB 3202 which are being evaluated by members of the General Assembly as they prepare for their upcoming session.  As the details of these proposals are emerging, we’re starting to get a better picture on whether Kaine has tried to insert potentially unworkable changes into the […]

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VCDL Is Not Done With Manassas

28 March 2007 | Manassas City | 22 Comments

The Virginia Citizen’s Defense League has received an official response from Chief Skinner, and they’re not at all happy with the results. I can’t blame them. This investigation has been a whitewash, obvious evidence of police misconduct has been ignored, and about the only thing that the department seems to be interested in […]

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Manassas Park’s Taj Mahal

28 March 2007 | Manassas Park | 1 Comment

Manassas Park needs a new elementary school. Given that Manassas Park residents enjoy a tax rate about 20% higher than surrounding jurisdictions and that the city’s finances are in a precarious state, you’d imagine that frugality and efficiency would reign as they deal with another capital improvement project that just can’t seem to be […]

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Lingamfelter Ready For A Fight

27 March 2007 | 31st HOD District, Virginia House | 14 Comments

Delegate Scott Lingamfelter has a tremendous fundraiser this evening, with about 115 people in attendance to welcome George Allen back to Prince William County. The event was emceed by Delegate Jackson Miller, and the speakers were Senator Jay O’Brien, George Allen, and House Speaker Bill Howell. If you are a “Reagan Conservative”, this […]

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Beauchamp Going Indy?

27 March 2007 | Prince William County | 10 Comments

I heard this evening from a very reliable source that Lucy Beauchamp, who is running for the Republican nomination for Prince William County Clerk of the Court was gathering petition signatures at her last fundraiser. Since candidates for a Republican convention are not required to gather signatures, this is a bit unusual, but there […]

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Webb Apologists Hit 100 RPM

27 March 2007 | US Senate | 19 Comments

The spin starting to come out of Democrat circles regarding Jim Webb’s most recent incomprehensibly dumb move is just as inane as I could have hoped. Having lost possession of his handgun by negligently effecting an illegal firearms transfer in the District of Columbia, and then having the poor staffer walk into a federal […]

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