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Archives for April 2007

Drunks For Galligan

30 April 2007 | PWCDC, Virginia Senate | 13 Comments

From the looks of their new website, the Prince William County Democratic Committee seems to be focusing on a couple of School Board races and the Greg Galligan primary campaign in the 39th Senate District. In order to attract volunteers to work on these initiatives, it seems they have to resort to some unusual […]

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Help Ham Sandwich!

30 April 2007 | Prince William County | 6 Comments

The campaign for Ham Sandwich for Prince William County Commonwealth Attorney has been pretty encouraged by the response so far in the above poll.  If you haven’t voted yet, please do so.  Get your friends to vote, too.  My understanding is that campaign manager Dillon Pickle would like to announce the results in a press […]

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Pandak Raises $100

30 April 2007 | Prince William County | 5 Comments

Sharon Pandak has a bit of a reputation for being a lousy fundraiser, a proclivity she will definitely have to overcome if she is to have a chance at unseating Prince William County Board of Supervisors Corey Stewart. With the recent addition of county finance disclosures to the Virginia Public Access Project, we can […]

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Haymarket Soap Opera Makes The WashPo

30 April 2007 | Prince William County | 8 Comments

This weekend the Washington Post picked up on a story we reported on a couple of weeks ago regarding the most recent complaints filed against Haymarket Police Chief James T. Roop. The story fleshes out the current scandal a bit more, demonstrating how the Chief and one of his Sergeants are alleged to have […]

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A Stretch Too Far

29 April 2007 | Virginia Politics, Crime | 13 Comments

As stretches go, this is one of the longer ones.  GoodbyeKen has posted an article saying that Ken Cuccinelli was somehow responsible for the massacre at Virginia Tech because he opposed attempts to regulate private firearms transfers at gun shows.  SB 807 (in the 2005 session) had absolutely nothing at all to do with the […]

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Beauchamp Implodes

29 April 2007 | Prince William County | 24 Comments

The Washington Post published it’s article today regarding now-independent candidate for Clerk Of The Court Lucy Beauchamp, and essentially has thrown away any opportunity to have her grievances given serious consideration. I’ve rarely ever seen something so badly mismanaged as this campaign announcement, which comes across in the article as whiny and pathetic. […]

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BVBL Speaks At Manassas GOP Gala

29 April 2007 | Manassas City | 10 Comments

I was given the opportunity to speak at the Manassas GOP Gala this evening on the subject of political blogs and their influence on the political process, and it was a real pleasure to have this opportunity to speak in front of so many friends and readers. I followed 29th Senate District candidate Bob […]

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Beauchamp Goes Independent

28 April 2007 | Prince William County | 35 Comments

At tonight’s Manassas GOP Gala, candidate for Prince William County Clerk Michele McQuigg informed me that her opponent, Lucy Beauchamp has announced her intention to run as an independent in the race instead of continuing her efforts to seek the Republican nomination. Apparently Beauchamp hasn’t been too keen on her chances to win […]

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Dion For Delegate Goes Live

28 April 2007 | 51st HOD District | 9 Comments

I see that Jeff Dion has revamped his campaign website from his failed bid for Occoquan Supervisor, and now has his campaign committee identified as “Jeff Dion For Delegate”. Although he failed in his bid to become a county supervisor, he’s using that failed effort to try to vault him into contention for an even […]

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Webb Staffer Avoids Prosecution

27 April 2007 | US Senate | 16 Comments

I see that Democratic politics are alive and well in Washington, DC, with the dismissal of all charges against Senator Jim Webb’s aide Phillip Thompson for carrying a concealed, loaded weapon through the District of Columbia and into a Senate office building. Everyone is equal, but some are more equal than others. Of […]

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Metz Middle School Incident

27 April 2007 | Manassas City | Comments Off

I’ve heard that there are reports being aired on WMAL this afternoon about an incident at Metz Middle School involving a school security officer and a thirteen year old student. The backstory I’m getting is that this student is a well-known troublemaker who received somewhere in the neighborhood of seventeen suspensions last year, and […]

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Faisal Gill Amends Finance Report, Concerns Mount

27 April 2007 | 51st HOD District | 61 Comments

Faisal Gill has filed an amended campaign finance disclosure which increases the amount paid to Tom Kopko for “web site design” and assistance in filing campaign finance reports to $2,000 from $1,000. This is in addition to $4,000 paid to Huberspace for “web hosting”, making Faisal Gill’s campaign website one of the most expensive […]

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Ham Sandwich Challenges Ebert To Debates

27 April 2007 | Prince William County | 13 Comments

This is too good to pass up: Ham Sandwich is challenging Prince William County Commonwealth Attorney Paul Ebert to a series of monthly debates. Will Ebert step up to this challenge?

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50th District Rematch

27 April 2007 | 50th HOD District | 2 Comments

By the looks of today’s article in the Manassas Journal-Messenger, it looks like this year’s election campaign in the 50th House District is going to look a whole lot like last year’s.  “Livability Court” proposals and cries of extremism from Jeanette Rishell, and a campaign focused on reducing the number of illegal aliens in the […]

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Amnesty Advocates Call for Sanctuary

26 April 2007 | Illegal Aliens | 11 Comments

The coordinator of the National Capital Immigration Coalition, an organization which apparently has no presence whatsoever other than in front of friendly media outlets, is calling for DC to become a “sanctuary city”, and demands a halt to enforcement actions by the Immigrations and Customs Enforcement Agency of the Department of Homeland Security. This […]

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Zapatistas In Our Schools

26 April 2007 | Zapatistas, Prince William County | 16 Comments

There are several local organizations that promote amnesty for illegal aliens in Virginia. Readers should be familiar with Mexicanos Sin Fronteras and the Woodbridge Worker’s Committee who are active in Prince William and Manassas politics. There’s nuevasraices.com also, a spanish-language website which has sprung up and is serving the central part of the […]

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Ham Sandwich Momentum

25 April 2007 | Prince William County | 18 Comments

The write-in candidacy of “Ham Sandwich for Commonwealth Attorney” looks like it’s going to become a full-blown campaign by the looks of the new campaign website that’s popped up. They’re even talking about raising money through a PAC in order to buy yard signs and bumper stickers to promote the campaign. How you […]

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Reminder: HSM Meeting Tonight

25 April 2007 | Illegal Aliens | 9 Comments

Help Save Manassas has a meeting tonight at the Manassas City Hall at 7:30PM, with Delegate Jackson Miller providing an overview of legislation introduced in the General Assembly this year regarding illegal aliens.  Now that an organization is in place, tonight will focus on what that organization will do.  Be there.

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Fireworks In The 28th

24 April 2007 | 28th VA Senate | 10 Comments

Joe Graziano, one of the candidates seeking the Republican nomination in the 28th District, is none to happy with Speaker Howell’s recent endorsement of late entry Richard Stuart. Stuart completed part of one term as Commonwealth Attorney on the Northern Neck, and apparently thinks he’s in a position to compete with Pollard, since […]

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More On The Latest Badge Seizure

24 April 2007 | Prince William County | 51 Comments

On April 19th I mentioned a story about the confiscation of another set of Sheriff’s Department credentials that had been issued by Lee Stoffregen that had been told by Major John Collier during the campaign kickoff for Sheriff Glen Hill.  As seems to happen with some regularity, a Mike Messier supporter complained that the story […]

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