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Archives for May 2007

You Can’t Please Everyone, Part 2

25 May 2007 | Humor & Satire, Prince William County | 2 Comments

The Manassas Journal-Messenger’s story on the candidacy of Ham Sandwich generated some interesting reader feedback. To wit:
The Web site is a disgraceful attack on Paul Ebert only because Paul Ebert is a Democrat. It is not a tongue-in-cheek parady(sic) of Mr. Evert(sic). It is absolutely meant to demean Mr Ebert by saying a ham […]

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51st District Rumble

25 May 2007 | PWCDC, 51st HOD District | 8 Comments

I’ve heard that there is quite a bit of excitement within the ranks of Prince William County Democrats these days, although not the kind of excitement I think they’d really want. Half of Jeff Dion’s “kitchen cabinet” is telling Jeff to withdraw his candidacy. Paul Nichols, his opponent for the Democratic nomination in […]

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Prince William County’s Sanctuary Policy For Illegals

24 May 2007 | Illegal Aliens, Prince William County | 21 Comments

Earlier today I alerted readers that the Prince William County Police Department has recently adopted a policy that prohibits officers from asking suspected illegal aliens who are suspected of committing crimes and driving violations their immigration status.  Tonight it’s time to tell that story, and about how the police department is attempting to cover up […]

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Faisal Gill: Bad Choices

24 May 2007 | 51st HOD District | 33 Comments

51st House District candidate Faisal Gill has said that the American Muslim Council, for which he was a spokesman in 2001, was a moderate group which only sought to increase the rate of participation by Muslims in the political process here in America, as well as their influence in the political debate. If that’s […]

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Prince William County Now An Illegal Alien Sanctuary

24 May 2007 | Illegal Aliens, Prince William County | 59 Comments

Developing…
The Prince William County Police Department has adopted a policy that makes Prince William County the same sort of sanctuary for illegal aliens as had been the case in Virginia Beach. That policy was a contributing factor in the deaths of Tessa Tranchant (16) and Allison Kunhardt (17) by a drunken illegal alien by the […]

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RedState: Faisal Gill Will Hurt GOP

24 May 2007 | 51st HOD District | 28 Comments

A few days ago, RedState followed up on their previous Faisal Gill story in which they asked whether we should be concerned about Faisal Gill’s candidacy, and have come to a conclusion about that question. We should.

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Family Foundation Lauds County Delegation

24 May 2007 | Virginia House, Virginia Senate | 2 Comments

The Manassas Journal-Messenger reports today that the Family Foundation gave four out of six representatives from Prince William County top scores based on their voting records on several key bills which would have strong implications on the strength and well-being of families in Virginia.  Delegates Jeff Frederick, Michele McQuigg, Robert Marshall and Jackson Miller all […]

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You Can’t Please Everyone

23 May 2007 | Humor & Satire | 10 Comments

Well, Manassas doesn’t appeal to everyone. From smashingfreedom:
hello my name is nicholas i live in manassas the worst little town in the world. i like to paint alot its is one of the most important things in my life. along with painting i like to smoke ciggarettes, which sounds bad but i consider myself […]

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Faisal Gill, VMPAC, and Herndon’s Day Laborer Center

23 May 2007 | Illegal Aliens, 51st HOD District | 12 Comments

Yesterday I reported on Faisal Gill’s endorsement by the Virginia Muslim Political Action Committee, which opposes measures to reduce the number of illegal aliens present in our communities. Folks have been looking at VMPAC trying to figure out what the heck this organization is, and courtesy of google, it would appear that Faisal Gill […]

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What They Should Be Talking About…

23 May 2007 | National Politics, Illegal Aliens | 11 Comments

Delegate Scott Lingamfelter’s most recent “Lingamfelter Report” again dispenses with campaign talk and dives into the immigration travesty that is being considered in the U. S. Senate, this time laying out a legislative agenda on immigration reform that I really wish the Senate was discussing instead of the amnesty plan that’s being ramrodded right now. […]

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La Raza Needs Your Taxpayer Dollars

23 May 2007 | National Politics, Illegal Aliens | 8 Comments

If the federal government is going to provide millions of dollars in taxpayer funds to the National Council Of La Raza, which will use that money to encourage illegal aliens to subvert the law, and to lobby congress on behalf of the interests of illegal aliens, I wonder if it’s time Help Save Manassas and […]

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Ham Sandwich In The MJM

23 May 2007 | Prince William County | 10 Comments

The Ham Sandwich for Prince William County Commonwealth’s Attorney got another boost today with a front-page article, complete with a rather attractive photo of the candidate, in the Manassas Journal-Messenger entitled (in the print edition) “Ebert to face off with ham sandwich“. The incumbent Paul Ebert finally had no choice but to go on […]

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Faisal Gill Endorsed By Illegal Alien Apologists

22 May 2007 | Illegal Aliens, 51st HOD District | 24 Comments

Faisal Gill has received the endorsement of the Virginia Muslim Political Action Committee (VMPAC), which is a small but somewhat notorious group that consistently supports the interests of illegal aliens over those of American citizens. On their website, the organization supports the following legislative initiatives:

Erosion of civil liberties
Human rights violations
Unfair immigration laws
Foreign policies of […]

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Not Day’s Day

22 May 2007 | 31st HOD District | Comments Off

William Day, who is running against Delegate Scott Lingamfelter, has as many candidates do a page on the Virginia Public Access Project that provides an overview of his campaign and links to his financial disclosures. It also helpfully provides a link to his campaign website. But wait, is that really his campaign website? […]

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Jeff Dion Gay Dating Ad Discovered

22 May 2007 | 51st HOD District | 39 Comments

Not since Steve Chapman was discovered to have dating personals up at match.com (which stated his residence was outside of the district in which he was running as a candidate) have we seen anything like this. Yes, even you, can have a date with a current candidate for the Democratic nomination for the 51st […]

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Brentsville’s Trailer Proposal Draws Fire

22 May 2007 | Illegal Aliens, Prince William County | 6 Comments

I’ve been getting some emails from readers asking me to take a look at the issue of trailers at Brentsville High School and the maneuvering between the school board and the planning commission. Monday’s editorial in the Potomac News didn’t sit well with quite a few folks, who felt that the editorial grossly misrepresented […]

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Faisal Gill Out-Files Julie Lucas

22 May 2007 | 51st HOD District | 86 Comments

Republican campaigns in the 51st turned in their delegate forms this evening, and the counts are:
Faisal Gill: 745 delegate forms
Julie Lucas: 511 delegate forms
Mail/Other: 32 delegate forms

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More On “Google Faisal Gill”

21 May 2007 | 51st HOD District | 14 Comments

I got a scan of the Julie Lucas for Delegate flyer that arrived in the 51st District this weekend, and it’s quite a piece. I can see how Faisal Gill supporters are howling about this, as it’s pretty devastating, even though I consider it to be pretty tame.
So much for Faisal’s faint hopes that […]

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Trouble In Paradise

21 May 2007 | Local Economy | 16 Comments

A few years ago it became fashionable for developers to wire their projects with fiber-optic cabling, touting “lightning fast” internet access, and superior television and telephone service as a marketing technique to differentiate their McMansions from those of other developers.  In some cases, that hasn’t worked out too well for homeowners, according to a Washington […]

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Jeff Dion Called On To Drop Out?

21 May 2007 | 51st HOD District | 17 Comments

NLS is reporting that another Democratic candidate for the 51st District is interested in running, but doesn’t want to run unless Jeff Dion drops out of the race.  I would imagine that Ben isn’t talking about Paul Nichols, since he doesn’t seem to have a reputation for being shy about what he wants.  Of note […]

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