Archives for July 2007
Mexicanos Sin Fronteras held a press conference this afternoon to announce a boycott and march, which I expect to be held sometime in the late September - early October timeframe. As soon as I hear the details, I’ll post more on what they’re planning to do.
This really ought to help their cause. Haven’t they figured […]
Today’s Washington Post has a fascinating article about a case of identity theft where instead of trying to steal money from the victim, the intent was to use the stolen identity in order to purchase real estate. Although Post reporter Tom Jackman expresses some surprise that the intent here wasn’t to simply steal money, had […]
Today was a busy day with the media, which started with three live interviews on MSNBC and a taped segment for the local Fox affiliate which ran on the 11 o’clock news. Recently there’s been a lot of interest in BVBL, as a result of the Associated Press picking up the Nick Miroff article that […]
The Virginian Federalist is the first out of the gate with an evaluation of the decision in Hazelton, PA and how it might apply to what is happening on the illegal alien front in Prince William County. Since this topic is certainly going to be raised at the next meeting of the Prince William […]
While the Prince William County Commonwealth’s Attorney’s office is happy to engage in plea bargaining with the illegal aliens who murdered C. J. Angelos, what does it do with a tragic case where a father loses track of a child who dies from heat exposure after being left in a car seat? He throws […]
UPDATE: I will be on Fox 5 news at 11PM also. Be sure to check it out.
I’m going to be on MSNBC again, and so far it’s looking like three interviews between 12:30 and 2:15PM tomorrow. I should hear about the schedule for CNN tomorrow, and will provide details when I get them.
Given my […]
Here’s an interesting classified ad in the Manassas Journal-Messenger:
BUSINESS AND SERVICE DIRECTORY: SERVICES OFFERED
DAY LABORERS $10 hourly, all skills You transport. PW Pkwy & US Rt 1
Publication Date: 20-Jul-07
I’m sure if I ask the MJM who placed this ad I’m not likely to get a response, but I’m sure an alert reader can help us […]
What is the extension of Metrorail to Dulles going to cost? Four billion dollars has become five billion dollars, and as Bacon’s Rebellion reports, it will only continue to rise. To make matters worse, these project cost increases put at risk the federal funding component which is about the only thing that makes the cost […]
The Washington Times has an interesting article regarding the growth of MS-13, which is increasingly visible in Northern Virginia. At the end of the article, there’s a quote from one of our elected officials who clearly understands the linkage between illegal aliens and dangerous street gangs such as MS-13.
“At my level of government, what […]
Bruce Rommelt, the local point man opposing the Marriage Amendment in the 2006 elections, is now saying that he opposed HB 3202 within months of telling readers of the Potomac News that he would have supported it. I guess some political advisor told him that folks seem to be in a frenzy about the […]
The Manassas Journal-Messenger is reporting that the “pro-immigrant” group Mexicanos Sin Fronteras has been holding meetings around Prince William County in order to rally their supporters into participating in a boycott and one day strike. Amidst all this rather generous coverage of our local arm of the Zapatista Army of National Liberation and it’s […]
Drudge is reporting that U.S. District Court Judge James Munley has overturned Hazleton, Pennsylvania’s ordinance which imposed local controls on those who shelter or employ illegal aliens. More as this develops…
UPDATE: From breitbart/AP:
I’ve gotten word that the illegal aliens apologists are planning to protest tonight’s Help Save Manassas meeting. This should be interesting.
On one side will be local citizens who are concerned about what the large number of illegal aliens who have chosen Prince William County, Manassas Park and Manassas are doing to the community and are […]
Bob Fitzsimmonds, who is the Republican nominee challenging Chuck Colgan in the 29th Senate District, has this to lay on his opponent:
Though the budget is of vital importance, Immigration is what I hear most at the doors. I continue to get a positive response from voters about my immigration plan. […]
The next meeting of Help Save Manassas will be at Manassas City Hall on Thursday, July 26th at 7:30. Vice President Dan Arnold will be holding the reins while I’m out of town, and the meeting will feature Gainesville Supervisor John Stirrup. It should be an interesting meeting, and I wish I was able to […]
I’ve been checking in from time to time to see the reaction from the Washington Post article, and it’s been somewhat surreal. The website got about ten times the normal weekday traffic on Sunday, and the previous post which mentioned that I was getting some coverage recorded a record number of comments, many from folks […]
The Washington Post has an article in today’s edition about me that deserves a little clarification.
Although I used the title The Terrorist vs. The Homosexual to headline a post in March of this year about a possible Faisal Gill campaign against Jeff Dion for the 51st House of Delegates seat, I’ve never said that Faisal […]
As I head off to the beach with the family this week, I’m told that the Washington Post will have some sort of article in either the Sunday or Monday edition which will mention me a little. If they pick the right photo from the shoot they did, readers might get a chance to see […]
I’ve been hearing for some time about the difficulties being experienced by the folks in Virginia Beach area with setting up their own “Help Save” chapter. As with any organization, there’s the potential for personality clashes and disagreements about vision, methods and organization, and these unfortunate folks seem to have all of those. Last night […]
“Greg, don’t turn around but there’s Jeanette RIGHT BEHIND US!!! She keeps following me from parade to parade!!!”
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