Archives for October 2007
The November edition of the newsletter of Help Save Manassas, “The Front Line” is now available for download. This edition is a big twenty pages, full of commentary, local and national news on the immigration issue, transcriptions of some of the presentations at the recent Board of County Supervisors meeting, and a listing of all […]
Jeannemarie Devolites Davis is pulling out all the stops to get re-elected, as a candidate should who is in a tight race. Not all of those need to get pulled, though, and this one is a particularly dumb move.
Michael Bloomberg, the mayor of New York City who decided it would be a good idea […]
Get some, Tim!
Recently, Senator Chuck Colgan’s campaign manager Roger Snyder made a comment giving us “Colgan Straight Talk” that is anything but straight. Today, we go to the second item on this list:
Colgan: I do NOT SUPPORT allowing in-state tuition for illegal immigrants
You can’t make stuff like this up. In an interview with Channel 9’s Peggy Fox, Janet Oleszek dismissed voter’s concerns that illegal aliens have harmed the quality of life and public safety in the 37th Senate District, and characterized the issue as “a red herring” designed to distract voters from other important issues, such as […]
If you’re a Centreville resident who has had enough of your local library being used as an informal day laborer’s center, and the resulting assaults on juvenile girls that have happened since the transformation of this safe haven for children into a hunting ground for sexual predators, you might want to get in touch with […]
The Manassas Urinal-Massager is reporting that Prince William County has filed a motion to have the lawsuit filed by the Woodbridge Workers Committee dismissed on the basis that none of the plaintiffs have demonstrated they have actually been harmed by the county’s resolution in support of the rule of law. This is entirely consistent with […]
I have heard from a reliable source that Prince William Commonwealth Attorney Paul Ebert intends to resign from office after the election and retire as soon as he’s served longer than Fairfax Commonwealth’s Attorney Robert Horan, which would make him the longest-serving Commonwealth’s Attorney in Virginia history if he serves an additional one year and […]
So how are things going to Democrats like Corey Riley, Manes Pierre and Sharon Pandak that don’t want to have local law enforcement get involved in protecting our community from illegal aliens? Not so well, if what Riley is reporting will have an impact on November 6th:
Backing up those views, 79% believe that if a […]
The website for Paul Jost, who is running for the Republican nomination for the First Congressional District is up, and there’s a few pleasant surprises there. With endorsements from Delegates Jeff Frederick and Scott Lingamfelter, a long record of advocating fiscal responsibility, and a strong position on illegal aliens, Paul has a really […]
Some elected officials in Maryland and Arlington are apparently so upset that Prince William County has decided to address the illegal alien issue that they’re working to increase voter turnout among our immigrant citizens in order to defeat Prince William County Chairman Corey Stewart next Tuesday, according to an article in today’s Washington Post and […]
Recently, Senator Chuck Colgan’s campaign manager Roger Snyder made a comment giving us “Colgan Straight Talk” that is anything but straight. Over the next few days, I’m going to work through some of these statements and expose them for the bald-faced lies that they are. Despite my previous convictions that while I disagreed […]
The inanity continues with Jeanette Rishell’s false negative mail pieces today with a slap at Jackson Miller for voting for HB2797 in the House Privileges and Elections Committee in the last session of the General Assembly. Claiming that “Miller’s extremism isn’t what we want in the 50th District”, the piece tells voters to oppose Jackson’s […]
On Monday, County Chairman Corey Stewart and Senator Jay O’Brien blasted efforts by the Mexican government to interject themselves into local politics here in Prince William County. This weekend a visit by a delegation of the Mexican National Commission On Human Rights was postponed which intended to investigate the policies of the county in […]
“Anticipating the Election Day blowout, Dems go ahead and throw their losing candidate for PWC Chairman under the truck now.”, submitted by “Clean It Up In ‘07″.
For some unknown reason, Senator Colgan’s campaign has been busily denying parts of his voting record that are very easy to verify. Bob Fitzsimmonds has responded to some of these ridiculous claims in an email today, and they make for fascinating reading. Did Chuck really think no one would challenge these statements?
Sharon Pandak gets some face-time in front of a documentary crew complaining about the rule of law resolution that unanimously passed the Board of County Supervisors and which was implemented in two phases, again with unanimous votes of both Republicans and Democrats. She wouldn’t have dealt with the illegal alien […]
Help Save Manassas will have a candidates forum in place of it’s regular meeting this Tuesday, October 30th, at Stonewall Middle School at 7:30PM. Come learn the details about what policies the candidates wish to pursue in regards to illegal immigration, and be an informed voter on November 6th!
The Potomac News is reporting that Prince William County has seen another increase (albeit lower than last year’s increase) in the number of “Limited English Proficiency” (LEP) students who require ESOL programs to 13,409 students, 84% whose principal language is Spanish, while Manassas City Schools have seen their ESOL enrollments drop to 1,747 students with […]
Despite having a somewhat imperfect record in calling elections in Prince William County, I’m going to go out on a limb here and make some predictions anyways, some which will make readers happy, and some which won’t. Here’s how I believe the elections in Prince William County are going to shake out, and some […]