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Archives for January 2008

Nohe Goes To Bat For Illegal Alien Business Licenses

24 January 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Prince William County | 143 Comments

There seems to be a big policy battle brewing at the Prince William Board of County Supervisors regarding whether the county should screen those who apply for businesses licenses to see if the applicants are legally present in the United States.  The general notion here is that if someone cannot be legally hired, they shouldn’t […]

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An Intriguing Funding Mechanism…

23 January 2008 | Virginia Politics, Humor & Satire | 79 Comments

From within the comments, one visitor has the solution to all our problems, wrapped up nicely in an easy-to-understand package:
Spruill’s bill, HB 1452 Display of offensive objects or devices; prohibited on any vehicle would make it a traffic offense to, “display on or equipping of any motor vehicle with any object that depicts, represents, or […]

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Thompson Withdraws

22 January 2008 | National Politics | 45 Comments

Fred Thompson gave the following statement an hour or so ago:
“Today I have withdrawn my candidacy for President of the United States. I hope that my country and my party have benefited from our having made this effort. Jeri and I will always be grateful for the encouragement and friendship of so many wonderful people.”  […]

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Ricardo Juarez Admits Defeat

22 January 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Prince William County | 48 Comments

According to the Washington Post, Ricardo Juarez is suddenly dropping his ridiculous assertion that the Rule of Law resolution passed by the Prince William Board of County Supervisors is a racist measure that targets all immigrants, rather than illegal aliens. I’d gather that Mexicans Without Borders is so concerned about the BOCS providing funding […]

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Shopping Cart Graveyards

22 January 2008 | Crime, Prince William County | 157 Comments

Ever wonder what happens to those shopping carts you occasionally see being pushed along the sidewalks from folks walking home from the grocery store?  You’d expect someone who is investing their future in America, rather than trying to temporarily “rent” the American Dream, would bring these back where they found them if it would have […]

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Cooch Proposes Birthright Citizenship Reform

22 January 2008 | National Politics, Illegal Aliens, Virginia Politics | 92 Comments

One of the more significant developments during the visit by members of Save The Old Dominion to Richmond yesterday was the announcement of Senator Ken Cuccinelli that he would be introducing legislation calling for a Constitutional Amendment to clarify the intent of the 14th Amendment of the Constitution and not grant automatic citizenship to those […]

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Open Thread

21 January 2008 | Uncategorized | 289 Comments

With a trip down to Richmond tomorrow with a busload or two of friends, tons of coding to work on for the website management system I’m developing, and the distraction of some pretty incredible playoff games, BVBL readers end up on the short stick today and will have to settle for discussing among themselves what […]

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McCain Takes South Carolina, Romney Crushes In Nevada

19 January 2008 | National Politics | 49 Comments

Another couple of horse races are decided, and still we’re no closer to seeing a clear Republican nominee emerge from the pack, although a few clearly have faded into obscurity and will soon end their races. Duncan Hunter, who is a great man who should have gained more traction than he did is certainly […]

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Frederick For RPV Chairman!

18 January 2008 | RPV | 22 Comments

“Chairman Jeff” does have a nice ring to it.
Sign me up for the “Jeff Frederick for RPV Chairman” bandwagon!

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18 January 2008 | Blogs | 25 Comments

While I was busy engaged in pushing out some software, comment 50,000 rolled in on January 17th, and lo and behold we have a two-time winner here! The 50,000th comment was posted by “/\/\3|)iç 64″ on the thread about Mitt Romney’s victory in the Michigan primaries, telling readers that he’s still sticking […]

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“Please Give This To My Daddy”

18 January 2008 | Patriotism | 12 Comments

Normally I don’t post on these “please pass this on” type of email, which all too often is a hoax, but the story in this is just too good not to pass along. I hope this actually happened.

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Time To Reach Out To Our Electeds!

17 January 2008 | Virginia Politics | 31 Comments

Save The Old Dominion just went live with a system that will allow visitors to send emails to their elected officials regarding legislation pending in the House of Delegates.  Unless you want to allow the lobbyists to control what happens in Richmond, it’s time you made sure your voice was heard.  Yes, this was one […]

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Light Posting

17 January 2008 | Blogs | 176 Comments

As many regular reader have figured out by now, I’ve been swamped with other priorities and haven’t had time as much time to devote to keeping readers informed as I have had in the past.  I hope to get back to my regular schedule within the next week or so, after a few tasks involving […]

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Illegal Alien Lobby Hard At Work

16 January 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Virginia Politics | 77 Comments

There are a lot of immigration-related bills moving through the General Assembly right now, and I am hearing that the business lobbyists are reportedly working REALLY hard to get each and every one of them killed.  Apparently, Virginia employers are very concerned that their ability to unlawfully employ illegal aliens is at risk.
Speaker Howell appears […]

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Haymarket Councilman Resigns And Stomps Out

15 January 2008 | Prince William County | 8 Comments

Town governments can provide endless amusement.  From townofhaymarket.info site comes this saga of Councilmember Bob Weir resigning in a huff and storming out of a meeting.
On the way out of town hall, a citizen commented, “good riddance.” Mr. Weir stopped suddenly and stated, “why don’t you step outside and repeat that!”
Apparently the property deal involving […]

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New Open Thread

14 January 2008 | Uncategorized | 257 Comments

Boy, these things sure seem to be popular…

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Jackson, I Told You So

14 January 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Virginia Politics | 93 Comments

I’ve been having a long-going debate with my friend Delegate Jackson Miller about the business community and the illegal alien problem.  His contention is that with so many small businesses suffering terribly because they’re competing with those who unlawfully hire illegal aliens, that community would certainly be supportive of legislative efforts the reduce the number […]

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Manassas GOP Council Candidates

12 January 2008 | Manassas City | 33 Comments

The filing deadline has elapsed, and now the slate of candidates running for the Republican nomination for Manassas City Council has been finalized.  Running for the three spots on City Council that are up for election are:

Jonathan Way, the councilman who was appointed to fill the seat of Jackson Miller
Steve Smith, an incumbent who’s adherence […]

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Another Crime In A “Gun Free Zone”

11 January 2008 | Crime | 54 Comments

There’s yet another story of a local bank robbery at a bank that has decided that the best way it can ensure the safety of it’s customers is to prohibit any of them from entering with a lawfully carried defensive firearm. Putting a “no guns” sign in front of these banks has curiously, but […]

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Replacement Open Thread

11 January 2008 | Blogs | 300 Comments

The existing weekly open thread got three hundred comments, which seems to be the magic number for this version of Wordpress to fall over and stop rendering a page.  I’ve turned off comments on that thread and it’ll now display properly, but you’ll need somewhere else for that free-wheeling discussion.  This is it.
I’ve been putting […]

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