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Archives for February 2008

Open Thread

22 February 2008 | Uncategorized | 77 Comments

Once again, have at it…

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For Sale

22 February 2008 | Humor & Satire | 2 Comments

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PWC Committee Of 100 Talks Blogs

22 February 2008 | Blogs, Prince William County | 47 Comments

The Prince William Committee of 100, at the behest of hard-core lefty member Lydia Gonzales (officer of Hispanic Outreach Leadership Action, supporter of Mexicans Without Borders, and driving force behind Prince William County’s taxpayer-funded Viva! Van which provides books on construction trades to day laborers), hosted a panel on blogging this evening. Apparently, with […]

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Constitution? We Don’t Need No Constitution!

21 February 2008 | Virginia Politics | 4 Comments

Now this should be interesting:  SB 29, which is the “caboose budget” for the current fiscal period failed to obtain the required super-majority in the Senate and failed on a 22-18 vote.  When the one Republican Senator, who voted in favor of it in order to have the ability to bring this up for reconsideration […]

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Is This What They Call A “Blink”?

21 February 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Virginia Senate | 25 Comments

The Senate Courts of Justice Committee was scheduled to hear several important bills that regard the illegal alien problem in Virginia, and in a somewhat unusual move decided to adjourn yesterday without hearing them.  Chief among these was Delegate Jackson Miller’s HB 623 that would call on Governor Kaine to enroll the Commonwealth in the […]

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McDonnell Kicks Out Illegal Alien Sex Offenders

20 February 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Virginia Politics, Crime | 32 Comments

Proving our suspicions correct, Attorney General Bob McDonnell announced today that 135 sex offenders currently held in Virginia’s prisons are in fact illegal aliens and has engaged in a joint operation with Immigration and Customs Enforcement to identify and process for deportation these criminal illegal aliens. Since there is no comprehensive approach to screen […]

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Stirrup Attacks Public Procurement Reform

20 February 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Prince William County | 46 Comments

While the press was focused on yesterday’s discussion about funding for the implementation of the Rule of Law Resolution, Supervisor John Stirrup introduced a proposal during Supervisor’s Time that would help to ensure that illegal aliens are not hired by county contractors and paid with your tax dollars. I guess it’s not all that […]

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Section 287(g) Heard In Senate Tomorrow

19 February 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Virginia Politics | 24 Comments

HB 623, which directs the Governor to enroll Virginia in the federal Section 287(g) Program is going to be heard tomorrow, February 19th at 2:00PM in the Senate Courts of Justice Committee. This is a committee that includes Dick Saslaw as a member, who promised that NO legislation dealing with the illegal alien issue […]

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The Rule Of Law Resolution Rolls Onward

19 February 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Prince William County | 108 Comments

Another vote regarding the initiative to reduce the number of illegal aliens unlawfully residing in Prince William County, and yes, another unanimous vote in favor of the initiative.  At today’s meeting of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors, all of the members voted to approve spending $793,425 from the contingency reserve to support the […]

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Alicia’s Bill

19 February 2008 | Crime, Virginia House | 4 Comments

I was down in Richmond today trying to help get legislation enacted dealing with the illegal alien issue, and I took some time to sit in on Brian Moran’s press conference regarding “Alicia’s Bill”, which would provide additional funding for pursuing child pornographers in Virginia.  Yes, he’s been rather unhelpful on a number of legislative […]

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The King’s Clothes Vanish

19 February 2008 | 29th VA Senate | 34 Comments

Ken Cuccinelli, who is unarguably the best Virginia Senator from Fairfax County reminded readers of his “Cucinelli Compass” today about some interesting, well, changes in the policy outlook of Senator Chuck Colgan.  I had been somewhat hopeful that Colgan’s campaign promises actually meant something, especially after he introduced SB 90 which would have required that […]

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Leaving Out The Important Details

16 February 2008 | Crime, Prince William County | 93 Comments

From today’s MJM:
Assault by Mob, occurred on February 11, 2008, around 5 p.m. in the 8000 block of Urbanna Road in the Manassas area. The victims, a 14-year-old Manassas-area girl and a 14-year-old Manassas-area boy, reported that they were walking at the location when they noticed a black, 4-door sports car filled with men dressed […]

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What’s wrong with the media

15 February 2008 | Blogs | 77 Comments

Across the country, newspapers are losing readers by the bus load.  Just this week, both the LA Times and NY Times announced major lay-offs designed to stop their financial loses.  The Internet, 24 hour TV news stations, and public indifference to news are often blamed for the loss of readers, but I don’t think that’s […]

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The Illegal Alien Lobby Produces A Faulty “Study”

15 February 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Virginia Politics | 47 Comments

The papers are all abuzz today about a “study” released by an obscure policy organization called “The Commonwealth Institute” which tries to argue that illegal aliens are an important part of the economy, and suggests that if we managed to actually ensure that the law is enforced it would do us economic harm.  You have […]

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Another Amnesty Proposal In Congress

14 February 2008 | National Politics, Illegal Aliens | 37 Comments

FAIR tells us that a new “comprehensive solution” for the illegal alien problem is in the works, and predictably that solution is to simply grant amnesty for all illegal aliens.  When will they ever learn…

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Corey Stewart Pre-Announces LG Bid

14 February 2008 | Virginia Politics, Prince William County | 102 Comments

What would be happening in Richmond this year if Corey Stewart was Lieutenant Governor and presiding over a Senate that is determined to obstruct any efforts to address the illegal alien problem in Virginia?  We would probably see the Senate pass more than a couple weak bills on this issue during the first half session, […]

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Manassas Park Admits To Witheld Evidence?

13 February 2008 | Rack & Roll Scandal | 29 Comments

Does Manassas Park have evidence that a crime has been committed, and refuse to turn this evidence over to law enforcement because it would implicate city officials in a blackmail scheme? You be the judge. Here’s city attorney Dean Crowhurst acknowledging they have this evidence:

Manassas Park city officials admit […]

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13 February 2008 | National Politics | 61 Comments

I noticed something interesting in the exit polls from the Presidential primaries. As has happened in most recent national elections, most of the people who voted in Republican primaries were men. On the other hand, most people who voted in the Democratic primaries were women. This is not especially surprising.
What is surprising […]


We Did It

13 February 2008 | Virginia Politics | 30 Comments

William and Mary President Gene Nichol has resigned.  Yes, public pressure works to hold to account those who repeatedly engage in outrageous behavior.  Hopefully, the “whore nation” concept is now dead in our universities.

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A Small Protest, But A Protest Regardless

13 February 2008 | National Politics, Prince William County | 16 Comments

In yesterday’s Presidential Primary Mitt Romney polled a lot higher than other former candidates in what the Republican Party must recognize as a small, but meaningful conservative rebuke.  In Prince William County, Mitt Romney got 5.24% of the vote.  Although this is a small percentage, it’s more than five times what other former candidates received, […]

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