Archives for March 2008
It’s official! — Ken Cuccinelli is running for Attorney General. Good luck and Godspeed!
Prince William County is mentioned in this week’s “Blog 4 Borders Video Blogburst” although unfortunately in connection with the rape of a four year old girl by an illegal alien on the 9500 block of Lomond Drive last week. Hopefully next time the reference will be for more positive reasons, such […]
In addition to Chief Deane’s meetings with the Mexican Consulate last week, the Prince William County Police Department has disclosed that Chief Deane conducted private meetings with the “General Counsel El Salvadore” in his office on March 6th, 2008. This somewhat cryptic reference could mean a couple of different things, but most likely it […]
Looks like we have another candidate for U.S. Senate, according to The Shad Plank: “Gail For Rail” Parker. Her candidacy last time was a rather amusing exercise in seeing just how additional rail construction projects could solve just about every problem facing the country.
Parker really REALLY likes “rail!” In fact, she likes “rail!” so much […]
If there’s such a problem with prison overcrowding in Virginia, which some say means we can’t possibly detain illegal aliens pending their deportation, why is this happening? If we can’t handle the temporary detention of illegal aliens in Virginia, how come we can take jail farm-outs from Wyoming?
The City of Manassas Park has apparently moved on from trying to harass business owners adjacent to the Connor Center out of business, and shifted their focus to the Manassas Park Shopping Center. The property owner, Jerax Enterprises, has sent a memo to their tenants asking them to document the tremendous amount of police […]
The Washington Post reports today that Prince William County Police Chief Charles Deane has met with “nearly a dozen” foreign government officials since last June when the county’s Rule of Law Resolution was being discussed, confirming reports that I’ve received this week. The Post fails to mention that never were our elected officials informed […]
The thug culture that sadly seems to pervade the sport of basketball was on full display at Gar-Field Senior High School this week when a “disturbance” erupted in the parking lot following the “Hoop Fest” charity fundraiser and a seventeen year old student received multiple stab wounds in the back. Meanwhile, a different sort of […]
Lost among all the moaning and gnashing of teeth from the illegal alien lobby that resulted from last week’s workplace enforcement raid by the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement at CMC Concrete was any discussion of whether it’s good policy to allow illegal aliens to easily obtain unlawful employment in our area. An […]
The budget for the Prince William County Public Schools is being hammered out, and so far a majority of the School Board seems to be inclined to defer school constructions and renovations in favor of giving school administrators a 6% pay raise. For some members of the board, the first thing to cut are facilities […]
WTOP is reporting that a teacher at Bull Run Middle School was arrested on Friday for having a sexual relationship with a 16 year old student, and that police found video of him with this girl and other child pornography on his computer. Hopefully this latest instance of horribly inappropriate behavior will prompt school […]
Ken Cuccinelli will announce his run for Attorney General on Monday, setting up an incredibly strong statewide Republican ticket for 2009. With Bob McDonnell running for Governor, Bill Bolling keeping his seat as Lieutenant Governor, and Ken filling out the roster in the Attorney General slot, this ticket covers Tidewater, Northern Virginia and Richmond. It’s […]
Judy Feder is eagerly gearing up for another humiliating defeat by Rep. Frank Wolf, after losing to him in the second largest landslide of the 2006 Congressional elections. The hysterics are already reaching a level that virtually guarantees a repeat of her endlessly amusing campaign to prove that some Democrats really shouldn’t be skipping […]
I wonder when Chief Deane was conducting his discussions with a number of foreign governments in regards to the Rule of Law Resolution, whether he was aware of the following:
18 U.S.C. § 953 (2004)
Private correspondence with foreign governments.
Any citizen of the United States, wherever he may be, who, without authority of the United States, directly […]
From the MJM we see that, yeah, these illegal aliens are really law abiding people who are only guilty of a civil violation of our immigration laws:
That was one of the main concerns of Jacoba Casteneda, an illegal immigrant living in Woodbridge, who said he has no driver’s license but has to be able […]
Some members of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors are responding to citizen concerns about Chief Deane’s freelance diplomatic efforts with agents of a foreign government, while others incongruously are trying to defend this outrage. Emails obtained from some of the Supervisors pursuant to a Freedom of Information Request provide a fascinating look […]
This is so far beyond outrageous, I cannot find words which could adequately describe how I feel about this. NBC4 is reporting that Prince William County Police arrested an illegal alien for raping a four year old girl today.
Police said Julio Cesar Huaman-Usca, 24, was baby sitting two of his distant relatives Wednesday night […]
Today’s joint community meeting with PWCPD Chief Charlie Deane and Mexican Consul Enrique Escorza is yet another in a series of disturbing attempts by foreign governments to intervene in the affairs of Prince William County and subvert local, state and federal laws. In September 2006, El Salvador established a facility in Woodbridge to provide identity […]
The MJM is reporting that The Mexican Government is coming to talk to Prince William County Police Chief Deane about the concerns of the immigrant community. I don’t quite get what the heck Deane is doing here.
The meeting will be tomorrow at 7:00PM in the Hi Mart at 13412 Jefferson Davis Highway.
The Prince William County Police Department acknowledged the presence of a deliberate misinformation campaign on the part of radical illegal alien supporters in an article published today in The American Observer, the student newspaper of American University. One of the major culprits identified is the National Immigrant Solidarity Network, which has been consistently warning […]