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Archives for March 2008

A Tale of Two Jurisdictions

26 March 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Virginia Politics, Prince William County | 12 Comments

Although it’s not clear from the DC Examiner article precisely how Prince William County Police managed to get their hands on an illegal alien MS-13 member and attempted murderer who had absconded from Maryland, what is clear is that criminal illegal aliens have a much more difficult time evading the law in Prince William County […]

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Corey Stewart Makes It Official

25 March 2008 | Virginia Politics, Prince William County | 14 Comments

Riley has the scoop on Chairman Corey Stewart bowing out of the race for Lieutenant Governor in the wake of Bill Bolling’s announcement that he would run for re-election.  This much-anticipated decision makes a lot of sense, and ensures that Stewart will be able to help with the full implementation of the Rule of Law […]

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BOCS Approves $1.00 Tax Rate

25 March 2008 | Prince William County | 42 Comments

The Prince William Board of County Supervisors has approved a $1.00 per hundred advertised tax rate at today’s special meeting, with Supervisors Covington, Stirrup and Stewart being the lone dissidents.
Just watch and see what the actual tax rate is going to be.  This wasn’t just the limit for the tax rate, it is the tax […]

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Ken Cuccinelli Invites Maryland Companies To Virginia

25 March 2008 | Virginia Politics | 13 Comments

While Virginia Republicans are working hard to maintain some degree of fiscal responsibility in Virginia, Maryland’s constant hunger for higher taxes has prompted their General Assembly to raise taxes levied on technology firms in order to pay for increased public spending. Ken Cuccinelli has an interesting response to this development, which is to simply […]

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ICE Nabs 34 Illegal Aliens In Manassas

25 March 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Prince William County | 89 Comments

The DC Examiner and the Washington Post are both reporting on a workplace enforcement raid by the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement that happened yesterday, where 34 employees of CMC Concrete were detained and are now undergoing deportation proceedings.  No word on any criminal charges for the officers or senior employees of CMC Concrete, […]

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Mexicans Without Borders Defaces Manassas Again

25 March 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Manassas City | 148 Comments

This is the best (updated 3/25) picture I’ve received so far of the most recent billboard in Manassas on Prince William Street, courtesy of Mexicans Without Borders. This one tops even the original billboard in sheer inanity, and seems to make the claim that illegal aliens in Virginia are actually Native Americans who are […]

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Guess The Billboard Message

24 March 2008 | Manassas City | 10 Comments

I’ve learned that Mexicans Without Borders has again revamped their billboard sign on Prince William Street in Manassas, which will without a doubt be another stellar effort by their public relations team. So far their strategy seems to be a slight variation on a methodology popularized by South Park episode ‘the underwear gnomes‘:
1. Piss […]

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Bob McDonnell for Governor

24 March 2008 | Virginia Politics | 13 Comments

Lt. Governor Bill Bolling has announced that he will not be running for Governor next year. This should give Attorney General Bob McDonnell a clear shot at the Republican nomination. Bolling will be running for a second term as Lt. Governor.
Not Larry Sabato has the scoop.

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Jail Overcrowding And The Rule Of Law Resolution

24 March 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Prince William County | 9 Comments

Overcrowding at the Prince William County Adult Detention Center is posing a challenge for local law enforcement authorities according to the DC Examiner, which have had to “farm out” about 300 inmates to other detention facilities in Virginia.  This report from Col. Meletis comes at a time when the Prince William Board of County […]

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Help Save Manassas Wednesday

24 March 2008 | Manassas City, Prince William County | 3 Comments

The next membership meeting of Help Save Manassas will be this Wednesday, at Manassas City Hall at 7:30PM.  With the completion of the regular session of the General Assembly, the focus shifts back to the local area where several initiatives are moving in the midst of some pretty heated budget wrangling.
Also featured will be an […]

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The 13 Lies Of The Southern Poverty Law Center

24 March 2008 | Illegal Aliens | 9 Comments

From the looks of today’s MJM, some folks out there still seem to be confused about what the truth is, if they were interested in the truth to begin with.  Just because the Southern Poverty Law Center decided to say something hardly means that there’s any truth to what is said.

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The Illegals Walk Away

23 March 2008 | Local Economy, Illegal Aliens | 55 Comments

While the Washington Post can easily seem to find illegal aliens who got caught up in the residential real estate boom and are under financial pressure from the exotic mortgages they obtained in order to purchases homes they couldn’t afford, they can’t seem to find anyone who can explain why this all happened:
“What can I […]

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The Zapatistas, In Their Own Words

22 March 2008 | Zapatistas | 13 Comments


This is a promotional trailer for a movie about the Zapatista Army of National Liberation produced by an obviously friendly group of filmmakers. Mexicans Without Borders has pledged material assistance to this revolutionary movement.

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ESOL Funding Whammy In Loudoun

22 March 2008 | Loudoun County, Illegal Aliens | 63 Comments

I’ll bet a lot of Loudoun County residents are wishing right now that their Board of County Supervisors had undertaken an effort last summer to reduce the number of illegal aliens unlawfully residing in their jurisdiction.  Now that the budget proposal for the Loudoun County Schools has been published, it’s evident what this failure to […]

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The Radical Agenda Within The Democratic Party

22 March 2008 | DPVA, National Politics | 38 Comments

This is what some Democrats have to say about their prospective presidential nominee: (H/T NLS)


Meanwhile, the same radical influence that underpins the support for Barack Obama is precisely the radical influence being resurrected in Virginia politics in support of Dick Saslaw’s agenda to protect illegal aliens from the consequences of their […]

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Rishell Lends Gerry Connolly Her Campaign Team

21 March 2008 | US Congress, Prince William County | 12 Comments

James Martin is reporting in Raising Kaine that the local firefighter’s union in Prince William County has endorsed Gerry Connolly for the 11th Congressional District.  This same union group similarly endorsed Jeanette Rishell for the 50th District and Bruce Roemmelt for the 13th District in last year’s elections for the House of Delegates, both […]

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Kaine Cornered By The 2A Crowd

21 March 2008 | Virginia Politics | 8 Comments

Governor Kaine has been getting some hear recently from Second Amendment advocates who have been questioning him about why he vetoed legislation that would have permitted those who hold a concealed carry permit from possessing a concealed handgun in a restaurant that serves alcohol (and not consuming) while at the same time he signed legislation […]

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Who Does Jim Webb Really Represent?

21 March 2008 | Virginia Politics, US Senate | 21 Comments

The rationale behind the Washington Post’s puff piece about Senator Jim Webb was really hard to grasp, until almost the very end of the article:
He introduced a bill that would prohibit Bush from taking military action against Iran without congressional approval. He weighed in on the Senate immigration debate with a proposal that would allow […]

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Blogs4Borders Comments On SPLC Report

20 March 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Blogs | 4 Comments


MJ’s Blogs4Borders Video Blogburst is always entertaining and informative, but this week there’s a little more local relevance than usual with their take on the SPLC’s listing of prominent immigration reform advocates as being nativists.  It’s worth a peek, as always.
Happenings in our area may get some mention next week.

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Hackers, Microsoft, And Gerry Connolly

20 March 2008 | Fairfax County, Blogs, US Congress | 3 Comments

Does Microsoft hate me, or does it hate Gerry Connolly? It’s hard to tell, given the fifteen eighteen thousand-plus web server requests their servers made to BVBL over the last twenty-four hours requesting a page which shows how Gerry Connolly hasn’t done such a bang-up job in cleaning up zoning violations in Fairfax County. […]

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