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Archives for April 2008

Hire Illegals, GO TO JAIL!

30 April 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Virginia Politics, Crime | 13 Comments

Scott’s Morning Brew is reporting that a Virginia employer who was convicted of unlawfully employing illegal aliens in his Newport News fishing company was actually sentenced to ninety days in prison.  It’s not a huge sentence, but it may be the first time that a Virginia employer is subjected to a prison sentence for violating […]

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What The Changes Actually Mean

30 April 2008 | Prince William County | 82 Comments

The discussion about what the change in the enforcement plan for the Rule of Law Resolution actually means has generated a lot of conflicting commentary in the press and in the blogs.  Given that confusion, it’s probably useful to walk through the differences in the enforcement policy as I understand them so readers can get […]

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Manassas Now Free Of DOJ Complaint

30 April 2008 | Manassas City | 6 Comments

The MJM is reporting that the lawsuit by the Equal Rights Center in regards to a 2005 effort to control residential overcrowding was dismissed by the courts, as well as a complaint against Manassas City Schools.  This legal action had pretty much frozen the City of Manassas from considering any policy initiatives regarding the illegal […]

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Principi’s Plan Backfires

30 April 2008 | Prince William County | 89 Comments

Woodbridge Supervisor Frank Principi wanted to ensure that illegal aliens would get a pass from local law enforcement as long as they didn’t commit an offense that they could be arrested for.  Not only did his attempt to gut the Rule of Law Resolution get not a single vote from his fellow supervisors, but the […]

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It’s Show Time, Again

29 April 2008 | Prince William County | 183 Comments

Once more citizens are required to descend on their elected officials in order to get them to do what common sense would demand they do.  Once more citizens have to closely babysit their government to prevent it from departing from their clearly and consistently stated will.  It shouldn’t be so difficult to get elected officials […]

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BVBL and 9500Liberty Debate On Television

28 April 2008 | Fairfax County, Blogs, Prince William County | 35 Comments


I was invited last week to join George Burke (who is also the Chairman of the 11th District Democratic Committee) on Fairfax Public Access television for a program on “Inside Scoop Virginia” this Sunday.  To my surprise, “documentarian” Annabel Park of 9500Liberty showed up to argue the other side in what […]

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Illegal Alien Apologists Find Faulty Spokesmen

28 April 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Prince William County | 13 Comments

To try to combat the personal experiences of so many county residents who see that the Rule of Law Resolution has made a dramatic positive difference in their communities, the illegal alien lobby has managed to round up some folks willing to trout out another round of dire predictions of inevitable economic collapse, should we […]

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Commies To Celebrate “May Day” With Protests

27 April 2008 | National Politics, Illegal Aliens | 33 Comments

Mexicans Without Borders has announced another mass protest action in the District of Columbia on May 1st in support of amnesty for illegal aliens and a halt to all enforcement of federal immigration laws.  Joining Mexicans Without Borders on the traditional day of celebration for the Communist International is the usual coalition of “mainstream” political […]

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More WashPo Coverage

27 April 2008 | Prince William County | 5 Comments

The Washington Post’s Prince William Section has an article about the success of Help Save Manassas in its first year of operation, and is about as good coverage on the issue as one could reasonably expect.  I’m sure out of a sense of fairness, the next time Mexicans Without Borders celebrates an anniversary they’ll now […]

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Principi Runs And Hides

27 April 2008 | Prince William County | 55 Comments

Since Woodbridge Supervisor Frank Principi announced to the Washington Post that he intended to rescind a portion of the Rule of Law Resolution last week, he has refused to respond to any further media requests.  I’ve also heard from a number of his constituents who are upset that he won’t respond to their requests for […]

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Fairfax County Gets Our Illegal Aliens

26 April 2008 | Fairfax County, Illegal Aliens, Prince William County | 17 Comments

The DC Examiner is reporting that the majority of non-English speaking school students leaving Prince William County as a result of the Rule of Law Resolution are relocating to Fairfax, which as Gerry Connolly has said, doesn’t want “to roll back the welcome mat” for illegal aliens.   So while Prince William County is increasingly relieved […]

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Another Resident Murdered, Gerry Connolly Does Nothing

26 April 2008 | Fairfax County, Illegal Aliens, Crime | 23 Comments

This wasn’t much of a surprise: the two MS-13 members suspected of murdering someone in Springfield last month happen to be illegal aliens, according to the DC Examiner.  Given that the Virginia State Police has said that between eighty and ninety percent of MS-13 gang members are illegal aliens,it seemed only a matter of time […]

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Springtime In Frank Principi’s Woodbridge

25 April 2008 | Prince William County | 121 Comments

UPDATE: The person who provided these photos asked me to remove them because he is fearful for the safety of himself and his family.
Ah, it’s springtime in Frank Principi’s district in Woodbridge, the flowers are in bloom, the smell of freshly cut grass fills the air, and the sounds of chickens echo in the street. […]

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John Jenkins Considers Endangering Public Safety

25 April 2008 | Prince William County | 23 Comments

An article in the DC Examiner quotes Neabsco Supervisor John Jenkins as being open to changing the Rule of Law Resolution to focus on “‘the worst of the worst’ instead of traffic violators,” as if returning the focus of having law enforcement clean up the mess after a tragedy is a better policy than preventing […]

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Despite Budget Cuts, PWCPS Can Still Afford Leftist Tributes

25 April 2008 | Prince William County | 37 Comments

Last year the Prince William County Schools decried the cuts they’d have to make in order to balance their budget and provide a quality education for our children. Yet somehow they still managed to find money in their budget to hold a “Diversity Summit” that was capped off with a tribute to Cesar Chavez. […]

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More About Illegal Aliens And Prostitution

25 April 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Crime, Prince William County | 14 Comments

Another prostitution bust in Prince William County, and yet another illegal alien detained. Someone might start getting the impression that there’s a pattern developing here, since the linkage between illegal aliens and prostitution seems so awfully consistent.

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PotNews: Good News A Cause For Concern

25 April 2008 | Local Economy | 1 Comment

Well after being scooped by the Washington Times and BVBL, the Potomac News is finally reporting on some developments in the residential real estate market that counter their habitual drumbeat of doom-and-gloom economic reports.  Monthly home sales in Prince William County are up over 2007, and Prince William County is the only Northern Virginia jurisdiction […]

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Rule Of Law Resolution Under Assault By Frank Principi

24 April 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Prince William County | 154 Comments

Woodbridge District Supervisor Frank Principi is calling for a gutting of the Rule of Law Resolution, according to today’s Washington Post, arguing that police officers shouldn’t be asking suspected illegal aliens about their immigration status. What Principi seems to be arguing for is a return to the policies established in 2005 by Chief Deane […]

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Does Judy Feder Have A Gambling Problem?

23 April 2008 | Virginia Politics, US Congress | 13 Comments

Most insiders already know Judy Feder, candidate in the 10th Congressional district of Virginia has raised most of her money out of state this cycle, as she did in her last attempt for office.  Sometimes looking at who these donors are can provide some fascinating insight about the agenda that Judy Feder might be interested […]

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The Rule Of Law Resolution Stands Up To Budget Mark-Up

23 April 2008 | Prince William County | 35 Comments

Last evening’s grueling budget mark-up session of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors left implementation of the the Rule of Law Resolution intact while cutting about $6.7 million from the county’s budget, as was reported in the Gainesville Times.  Chairman Corey Stewart had proposed consideration about about $20 million in cuts, which would have […]

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