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Archives for April 2008

Employer Pleads Guilty To Hiring Illegal Aliens

23 April 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Crime, Manassas City | 20 Comments

The owners of CMC Concrete, which was raided by agents from Immigration and Customs Enforcement a few weeks ago, avoided jail time but did get fined for unlawfully employing illegal aliens and put on probation, according to the MJM.  Hopefully other employers that engage in this wrongful practice will take heed of this and start […]

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Open Thread

23 April 2008 | Uncategorized | 54 Comments

The PWBOCS meeting ran a little late (until about midnight) leaving me with little time to come up with posts.  There’s good news from the budget mark-up session that I’ll have for readers when I get a chance.  In the meantime, feel free to chime in on happenings in Pennsylvania, the PWC budget, and whatever […]

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Insanity Without Borders Finishes Their Trek

22 April 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Crime, Prince William County | 15 Comments

They illegally crossed the United States border, a criminal misdemeanor offense. Then they conducted a protest (pictured above) against the “militarized border”, which in this case consisted of a single Border Patrol vehicle parked at the side of the road watching to human smugglers and drug runners. Now the “People United” are saying […]

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Bob Marshall Tops Poll

22 April 2008 | Virginia Politics, US Senate | 7 Comments

The campaign of Jim Gilmore has sent out another dubious press release claiming that they have commitments from a majority of delegates who will attend the RPV convention in Richmond in a few weeks.  Since these pronouncements fly directly in the face of what many in the Virginia blogosphere say they observed at recent county […]

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Celebrate Earth Day!

22 April 2008 | Humor & Satire | 68 Comments

Today is the official observation of “earth day.”  To the extent your schedule allows, go out and enjoy God’s creation, think about being a responsible steward of His gift to us, and then visit CarbonCreditKillers.com.  For a small fee, they’ll cut down a tree for you (which I hope they’ll put to productive use), send […]

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Jail Overcrowding Issue Solved In Two Weeks

21 April 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Prince William County | 23 Comments

The DC Examiner is reporting that ICE has dramatically stepped-up efforts to remove illegal aliens held at the Prince William County Adult Detention Center. In addition to working harder to live up to their obligations under the Section 287(g) Agreement, federal officials will also be providing additional federal ICE agents at the facility to […]

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WashPo Covers The Positive Effects Of The Rule Of Law Resolution

21 April 2008 | Prince William County | 75 Comments

Is the Rule of Law Resolution making a positive difference in Prince William County? Two citizens in Prince William County weigh in with the Washington Post with a decidedly affirmative answer.
When Pannell looks out her window at the house next to her mother’s, she said she sees the beginnings.
Before the house was foreclosed […]

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Insanity Without Borders Update

21 April 2008 | Illegal Aliens | 16 Comments

The kooks from the “People United” have quietly changed their original plan to cross the border in Arizona using a smuggling trail somewhere between Nogales and Sasabe, and are now telling folks that they will be passing through an unspecified border inspection station in the area carrying a backpack, water, and a card that says […]

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Patrol Car Cameras And Political Footballs

20 April 2008 | Prince William County | 56 Comments

Prince William County Police Chief Deane has told the Board of Supervisors that his police officers can’t do their job without running afoul of claims of racial profiling unless he gets the chance to install video cameras in all police cruisers and hire additional personnel to review all of the tapes at the end of […]

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John Hager Gets An Endorsement He Probably Didn’t Want

20 April 2008 | RPV | 3 Comments

Courtesy of “SWAC Girl“, we learn that Senator Emmett Hanger is endorsing John Hager for RPV Chairman:
There’s a race going on for 6th District Chairman and with the current race for chairman of the party where you have a fairly brash delegate who has more of an in-your-face way of operating going up against what […]

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“Operation Chaos” For The 11th CD

20 April 2008 | Fairfax County, US Congress, Prince William County | 8 Comments

I think maybe it’s a good time to borrow an idea from Rush Limbaugh, and commence “Operation Chaos” in the 11th Congressional District.  As NLS comes out with “Why Gerry Connolly Sucks, Part 8” in the latest effort to turn the nomination fight among Democrats into an all-out bloodbath (much like the 2006 nomination fight […]

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NLS Tries Thirty Degrees Of Separation, And Fails

19 April 2008 | 51st HOD District, Prince William County | 19 Comments

We had lawyers, they had lawyers, and our lawyers beat the snot out of theirs.  Instead of slinking off in well deserved embarrassment as they should, the next chapter of the battle by the losers is to smear the victors as part of a “hate group”, and some are dumb enough to fall for this, […]

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Border Jumpers Celebrate Ecological Disaster

19 April 2008 | Illegal Aliens | 45 Comments

The insanity without borders crowd has been providing daily updates on their website documenting the progress of their group of kooks as they travel to Mexico with the intention of smuggling themselves across the Arizonan border. These little diaries display a a level of mental disorder that few could have previously imagined possible, as […]

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The Rule Of Law Resolution Remains Wildly Popular

19 April 2008 | Prince William County | 9 Comments

Residential overcrowding is down dramatically over last year. Year-over-year residential property sales in Prince William County increased 65% in March. Gang activity has decreased in recent months. Hospitals are less overcrowded, and demand for uncompensated care has been dramatically reduced. Fewer parked vehicles are being hit by unlicensed drivers who then […]

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ICE Raids Springfield Mall

18 April 2008 | Fairfax County, Illegal Aliens | 34 Comments

WJLA is reporting that a massage parlor in Springfield Mall was raided today, and they came up with ten illegal aliens. There’s no indication that prostitution was involved, but the business was operating without the proper licenses and apparently there were some unsanitary conditions that had raised concerns.
This in Senator Dick Saslaw’s district, although […]

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A Real Estate Market Turnaround In Prince William

18 April 2008 | Local Economy | 28 Comments

For the second month in a row, the residential real estate market in Prince William County seem to be bucking the regional trend of a continued decrease in the number of existing home sales according to an article in today’s Washington Times.  In February, Prince William County was the only jurisdiction to not see a […]

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Criminals Without Borders

18 April 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Crime | 18 Comments

Maryland Delegate Victor Ramirez seems to have a problem with citizen public advocacy groups forming a regional coalition to encourage citizens in Maryland, the District of Columbia, and Virginia to engage with their elected officials and advocate responsible public policies to reduce the number of illegal aliens that unlawfully reside in the region. I’m […]

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The Gilmore Campaign Spin Machine Cranks Up

18 April 2008 | Virginia Politics, US Senate | 7 Comments

The Gilmore for Senate campaign under Dick Leggett is desperately trying to spin the what happened at some recent conventions in Virginia where Bob Marshall received a truly tremendous response from the delegates. After relating to readers what myself and several bloggers in other jurisdictions personally observed, the Gilmore campaign is responding with this, […]

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Kooks United

17 April 2008 | Virginia Politics | 20 Comments

An organization called “The People United” has published an open letter explaining why they want to cross from Mexico into the United States without passing through a border inspection station as the law requires.  To get a handle on what an organization trying to establish “solidarity” with illegal aliens and allied with Mexicans Without Borders […]

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Arlington’s Alternative Approach

17 April 2008 | Arlington County, Illegal Aliens, Crime | 29 Comments

Today’s Washington Post demonstrates some policy alternatives offered by the illegal alien lobby, courtesy of Walter Tejada, Chairman of the Arlington Board of County Supervisors.  It’s a fascinating mixture of blatant contempt for Virginia law and diversion of scarce taxpayer dollars to perpetuate and even encourage the unlawful presence of illegal aliens in Virginia.  You’d […]

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