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Archives for June 2008

46 Illegal Alien Gang-Bangers Nabbed In Richmond

30 June 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Virginia Politics, Crime | 52 Comments

Looks like the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement continues to be busy in the Richmond area, following on a workplace enforcement raid in Richmond City at the construction site of a federal courthouse in May.  Of note, the following press release from ICE mentions that Attorney General Bob McDonnell played a significant role once […]

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Fewer Illegal Aliens, Less Crime

30 June 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Crime, Prince William County | 49 Comments

Police officers have been telling me privately that they’re seeing a measurable decrease in crime over the past year, and today the DC Examiner tells us that those anecdotal reports are now backed up by official statistics.  While Fairfax County sees their crime rate increasing, Prince William County saw a 22% drop in crime in […]

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HB 6055: The Sharon Pandak Employment Act

29 June 2008 | Virginia Politics | 14 Comments

Courtesy of Right Wing Liberal, here is a short run-down on the monstrosity that is HB 6055.  Not only would we be getting a huge tax hike under this ridiculous bill, but the money raised would be used for, among other things, to fund NVTA lobbying efforts in the General Assembly so they can ask […]

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Billboard Hearing On July 8th

29 June 2008 | Manassas City | 25 Comments

On July 8th Gaudencio Fernandez is scheduled to appear at a hearing in General District Court to answer for his serial violations of Manassas City zoning and building ordinances for erecting and then structurally reinforcing a billboard on Prince William Street.  That laws and ordinances would actually apply to Mr. Fernandez as they would to […]

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Obama’s Suspect Birth Certificate

28 June 2008 | National Politics | 65 Comments

After some questions about whether Barack Obama qualifies as a “natural born citizen” under Article II, Section 1 of the Constitution, the Barack Obama campaign released an electronic copy of what they purported to be Barack Obama’s birth certificate.  There’s a bit of a problem, however.  The document that the campaign released does not appear […]

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Mexican Mafia: “United States Is Stupid”

28 June 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Virginia Politics, Crime | 14 Comments

Lax efforts by state and local law enforcement make it easy for not just illegal aliens, but also illegal aliens with a shocking history of violence to remain in Virginia and laugh at our feeble efforts to control our borders and remove illegal aliens from the United States.  Take a recent example, that of Rolando […]

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Is Dave Albo The New Russ Potts?

28 June 2008 | Virginia Politics | 7 Comments

James Atticus Bowden has a terrific op-ed excoriating HB 6055, which is the Dave Albo initiative to re-brand the Republican Party as the party of higher taxes and wasteful spending.  This isn’t the first time that Albo reflexively jumped at the idea of regional tax authorities and higher taxes — in 2006, Albo advocated for […]

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Keith Fimian: Tax Hikers “On A Different Planet”

27 June 2008 | Virginia Politics, US Congress | 17 Comments

Speaking of elected officials who can clearly express a solid position, folks might be interested in Keith Fimian’s reaction to Dick Saslaw’s proposal to increase our taxes in order to spend more money on transportation.  No mincing of words here, for sure.  I’m really liking this guy.

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Isn’t This What They Call An Invasion?

27 June 2008 | National Politics, Illegal Aliens, Crime | 28 Comments

Remember the fuss when Delegate Bob Marshall was running for the nomination for the United States and suggested that it would be a good idea to put U.S. military forces on our southern border?  Some seemed to think that might not be a wise idea, that it would be a waste of resources, and that […]

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It’s Not Easy Being Green

27 June 2008 | National Politics, Humor & Satire | 17 Comments


How utterly horked up is Congress, now that the enviro-wackos have taken charge? In this clip from C-SPAN Rep. Ted Poe of Texas revels in the opportunity to explain, to the obvious amusement of Rep. Tom Tancredo who is seated behind him. This brings up an interesting possibility: if […]

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Hey Libs: Give A Poor Wildcat A Home!

27 June 2008 | Virginia Politics | 29 Comments

Oh, the poor feral cats!  Those poor, nasty, aggressive and thoroughly problematic wild animals that had infested the new location of the Fox affiliate in Richmond.  Instead of being lovingly brought in by the Richmond SPCA and offered to unsuspecting victims as adoptive pets, they were bulldozed by a pest control company.  Liberals, who probably […]

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Open Thread

27 June 2008 | Uncategorized | 45 Comments

It has been awhile since I had one of these, so have at it…

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The Ethics That Attend Obama Rallies

26 June 2008 | Prince William County | 55 Comments

Here’s a fascinating account of how Gina Bellamy, a school nurse with the Prince William County School system, lied to her employer about being ill in order to lend her presence to the underwhelming audience that greeted Barack Obama at Nissan Pavillion last month.  When you’re playing hooky from school, it’s best not to go […]

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It’s No Fun Employing An Illegal Alien

26 June 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Virginia Politics, Crime | 36 Comments

In order to roll out Verizon FIOS on-schedule, Verizon hires a bunch of contractors, who then hire their own subcontractors that avail themselves of the cheap illegal alien labor that Verizon has learned it cannot directly employ.  Apparently these contractors manage to fulfill their need for cheap labor by swinging by day labor sites, where […]

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DC Gun Ban Executed By SCOTUS

26 June 2008 | National Politics | 18 Comments

As expected, the U.S. Supreme Court affirmed that the Second Amendment of the Constitution is an individual right and upheld a previous ruling that said that the gun ban in the District of Columbia is unconstitutional.  Now that we’ve dispensed with the utter folly of the idea that “the right of the people” somehow means […]

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Ruttenberg Wins In 4th Circuit

26 June 2008 | Rack & Roll Scandal | 10 Comments

The City of Manassas Park is now subject to discovery motions in Ruttenberg v. Jones due to a reversal by the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals.  Virginia Lawyers Weekly has gone through the decision, and they conclude that the decision allows David Ruttenberg to move forward in his quest for justice in the in the […]

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Democrat Tax Hikes Doomed

25 June 2008 | Virginia Politics | 21 Comments

Caption from the MJM: Del. Brian J. Moran, D-Alexandria, left, and House Minority Leader Ward L. Armstrong, D-Henry, listen as Del. L. Scott Lingamfelter, R-Prince William, presents a bill to the House Finance committee in Richmond, VA, Tuesday, June 24, 2008, on the second day of the special transportation session.
I wouldn’t call this “listening”, at […]

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The Flood Of Illegal Aliens In Loudoun County

25 June 2008 | Loudoun County, Illegal Aliens | 14 Comments

Quite a few of us in Prince William County are looking forward to the roll-out of Verizon FIOS, even though the crews digging up area lawns to lay fiberoptic cable aren’t met with quite the same level of excitement.  However we may feel about these crews in Prince William, over in Loudoun County many residents […]

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Will John McCain Break His Promise?

25 June 2008 | National Politics | 68 Comments

Congressman Tom Tancredo is not too impressed with the comments John McCain made to a select audience of Latinos in Chicago recently, and is publicly demanding some answers according to ABC News.  As word spreads of McCain’s duplicity some conservatives are demanding answers, at least to the extent that conservatives remain who haven’t thrown their […]

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Help Save Manassas Thursday

25 June 2008 | Manassas Park, Manassas City, Prince William County | 1 Comment

Come join Help Save Manassas at their monthly membership meeting this Thursday at 7:30PM at Manassas City Council Chambers.  Want to find out what’s going on with the billboard on Prince William Street?  Interested in what’s happening with day labor sites in Prince William County?  Changes in police department policy in Manassas and Prince William […]

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