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Archives for July 2008

More on Blog Lawsuits

30 July 2008 | Blogs | 15 Comments

Given the pedigree of this website, I thought some of you would be interested in this study.
It seems that many people have been trying to use the courts to silence annoying (but frequently accurate) bloggers.  And almost always fail.
It is unfortunate that the threat of a lawsuit that would have certainly failed was enough to […]

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New Gang Activity

29 July 2008 | Crime, Prince William County | 47 Comments

There’s some new criminal gangs in town, or at least gangs that haven’t previously been actively tagging our neighborhoods. After seeing a pretty significant decline in MS-13 and Surenos 13 taggings lately, we’re seeing new MS-13 activity in Stonewall Park in Manassas, Mexican Mafia, Surenos 13 and South Side 13 activity in the Gainesville district, […]

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Hard Times On Route 234

29 July 2008 | Local Economy | 92 Comments

Oh, what a happy day.  Hard Times Cafe is getting ready to open on Route 234 near Sudley Manor Drive in what used to be a Korean mafia owned place called “Sharpshooters”.  For a while that place was having a “gay night” on Thursdays, and was the scene of several large brawls connected with their […]

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Congress Guts Local Efforts To Combat Illegal Immigration

28 July 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Crime, Manassas City, Prince William County | 49 Comments

The federal government fails to deal with the issue of a massive influx of illegal aliens, and then throws localities a bone in the form of the 287(g) Program which allows localities to do some of the work that the feds aren’t getting done.  Just about the time localities start to discover just how well […]

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Help Save Manassas Wednesday

27 July 2008 | Manassas City, Prince William County | 14 Comments

Help Save Manassas will have their monthly meeting Wednesday, July 30th at 7:30PM at Manassas City Council Chambers.  Find out what’s going on in the fight against illegal immigration, and how you can help your community.  Members that sign new folks up could even win Redskins tickets, so being your friends and neighbors!

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Austin Haynes Spraypark Fundraiser August 1st!

27 July 2008 | Patriotism | 6 Comments

Prince William County Soil & Water Board member Austin Haynes is trying to raise money for a Sprayground at Stonewall Park Pool and could use your help.  While some have worked hard trying to get tax money appropriated to fund this effort, Austin thinks he can raise the money to have this built.  Let’s help […]

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Gerry Connolly Can’t Handle The Truth

26 July 2008 | Gerry Connolly, Fairfax County, Illegal Aliens | 43 Comments

Not only doesn’t Gerry Connolly have any desire to address the issue of illegal aliens in Fairfax County, he won’t even permit government officials to tell him that a problem exists.  This week Fairfax Superintendent Jack Dale gave a presentation to the Board of County Supervisors on the outlook for Fairfax County Schools next year […]

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Water On Mars!

26 July 2008 | Humor & Satire | 8 Comments

Breaking…
Courtesy of NASA, photographic evidence of water on Mars!

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Again, The Rest Of The Story

26 July 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Crime, Manassas City | 39 Comments

The Manassas Journal-Messenger reports that Jose David Martinez-Zeron plead guilty in the grisly 2007 murder of Brenely Ester Lessing-Yanez, but what they don’t tell you is that Martinez-Zeron is an illegal alien from Guatemala, nor that he had been released from police custody on a $1,000 bond a day earlier following an arrest by the […]

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McCain’s Secret Advisor

25 July 2008 | National Politics | 28 Comments

So why won’t John McCain allow his national director for Hispanic Outreach speak in front of the press?  Maybe the resume of this Juan Hernandez has something to do with it: it includes a stint working for Vincente Fox where he lobbied for health and education entitlements for illegal aliens, something Republicans would likely find […]

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News Roundup

25 July 2008 | Uncategorized | 22 Comments

Lots seems to have happened while I was out of the country most of this week.  Here are some of the highlights:

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BB&T Robbed Again

24 July 2008 | Crime, Prince William County | 37 Comments

Once again, a BB&T Bank in the Manassas area was the site of an armed robbery according to a FOX 5 report this evening.  Why BB&T you ask?   When a bank posts a sign prohibiting law-abiding patrons from carrying their firearms lawfully, it signals to would-be criminals that the business is an easy mark and […]

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Barack Obama: No Tickee, No Laundry

24 July 2008 | National Politics | 31 Comments

Was the scan of Barack Obama’s birth certificate (technically a “certificate of live birth”, or COLB) posted on Daily Kos a forgery?  A pretty accomplished document expert thinks so, which further brings into question Obama’s constitutional qualification to be President of the United States.  At this point I think it’s safe to conclude that what […]

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Victims The Washington Post Cares Nothing For

23 July 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Virginia Politics, Crime | 75 Comments

A company employs an illegal alien who then kills two people in South Richmond in an automobile accident using a company vehicle.  In addition to criminal charges against the illegal alien, the estate of the victims have filed a lawsuit against the company that was unlawfully employing the illegal alien.  Hopefully stories like this will […]

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Open Thread

20 July 2008 | Prince William County | 128 Comments

A couple of observations from over the weekend worth mentioning:
No, PWCPS Superintendent Walts is not resigning/been fired or whatever, despite rumors to that effect.  Some folks have confused the resignation of the State Superintendent with Dr. Walts.  For beter or worse, Dr. Walts is still with us.
Nice Civil War re-enactment event at the Ben Lomond […]

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Manassas Park Harasses Another Resident

20 July 2008 | Manassas Park | 43 Comments

Looks like our friends in Manassas Park are up to business as usual, given this plea for help from a local resident.  From the looks of this they guy was doing nothing wrong, and officers from the Manassas Park Police Department resorted to making up laws to threaten him with after they realized they had […]

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More Illegals, More Crime?

18 July 2008 | Fairfax County, Illegal Aliens, Crime | 63 Comments

At the same time the crime rate in Prince William County made the biggest drop in seven years, it seems that the crime rate in Fairfax County is increasing.  This wouldn’t happen to have anything to do with the frequent reports of illegal aliens relocating from Prince William County to Fairfax County now, would it?

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Welcome To The Neighborhood

18 July 2008 | Crime, Prince William County | 90 Comments

The ongoing gang graffitti battle between MS-13 and Surenos-13 seems to be heating up again after being pretty quiet since December.  This photo was taken today on Lomond Drive by a BVBL reader.  Before this was called in the Prince William County Police, which patrol this high-traffic area regularly, they seemed unaware that this had […]

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Tranchant Speaks To Immigration Commission

17 July 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Virginia Politics | 18 Comments

Ray Tranchant shows picture of his murdered daughter (from powhatan life)
The Virginia Commission on Immigration met in Norfolk recently, allowing one of the citizens of the Commonwealth who may have more authority to speak on this subject than many of us ever will, to have her chance to address these elected officials.  From the […]

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The Rest Of The Story

17 July 2008 | Loudoun County, Illegal Aliens | 24 Comments

There’s been quite a stir lately about the 13 year old illegal alien whose friends lobbied Senator Jim Webb for a reprieve from a deportation order that was scheduled to be executed yesterday.  The boy, whose mother is legally present in the United States, was apprehended trying to cross the border in 2005 and was […]

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