Archives for October 2008
UPDATE: The rally will be held from 2-7 PM.
The group opposing Prince William County’s use of “Investigations in Number, Data, and Space,” known colloquially as “Math Investigations,” is planning a protest at the McCoart Building on Tuesday (election day) for those who might not be all that engaged in this election and might be looking […]
Today’s evening rush hour at Sudley & Sudley Manor Drive near Manassas
It appears that Barack Obama is going to wrap up his campaign in none other than Manassas Park. What a fitting end to his campaign.
Let’s completely overwhelm some creaky transportation infrastructure as ObamaManiacs flood route 29 to get to this rally, in a jurisdiction that doesn’t have anything approaching an appropriate venue for something of […]
An illegal alien in Manassas Park was nabbed recently for cocaine and firearms trafficking according to the DC Examiner. This guy apparently had managed to incorporate a business in Virginia, purchase a Hummer, and buy a house all without anyone bothering to verify or perhaps even check to see of he was in the country […]
Budgets are tight in Northern Virginia, and local elected officials in Prince William County are looking to economize on the “nice to have” programs while preserving the “must have” programs. Where various supervisors are drawing that line is a revealing. While Corey Stewart is dedicated to preserving public safety, it doesn’t seem that conviction is […]
A letter to the editor in the now-relabeled MJM by Democratic Chair E. J. Scott demonstrates a terrifically rare inability of a local Democratic party unit to obtain any respect from a local newspaper. Seeing the MJM, anything but a bastion of conservative thought, dismiss the candidacies of all the Democrats in Manassas Park is […]
Prince William County is looking for efficiencies and cost reductions in the next budget in order to handle expected tax revenue decreases over the next two years. I spent a little time going through the various agency proposals, which looks a little bit like a half shift towards the zero-based budgeting the county should be […]
The video in this clip was shot on July 10th, 2007 following the first vote by the Prince William Board of County Supervisors to adopt the Rule of Law Resolution. Multiple television stations and newspaper reporters were present, along with a reporter working for the Associated Press, almost all of […]
The Manassas City Police Department has adopted policies consistent with Prince William County’s Rule of Law Resolution as a means of harmonizing law enforcement policies between the two jurisdictions. This makes a lot of sense, since Prince William County and the City of Manassas share a significant number of services, and trying to apply different […]
It shouldn’t take the Attorney General of Virginia to render a formal opinion in order to convince elections officials that absentee ballots from overseas military personnel should be counted. Unfortunately that’s what it takes when Fairfax County is part of the equation.
Thank God we have Bob McDonnell.
Since the nutballs from Salon.com are determined to suck up a significant proportion of my bandwidth and post hysterical comments decrying the “vast right-wing conspiracy”, they might as well take the time to educate themselves while they’re here. If you’re visiting from Salon.com, I invite you to view this video […]
I guess rabid supporters of Barack Obama aren’t too concerned about losing the Christian vote, now that they’ve deployed satanist vandals to spray paint expletive-ridden denunciations of John McCain on people’s houses in Virginia Oaks. As campaign operations go, this is pathetically stupid, although not too terribly surprising. For more Obamamania goodness, go to the […]
I guess the powers-at-be in Manassas Park are pretty concerned about Brian Leeper winning a spot on the Manassas Park Governing Board after his endorsement by the News & Messenger, otherwise they wouldn’t have kicked him out of the Fall Festival today. While other candidates were present and campaigning, Leeper was told that he couldn’t. […]
How well does bending over backwards to accommodate an illegal alien population that demands special privileges? Ask the French.
Fairfax County, that great bastion of democracy. Where the absentee ballots of military personnel are unlawfully discarded due to a technical decision that isn’t permitted under federal law. Where people from out of state are unlawfully permitted to vote. That’s the shocking revelation coming from OpenMarket.org tonight, and without a doubt this is going to […]
The Washington Times editorial page discussed the outrageous story of how an illegal alien managed to engage in a thirteen month crime spree against elderly women between 63 and 92 years of age in Montgomery County, MD, invading their houses, robbing them of their possessions and then selling the stolen goods in a local pawn […]
In late September WJLA reported on a crime involving a saleswoman who went to a house in Centreville for an appointment, and ended up a crime victim. It turned out this was a vacant house that had previously been overcrowded and was soon scheduled for foreclosure. The man she met at the house lured her […]
Now THAT’S what I’m talking about!
The victims, a man and a woman who were in the house at the time of the intrusion, called police and reported a burglary in progress.
The three gunmen forced the man and the woman to the third level of the town house where the shooting occurred, Hernandez said.
Police did […]
This has got to be one of the dumbest the Supreme Court has ever agreed to hear.
An illegal alien from Mexico is working in a steel mill in Illinois since 2000. He’s using an assumed name, a fake Social Security Number, and a fake green card. Six years later, the guy decides he wants to […]
Now Alec Baldwin doesn’t have an excuse for failing to follow through… (direct link)
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