Archives for November 2008
For the second time in three years, the Osbourn Eagles of Manassas will go to the state championships, which they won in 2006. Congrats to the team, and I hope lost of folks can get down to Blacksburg next Saturday and root for the team.
The news cycle should be somewhat more relaxed for the next few days, but that doesn’t mean there’s nothing to talk about…
There’s a debate supposedly within the Republican party over whether it should remain steadfast to Republican principles or be “pragmatic” about them in order to appeal to independents and Democrats. Another concurrent debate has started about Jeff Frederick as RPV Chairman. If you really want to understand why these debates are happening, look no farther […]
One of the ugly undersides that attends the illegal immigration problem in the area is trafficking in human beings, often enslaving young women into lives of prostitution, abuse, drug dealing and untold other human horrors. Swimming in a sea of an illegal alien subculture, predators turn the young, naive and desperate into slaves that enrich […]
The Virginia Commission on Immigration, stacked by Governor Kaine with a large number of illegal alien apologists, is expected to issue a report to the Governor urging him to abandon any efforts to ensure that our laws are enforced and instead make it easier for illegal aliens to unlawfully reside in Virginia, according to today’s […]
Out in Chicago there’s some friends of mine who run “Blogs 4 Borders“. Up until recently they produced a weekly video on the illegal alien issue from a national perspective, which has just been terrific. Like all of us in this fight it is a labor of love, conviction and patriotism, but certainly not one […]
The illegal alien who raped a four year old girl in her house on the 9500 block of Lomond Drive in March was sentenced to thirteen years in prison this week. After Julio Cesar Huaman-Usca completes his sentence, he will be deported. That deportation will come about fourteen years too late.
George Mason University is expanding their new Islamic Studies Program according to the Washington Times, and to help finance that effort they turned to a rather unusual source: the terrorist-affiliated International Institute for Islamic Thought. I can’t say this comes as much of a surprise. Given that these IIIT folks have $1.5 million to dole […]
A week ago some MS-13 graffiti showed up on Sudley Manor Drive. Today when the Crime Prevention Team of Help Save Manassas showed up to remove it, Surenos 13 had been by to add their “voice”, or more accurately to oppose the expansion of MS-13 turf into the townhouse complex near the Sudley Community Center. […]
This is an interesting look at some Obama voters and their basis for making the decision they made on election day. I see the mainstream media did an excellent job of making sure voters could make an informed decision at the polls, as usual. Don’t take this to mean […]
On a 7-1 vote this evening the Prince William Board of County Supervisors approved the Special Use Permit for a shooting range to operate at the former site of Shooter’s Paradise on Route One. The range will provide training support for local law enforcement, and even space for a police substation in addition to being […]
It’s not that unusual to have teachers trying to prevent students from flashing gang signs, especially when the school is located in an area where there’s a lot of gang graffiti popping up. But what do we do when teachers are forced to do this with first graders?
Six year olds. Flashing gang signs. We’re in […]
Coming on the heels of a drug bust of an illegal alien reported a few days ago there’s yet another story in the Washington Times about four illegal aliens from the Manassas area being busted in Frederick County, Maryland with nearly a kilo of cocaine. The timing here is rather interesting.
After a rush of localities discovered the utility of deporting criminal illegal aliens rather than releasing them from jail after they served their sentences, Fairfax County Sheriff Stan Berry quietly applied to have Fairfax County participate in the Section 287(g) Program. Unfortunately, it appears that waiting has consequences, as Fairfax County won’t be accepted into […]
An illegal alien in Dale City going by the nickname “Mexicano” was arrested on drug distribution charges on October 7th, according to an article in this weekend’s DC Examiner. Police found a single ounce of cocaine when they arrested David Gutierrez Sandoval, but nabbed one of his “mules” with about a kilo. The alleged illegal […]
This photo was taken at an AT&T cellular store in Manassas City across from Prince William Hospital, which apparently is interested in gaining as customers illegal aliens, who presumably are the only potential customers lacking identification or social security numbers. You’d think that after the mortgage industry learned just how bad an idea it is […]
This week some MS-13 gang-bangers decided to vandalize my community as a means of marking their turf. Gang graffiti is visible from Sudley Manor Drive on multiple brick walls and privacy fences behind the town homes on Quail Run Lane extending all the way to Copeland Drive. Given that the Virginia State Police estimates […]
Once again, have at it…
Help Save Manassas will have its monthly meeting this Thursday at Manassas City Hall’s Council Chambers, starting at 7:30PM. Joining us (barring some last-minute emergency, which has happened before) we will be briefed by a representative of the Northern Virginia Gang Task Force. Although gang activity is not at all solely related to […]
Have the developers in Prince William County found a new opportunity to influence elected officials in local Democrats? It sure looks that way, given this email that recently went out to residents in the 52st District: