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Archives for April 2009

Colgan And Barker Break Another Promise

8 April 2009 | 39th VA Senate, 29th VA Senate | 25 Comments

Two Democratic Senators switched their votes on HB 1851 (introduced by Scott Lingamfelter R-31st) today and made the difference in upholding the Governor/DNC Chairman’s veto of a bill that would allow active duty and reserve military personnel to be excepted from Virginia’s “one gun a month” rule.  George Barker and Chuck Colgan, who had previously […]

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Wally Covington: I See Stupid People

8 April 2009 | Prince William County | 75 Comments

Has the full intellectual talent pool of the Brentsville Magisterial District been tapped out?  By the looks of who Supervisor Wally Covington is appointing to the Convention and Visitors Bureau, you’ve got to imagine this must be the case.  How else does one explain announcing the intent to appoint Katherine Mecurio Gotthardt, someone with no […]

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The Fallout

8 April 2009 | RPV | 28 Comments


H/T: Spank That Donkey
Like a number of others in the political blogosphere, I have deep concerns about the ongoing viability of the Republican Party of Virginia as an entity meaningful to the electoral process in Virginia.  As an organization, it has done everything possible to alienate itself from the people most […]

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Rule Of Law Resolution Effective In Gang Suppression

5 April 2009 | Illegal Aliens, Crime, Prince William County | 58 Comments

I suppose the memo outlining Chief Deane’s policy of doing everything possible to downplay the success of the Rule of Law Resolution hasn’t made it’s way down to the Northern Virginia Gang Task Force members yet, given a quote that appeared in today’s Manassas News & Messenger.  Isn’t it interesting what happens when the Chief […]

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Marcos Banegas Still A Fugitive

5 April 2009 | Illegal Aliens, Crime, Prince William County | 10 Comments

Among the more than 500,000 illegal alien absconders that law enforcement are trying to locate is Marcos Danilo Reyes Banegas, who made the “Prince William Fugitive Of The Week” today.  Banegas, an illegal alien from Honduras,  is wanted for the rape of an eight year old Woodbridge  girl this past February.  They might want to […]

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Jeff Frederick Removed

4 April 2009 | RPV | 67 Comments

Today the State Central Committee removed RPV Chairman Jeff Frederick from office by a vote of 57-18.
Who the next lamb destined for slaughter in this position will be has not been disclosed yet.  My expectation is that the appointment will speak volumes about why Frederick was removed, and firmly establish whether RPV has a future […]

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Ding Dong, The Witch Is Leaving!

3 April 2009 | Virginia Senate | 12 Comments

The Virginia Pilot reports that Ken Stolle is planning to leave the Senate of Virginia!  Oh, HAPPY DAY!
One catch, though.  He says he’ll only do it if he is elected Sheriff of Virginia Beach.
State Sen. Ken Stolle, R-Virginia Beach, this morning made it official: He’ll run for Virginia Beach sheriff this fall and leave the […]

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State Central To Vote On Mass Suicide

3 April 2009 | RPV | 29 Comments

Tomorrow the State Central Committee will vote on a proposal to split the Republican Party of Virginia into two groups: A big business, tax-friendly, weak on illegal immigration group lead by Speaker Howell that will seek to out-Democrat the Democratic Party of Virginia that would be in charge of things, and another grass-roots conservative group […]

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Founding Fathers Spinning in Their Graves

3 April 2009 | National Politics | 11 Comments

Guest post by Sanford D. Horn
“In framing a government which is to be administered by men over men, the great difficulty lies in this: you must first enable the government to control the governed; and in the next place oblige it to control itself.” — James Madison, Federalist No. 51
Those gurgling, choking and gasping sounds […]

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April 15th “Tea Party” At McCoart

2 April 2009 | National Politics, Prince William County | 16 Comments

I’m hearing rumors that there will be a “Taxed Enough Already” (TEA) protest at McCoart Center on April 15th.  If you’ve got the details, I’m sure a lot of folks would want to find out more about this!
UPDATE: I got this in my inbox, so it looks like this is actually happening:
On April the […]

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Violent Crime Plunges In Prince William

1 April 2009 | Illegal Aliens, Crime, Prince William County | 44 Comments

Today at 2:00PM Prince William County will announce that violent crimes decreased by a whopping 22% in 2007, demonstrating once again the value of protecting the quality of life by having local law enforcement participate in federal efforts to reduce the number of illegal aliens unlawfully present in our communities.  The previous year, more than […]

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