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Moran Out Of Touch On Many Levels

31 May 2009 | National Politics, US Congress | 9 Comments

Guest post by Sanford D. Horn
Congressman Jim Moran is out of touch – with both his constituents, and quite frankly, as well as with reality. Several weeks ago, Moran opined in another publication that the United States should not only close the Guantanamo Bay detention center, but that the detainees would be accepted by the […]

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Live Convention Video

30 May 2009 | RPV | 1 Comment

The Republican House Caucus is sponsoring the ustream feed of today’s Republican Convention, and I’ll me managing the technical details. Tune in for a bit to watch this rockin’ event! Coverage starts at 10AM.
After the convention concludes, I will remove the video player and the formatting of this site will return to normal.

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RPV Convention Open Thread

27 May 2009 | RPV | 31 Comments

While I’m tied up getting ready for the Republican Convention in Richmond, I’m sure folks would be interested in finding out who you support and why.  With the Governor nomination a done deal, I’m supporting Bill Bolling and Ken Cuccinelli, of course.  In terms of the Chairman’s race, I think both candidates are good men […]

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Corrupt County Employee Given Award By County Executive

26 May 2009 | Crime, Prince William County | 6 Comments

The now-terminated Deputy Chief Information officer for Prince William County and subject of an FBI investigation for bid-rigging and possibly other charges of corruption turns out to be the very person that County Executive Craig Gerhart singled out for an award honoring work performance award last June, which is rightly raising some eyebrows.  Insiders tell […]

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Traitors In Our Midst

26 May 2009 | Illegal Aliens, Prince William County | 73 Comments

Anyone who has been to a local McDonald’s and usually employs English to communicate has encountered some, well, challenges in getting service.  That has gotten some activists wondering exactly what the employment policies were for this corporation, and wrote to them recently asking whether they used the federal E-Verify program to ensure they’re not employing […]

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Chief Deane Helps Raise Funds For Anarchist Radicals

25 May 2009 | Zapatistas, Prince William County | 69 Comments

Of course since the illegal alien apologists did something, somewhere, it’s got to get headline coverage in the Manassas News & Messenger, the paper that recently advocated that we consider relocating terrorists from Camp Delta at Guantanamo Bay to Northern Virginia.  While that shameless promotion can be somewhat annoying, it is nonetheless informative, although in […]

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City Council Candidates Announced

24 May 2009 | Manassas City | 10 Comments

Manassas City Councilman Andy Harrover has the list of people who have submitted paperwork to fill the open seat on the City Council.  They are:

Julie Cochran
Sanford Williams
Robyn Williams
Robert Schipp
Audrey Sansale
Dora Brooks
Sheryl Bass
Bruce Gross
Dave Core
John Myers

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Dems Bombing In Advance of Primary

22 May 2009 | Virginia Politics | 13 Comments

This is just plain hilarious.  After months of attacks against Bob McDonnell financed by out-of-state organizations that seem to have a lot of trouble getting their campaign finance reports right, Bob McDonnell is just crushing his potential opponents in the polls.  I guess Democrats still haven’t figured out how plain unpopular Terry McAuliffe and the […]

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Illegal Aliens and National Security

22 May 2009 | National Politics, Illegal Aliens | 12 Comments

Think the illegal alien issue just relates to a bunch of harmless third-world refugees with a poor understanding of the societal norms of the United States? Think again. Think weapons of mass destruction.

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Mark Warner Slaps Manassas In The Face

21 May 2009 | Manassas City, US Senate | 10 Comments

Manassas City residents will be really pleased to learn that Senator Mark Warner has asked for $100,000 in taxpayer money to be given to H.O.M.E of Richmond, the outfit that litigated against Manassas City resulting in a settlement that severely challenged the city’s budget during difficult economic times.  While Senator Warner lavishes your taxpayer dollars […]

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Fairfax Seeks Child Rapist Day Laborer

21 May 2009 | Fairfax County, Illegal Aliens | 10 Comments

From the DC Examiner:
U.S. marshals are looking for an illegal immigrant accused of sexually assaulting a 12-year-old, and authorities are asking the public to help put him behind bars.
Yimi “Jimmy” Humberto Diaz, 26, is wanted on suspicion of a child sex assault that occurred in March in Fairfax County, marshals said.

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Cooch Nails Obama’s Notre Dame Visit

17 May 2009 | National Politics | 41 Comments

Ken Cuccinelli, writing in this week’s edition of the “Cuccinelli Compass” says it best when commenting on Barack Obama’s appearance at Notre Dame.  Although I’m not a Catholic, I completely understand the angst this abandonment of principle must pose to those of the Catholic faith, and sympathize with those concerned that the leaders who represent […]

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Would The Census Answer This Question?

16 May 2009 | Illegal Aliens | 29 Comments

The release of the most recent U.S. Census Department figures have a lot of folks talking about the relative proportion of persons of Hispanic descent in the Commonwealth, but so far no one has bothered to look at these figures in order to estimate the number of persons of Hispanic descent who are illegal aliens.  […]

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Jeanette Rishell: I’m In Search Of A Clue

13 May 2009 | Jeanette Rishell | 12 Comments

The Gainesville Times recently interviewed the hapless Jeanette Rishell trying to divine what legislative agenda she promises to pursue.  After what must have been a lengthy conversation, they came up empty.  Jeanette Rishell simply doesn’t have any ideas at all.

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Manassas Park’s Case Cut Off At The Legs

12 May 2009 | Rack & Roll Scandal | 8 Comments

Well, lookie here City of Manassas Park: one of your major arguments against David Ruttenberg in the Rack n’ Roll scandal just got thrown out by the Fifth Circuit, and the Eleventh Circuit agrees!  I guess you better come up with a better rationale for having more than fifty police officers in SWAT gear raid […]

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Open Thread

12 May 2009 | Uncategorized | 50 Comments

It’s been a while, so here’s your chance to have at it…

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The Promise Of Home

12 May 2009 | National Politics, Illegal Aliens | 6 Comments

The project “The Promise of Home” has been released to the web as a series of mini-movies that are a must-view to anyone who wants to be fully informed about the illegal alien issue and understand the full scope of the utter stupidity inherent in granting amnesty to illegal aliens.  Get […]

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A Message From Our Moral Superiors

11 May 2009 | National Politics, Humor & Satire, Prince William County | 6 Comments

Here’s a public service message from Congressman Jim Moran and the editorial board of the Manassas News & Messenger. Should terrorists from Guantanamo Bay be relocated to Northern Virginia, and potentially released from incarceration here after the Obama Administration gets tired of being responsible for them and the “stain” they […]

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Crime Wave At The Shore

11 May 2009 | Illegal Aliens, Crime | 9 Comments

On illegal aliens and crime:

Courtesy of The Promise of Home.

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More Criticism of the News & Messenger

11 May 2009 | Jeanette Rishell, Manassas City | 9 Comments

This letter to the editor provides a welcome follow-on to yesterday’s criticism of the News and Messenger trying to argue that letting formerly detained terrorists from Guantanamo loose in our communities.  The prominent front page coverage given to the “gay prom” held at the Bull Run Unitarian Universalist Church has resulted in another reader backlash, […]

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