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Archives for June 2009

News & Messenger Can’t Take The Truth

29 June 2009 | Manassas City, Prince William County | 32 Comments

What do Prince William County’s “Fugitive of the Week” and child rapist Marcos Danilo Reyes Banegas and recently convicted triple-murderer Anastacio Miranda Sanchez have in common?  They’re both illegal aliens.  You wouldn’t know that from reading the Manassas News & Messenger which did articles on both of these recently (see here and here) but failed […]

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Sterling Town Hall Meeting Wednesday

29 June 2009 | Loudoun County, Crime | 8 Comments

Gang activity and violence isn’t just happening in Prince William County, it’s all over Northern Virginia.  Over in the Sterling Park area of Loudoun County they’ve had a rash of this as well, and this Wednesday they’re going to have a Town Hall Meeting about it.  If you’re in Loudoun County, attending a meeting like […]

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Once Again, They Didn’t Even Read The Bill

27 June 2009 | National Politics | 16 Comments

TQ points out this evening that when the House of Representatives passed the “Cap and Tax” bill that if enacted would certainly raise our energy costs through the roof, the actual text of the bill they were voting on wasn’t available to the Congressmen being asked to vote on it.  Yeah, this is our federal […]

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Independence Day Tea Party!

27 June 2009 | National Politics, Prince William County | 33 Comments

Next Saturday is Independence Day, and in addition to the usual barbecues and fireworks there’s an opportunity for you to join with hundreds, perhaps thousands of other Prince William County area residents to protest the outrageous behavior of Congress and the President of late.  Fed up with taxpayer-funded healthcare for illegal aliens?  Outraged with Gerry […]

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Wellington Targeted By 18th Street Gang

25 June 2009 | Illegal Aliens, Crime, Manassas City | 65 Comments

UPDATE: Two suspects arrested!  A new version of the video including information about the suspects is now available.

Today residents of the Wellington neighborhood in Manassas awoke to find an abundance of 18th Street gang graffiti on public and private property in their neighborhood.  Even someone as friendly to the cause of […]

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Gerry Connolly Fails “Fill In The Blank” Test

25 June 2009 | Virginia Politics, US Congress | 12 Comments

A constituent contacts 11th District Congressman Gerry Connolly for help after being arrested at the Canadian border, and Gerry’s response doesn’t even fill in the blank on the form letter that serves as his response.  What an idiot.

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Bob Marshall Wins Another One

25 June 2009 | 13th HOD District, Virginia Politics | 6 Comments

The 4th Circuit affirmed the constitutionality of Virginia’s ban on partial-birth abortion yesterday, ruling in Richmond Medical Center v. Herring that a three judge panel of the same court had erred in declaring the law passed in 2003 was unconstitutional.  This should end the effort by some in the “pro choice” crowd to protect the […]

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Amundson Throws In The Towel

24 June 2009 | DPVA, Fairfax County | 6 Comments

The DPVA is now officially falling apart.  House Homosexual Caucus leader Delegate Kris Amundson, who has been in office for nearly twenty years and a potential contender for House Majority Leader if the Democrats took over the Virginia House of Delegates this election has announced that she will not seek re-election in the 44th District.  […]

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Your Tax Dollars At Work

24 June 2009 | RPV, DPVA, Virginia Politics | 10 Comments

RPV Chairman Pat Mullin’s look into what Governor Kaine has been doing as Chairman of the Democratic National Committee has already resulted in Virginians learning some rather interesting things about their part-time Governor.  One of the more fascinating tidbits has been that when Kaine is jetting across the country to headline partisan events in swanky […]

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Silver Lake Transfer To Park Authority Approved

23 June 2009 | Prince William County | 16 Comments

The Board of Supervisors approved the transfer of Silver Lake to the Park Authority by unanimous vote after voting down Supervisor May’s substitute proposal 2-5.  I found it fascinating that May (and Nohe’s) substitute motion was only distributed to the other board members after the public hearing had concluded, making the first opportunity for other […]

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Marty Nohe To Delay Silver Lake Resolution?

22 June 2009 | Prince William County | 16 Comments

Tuesday the Prince William Board of Supervisors are scheduled to resolve the long-standing, and rather slow-moving status of Silver Lake Park in the Gainesville District.  The resolution to be considered is rather straightforward, and by all appearances would have no problem being passed to finally put an end to the never-ending analyses and battling over […]

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Open Thread

22 June 2009 | Uncategorized | 45 Comments

Once again, it’s time for you to say what’s on your mind…

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Where’s Timmy?

19 June 2009 | Virginia Politics | 11 Comments


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News Roundup

19 June 2009 | Illegal Aliens, Crime, US Senate | 39 Comments

Connolly votes for terrorists to come to Virginia, billions dollars worth of U.S Treasuries recovered in a smuggling attempt,  and GMU’s director of the Mason Project on Immigration declares GMU is knowingly violating federal law.  Here’s a run-down on a few more interesting stories developing this week…

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Luke Torian: Choosing Between God And Mammon

17 June 2009 | 52nd HOD District | 38 Comments

Crystal Clear Conservative has some pretty stunning insights this evening into the business of Luke Torian, Democratic nominee for the 52nd House of Delegates.  It appears that Torian and his wife may be grabbing a cool $300K salary from their church which may be playing awfully fast and loose with the IRS code.  After Democrats […]

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One Down, One To Go

17 June 2009 | Prince William County | 6 Comments

In the face of significant public opposition, GRR has pulled it’s application for building an asphalt plant in the Brentsville District, and Wally Covington finally goes on the record regarding the plant.  It’s truly amazing what citizen activists can do to preserve and protect their community even in the face of […]

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2009 HOD Campaign Preview

17 June 2009 | Virginia House | 10 Comments

Northern Virginia will again be a battleground in the upcoming elections for the House of Delegates as Dems try to capitalize on the 2008 election performance of President Urkel in an effort to try to wrest majority control of the House.  It increasingly appears that their hopes to cling to the year-old coattails of a […]

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PWDC Botches Challenge In 31st HOD District

15 June 2009 | 31st HOD District, PWCDC | 8 Comments

After winning Prince William County for Barack Obama last year, local Democrats were emboldened and began searching far and wide for candidates to run for the General Assembly in 2009. And the results? Democrats recruited challenges to Delegates Jackson Miller (the usual Jeanette Rishell, a 2-time loser) and Bob Marshall (an opponent not […]

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Swine Flu Outbreak Cover-Up at PWCPS?

15 June 2009 | Prince William County | 27 Comments

One parent of a Stonewall Middle School student just had their child diagnosed with Swine Flu, and reported to me that when she contacted the school nurse to report the infection, the school nurse denied that it was a case of Swine Flu despite a physician’s diagnosis, and demanded that she be able to speak […]

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The Left Defends Gaudencio Fernandez

15 June 2009 | Illegal Aliens, Manassas City | 14 Comments

The far left came out to defend civic vandal Gaudencio Fernandez on the opinion page of the Manassas News & Messenger this weekend, providing an interesting insight into what they’re hoping to accomplish.  While they may have a quibble with Fernandez violating zoning ordinances by erecting bizarre billboards in Manassas’ historic district, they seem to […]

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