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Illegal Aliens Cost Virginia Taxpayers $1.7 Billion Annually

12 June 2009 | Illegal Aliens, Virginia Politics | 48 Comments

The Federation of American Immigration Reform has released an important study quantifying the costs that Virginia taxpayers bear to support the continued unlawful presence of illegal aliens in Virginia.  The total estimated costs reach nearly $1.7 billion dollars per year for the nearly 300,000 illegal aliens present in Virginia.  If we didn’t have this huge […]

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Amnesty For Illegal Aliens Crawls Forward In The Obama Administration

12 June 2009 | National Politics, Illegal Aliens | 18 Comments

Our friends at the Federation For American Immigration Reform are deeply concerned that the Obama Administration and their liberal allies are trying to gut our laws prohibiting the employment of illegal aliens.  They see this as the first step in welcoming millions more foreign nationals into the United States at the same time we’ve got […]

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Gerry Connolly: Screw Our Troops

11 June 2009 | Gerry Connolly, Fairfax County, US Congress, Prince William County | 32 Comments

Bill O’Reilly calls out Congressman Gerry Connolly as a “Mother Jones Leftist” for voting against the restrictions on the release of photos of Guantanamo Bay detainees that would almost certainly increase the danger to our troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. So much for Connolly being a “moderate,” as he claimed during […]

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Swine Flu in PWC Schools

10 June 2009 | Prince William County | 48 Comments

The News & Messenger is reporting a confirmed case of “swine flu” has been detected at West Gate Elementary School.  No big surprise there, if you’re familiar with the neighborhood it serves at all.  Although the student with the virus hasn’t been identified for obvious reasons, my strong suspicion is that the parents of this […]

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Dem Primary Open Thread

9 June 2009 | DPVA, Virginia Politics | 13 Comments

Virginia Democrats chose Creigh Deeds as their nominee for Governor as a result of strong support in Northern Virginia, proving that the vote of the Washington Post editorial board is perhaps the most important one in Democratic Party Primaries.  I’m glad to see McAuliffe sent packing, showing Democrats are capable of making at least some […]

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Sheryl Bass Gets The Nod

8 June 2009 | Manassas City | 4 Comments

The Manassas City Council appointed Sheryl Bass to serve out the term of former City Councilman Steve Smith in Manassas this evening, selecting her from nine others expressing interest in the job.  Bass, who formerly served on the Manassas City School Board, largely adheres to the same policies of outgoing member Steve Smith by all […]

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Liberalism Kills

8 June 2009 | Illegal Aliens, Crime | 21 Comments

Why has violent crime decreased in Prince William County while neighboring jurisdictions are seeing huge increases in the prosecutions of MS-13 gang members?  As expected, when Prince William County adopted tough measures to deal with illegal aliens they relocated to more friendly venues where local law enforcement refused to address large groups of illegal aliens […]

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Porn For Manassas Park’s Schools

7 June 2009 | Rack & Roll Scandal, Manassas Park | 22 Comments

Manassas Park has two openings on the School Board that start June 30th, and guess who shows up to apply for the position?  Maybe someone with a long history of working with the school system?  Perhaps someone with extensive management experience?  This is the Park we’re talking about here, so of course the story isn’t […]

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Campaign Kickoff In Prince William County

5 June 2009 | PWCRC | No Comments

There was a big turnout at last night’s rain-soaked opening of the headquarters of the Prince William County Republicans last night where Attorney General nominee Ken Cuccinelli and local elected officials helped kick off the general election campaign.  This was a great gear-up to this Saturday’s surge when volunteers will knock doors in precincts all […]

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Another Bid-Rigging Scandal in PWC Government?

4 June 2009 | Crime, Prince William County | 5 Comments

Back in October of 2008 Prince William County issued Request For Proposal RFP090010 seeking competitive bids on the healthcare benefits provided to all county employees, including those that work for the PWC Service Authority, the Park Authority and Prince William County Schools.  Ostensibly the purpose was to provide the best benefits to county employees at […]

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Virtucon Exposes Explosive County Sex Harassment Scandal

4 June 2009 | Crime, Prince William County | 17 Comments

Now that Craig Gerhart is stepping aside and the chances of retaliation have somewhat abated, someone has leaked to Virginia Virtucon some damning evidence alleging pervasive sexual harassment within the county’s Planning Office that doesn’t seem to have ever been addressed.  Although the county is more than willing dig into equal opportunity complaints, some justified […]

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Corey Stewart At The Convention

4 June 2009 | RPV, Prince William County | 9 Comments

I caught up with Prince William County Chairman Corey Stewart on the floor of the convention immediately after the results were announced and got his impressions on the selection of Ken Cuccinelli as the nominee for Attorney General and the convention in general.  Folks at the convention were extremely pleased with […]

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Brian Moran Endorsed By OpenCarry.org

3 June 2009 | Virginia Politics | 12 Comments

OpenCarry.org, one of the more respected gun rights organizations in my book issued an endorsement in the upcoming Democratic primary for Brian Moran.  I’m not quite sure what to think about this, but I find the critique of Creigh Deeds’ record on Second Amendment issues fascinating.  So without further ado, here’s the endorsement issued by […]

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Gerhart Resigns!

3 June 2009 | Prince William County | 63 Comments

The News & Messenger is reporting that County Executive Craig Gerhart has resigned, a day after criminal indictments were handed down in a bid-rigging scandal at the Office of Information Technology!  Now all we have to do is make sure his crony Melissa Peacor doesn’t waltz into this position, and we have a great opportunity […]

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Sasha Gong Running In The 46th District

3 June 2009 | Fairfax County, Virginia House | 2 Comments

Imprisoned by the communists.  Had family members killed during the Cultural Revolution in China.  Came to the United States as an immigrant with nothing, and ended up making it into some of America’s best universities and obtaining a doctorate degree.  Now she’s running for Brian Moran’s old seat in the House […]

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Four County Employees Arrested

2 June 2009 | Crime, Prince William County | 10 Comments

The ongoing investigation of the Prince William Department of Information Technology takes a new turn tonight as the police announce the arrests of four individuals. Maneesh Gupta, John Roessler, Vernon Roessler and Richard Billingsley are all being held without bond this evening according to a press release from the Prince William County Police Department. […]

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Sean Hannity at the RPV Convention

2 June 2009 | RPV | 7 Comments

Some readers have requested the video of Sean Hannity at the Republican Convention, and this is one of the very few speeches from the convention that I have. It was shot at extreme zoom on my camera and even that wasn’t quite enough, so the quality isn’t quite as good […]

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Delegate Scott Lingamfelter At The RPV Convention

2 June 2009 | RPV, 31st HOD District | No Comments

Delegate Lingamfelter stopped by the mini-studio at the Republican convention, and I took the opportunity to interview him. We could hardly hear each other with all the noise in Richmond Coliseum so the audio is a little iffy, but Scott talks about the Tea Party movement and the implications it […]

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RPV Convention Embraces New Media

2 June 2009 | RPV, Blogs | 13 Comments

The convention of the Republican Party of Virginia was an awesome event, although I had little time to take much of it in.  The RPV New Media Committee through sponsorship from the House Republican Caucus engaged me in streaming the convention live on ustream as well as running a mini-studio on the floor of the […]

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