Archives for September 2009
For those of you who missed the 2009 Patriot Dinner hosted by the Prince William County Republican Committee a while back, you missed a great event. Here’s an overview of what happened that night, and as you can see not only was the place packed, but the program was absolutely tremendous. […]
Mexica Movement adherent Gaudencio Fernandez is at it once again, this time with a sign attacking a detective with the Manassas City Police Department and potentially calling him out as a target for gang violence. While the city is busily restricting the free speech rights of pro-lifers near a Manassas abortion clinic, local zoning officials […]
Here’s what I’ve been working on lately that has kept me from posting a lot this week:
It has been an incredible honor to work with the folks from Troops Need You to help them carry out their mission to give deployed service members the resources they need in order to accomplish […]
Working on a bunch of projects right now that don’t afford me much opportunity to talk about how Jeanette Rishell looked like a complete goof at the Prince William Committee of 100 debate tonight, and about how John Bell got taken to school by Bob Marshall. I saw some readers in the audience, and this […]
It’s nothing new to see a business manage the internet traffic that comes and goes, but it is somewhat unusual to see a business filtering email traffic that relates to issues of religious faith. What I’m hearing this evening is that Prince William Hospital is not only censoring internal emails between nursing professionals who express religious convictions, […]
So it looks like Congressman Jim Moran is getting ready early to try to ram amnesty for illegal aliens down our throats, aided of course by the ACORN-tainted SEIU. What’s fascinating here is one of the number of non-profit organizations that seems so eager to throw away their tax-exempt status by violating rules barring their […]
So how do Democrats view the chances of Jeanette Rishell this November? The “Swing State Project” which is tracking targeted House of Delegates races has decided to drop the race from their list, saying “Rishell’s campaign is terrible.” What, did they expect something different this year?
The ninth circuit answered this question for us last year in Martinez v. Regents of U.C. (Super. Ct. No. CV052064), and still some folks seem to confused. This determination to use the term “undocumented immigrant” might lead a cynic to the conclusion that the intent here isn’t to legally describe a class of persons, but to try […]
This comment on the News & Messenger article regarding the upcoming execution of John Allen Mohammed (the Beltway Sniper) demonstrates that there’s still at least one Obama kool-aid drinker left in the county, and he thinks that this website is a big reason the wave of support for Barry “Dear Leader” Obama hasn’t entirely rolled over […]
The stunning footage showing ACORN giving advice to would-be brothel operators about how to get federal money to open up a bordello featuring underage prostitutes smuggled in from El Salvador has caused Congress to drop any plans to provide public funds to ACORN. Will that also mean that candidates for office in Virginia will be […]
Guest Post by Sanford D. Horn
This shouldn’t be news, because it comes as no surprise, yet it must be reported that US Representative Jim Moran (VA-8th), in his usual lack of brain power, voted NOT to de-fund ACORN. Oh, and as an aside, US Representative Gerry Connolly (VA-11th) opted to not even cast a vote on […]
I looks like the 51st District race is heating up early with charges from the Nichols campaign that Rich Anderson is push-polling a question about Nichol’s vote on HB 1481 last session. According to the Manassas News & Messenger, The Nichols camp is saying that the 68 question poll that Anderson is running wrongly leaves the […]
Will Creigh Deeds raise taxes if elected, or won’t he? That’s the question reporters couldn’t figure out at the conclusion of the debate in Fairfax today, and Deeds’ attempts to evade the question are hilarious.
Just tell us you’re going to raise taxes and be done with it, Mr. Deeds.
Governor/DNC Chairman Tim Kaine had a closed campaign event for Stevens Miller in Herndon the other day, prompting local residents to protest outside of the venue. Not only were constituents allowed in by invitation only, but if the press wanted to attend they were required to pay $100 to the campaign of Stevens Miller. Despite all […]
Reporters at the Manassas News & Messenger sure put some interesting thoughts out on the internet when they’re not writing copy for the paper. To wit:
“there is a clear comparison between what has happened here in Prince William County, VA and what elements invoked and supported the Nazi regime”
At least in this case, we’re not left to […]
Campaign finance reports are now available, and in Prince William County races there are only a few surprises. Most of these are falling in pretty much where I expected, but there are a few surprises here.
The latest request from local liberals is to form an Animal Welfare Committee, which has been promoted in numerous letters to the editor and a constant stream of lobbying before the Prince William Board of County Supervisors, which is scheduled to take this matter up today. It’s all about animal welfare, and who could be against […]
Bob McDonnell wrapped up the endorsement of the National Rifle Association today, prompting some hilarious spin among the Democrats who were so proud of Creigh Deeds when he got this endorsement during the 2005 race for Attorney General. NLS says this will only energize anti-gun liberals in Northern Virginia, and other Dems are doing their […]
Rich Anderson is running a heck of a campaign in the 51st District, and this is one of the best campaign videos in the House of Delegates races so far. This cycle it’s looking like Republicans are taking over new media, and putting up much better content than their counterparts. I […]
Prince William Hostpital has served the community well over the years as an institution that provided truly excellent medical care while reflecting our community values. With the takeover of this institution by North Carolina-based Novant, the quality of what our future healthcare may be is perhaps suspect, but the community values reflected by this institution are most certainly gone. […]