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Bob Marshall Defending The Bill Of Rights

19 January 2010 | National Politics, 13th HOD District, Virginia Politics | 4 Comments

Delegate Bob Marshall was a speaker at today’s 10th Amendment Rally in Richmond which drew a huge crowd of over 2,000 people to hear about how state sovereignty can be preserved in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Bob Spoke about the reasons why he introduced HB 10 which will prevent the […]

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MP Police Captain Steals Vehicle In Dale City

17 January 2010 | Manassas Park, Crime | 63 Comments

Well, I can’t say this is all that surprising.  A Manassas Park Police Captain who had been implicated in the Rack ‘n Roll scandal resigned after being charged with stealing a vehicle belonging to the Dale City Fire Department?  My only question was whether he needed it to transport drug dealers to Manassas Park in […]

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Howie Lind Rides To The Rescue!

17 January 2010 | RPV | 17 Comments

The Tenth Congressional District is rumored to have a call issued for a convention at which time a District Chairman will be elected pursuant to the requirements of the Party Plan.  Also rumored, because once again under the leadership of Jim Rich the call cannot actually be found anywhere, the filing deadline for candidates for […]

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Tea Party Descends On Richmond Monday

16 January 2010 | Virginia Politics | 7 Comments

Capitol Square this time of year is always an interesting place, and this year it promises to be a lot more interesting than usual with the descent of thousands of “Tea Party” enthusiasts showing up for a rally on Monday and the usual “lobby day” in the General Assembly Building.  Although the sea of hundreds […]

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Four Years Later, Fernandez Finally Being Held To Account

15 January 2010 | Manassas City | 17 Comments

The News & Messenger is reporting a surprising set of developments surrounding the ongoing civic vandalism of Mexica Movement adherent Gaudencio Fernandez today, revealing that Fernandez will actually face prosecution for erecting huge signs on his property in violation of Manassas City building and zoning codes and that Fernandez is claiming to have sold the […]

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Plum Vows to Keep Open Mind on Charters

14 January 2010 | Virginia Politics | 3 Comments

Guest Post by Sanford D. Horn
I am pleased to learn that Delegate Ken Plum (D-36) is at least willing to keep an open mind on the issue of charter schools in the Commonwealth of Virginia. He correctly pointed out that there are but three such institutions at work in Virginia, each located south of Richmond […]

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Illegal Alien Lobby Day In Richmond

14 January 2010 | Illegal Aliens, Virginia Politics | 11 Comments

Pro-illegal alien groups had a press conference today in Richmond urging passage at the federal level of an outrageous bill to grant amnesty to illegal aliens in exchange for a $500 fine.  Delusion doesn’t even begin to describe the insanity inherent in this ridiculous proposal, which couldn’t come at a worse time for us.  When […]

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General Assembly Session Starts In Richmond

13 January 2010 | Virginia House | 64 Comments

I had the pleasure of spending the better part of the day in Richmond, starting with the Commonwealth Prayer Breakfast and staying through most of the opening session of the General Assembly.  I didn’t expect any surprises and wasn’t disappointed in that regard, but I saw a few interesting things that might portend at least […]

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Marsden Upsets In 37th District

12 January 2010 | Fairfax County, Virginia Senate | 18 Comments

With 40 of 40 precincts reporting Marsden wins 51-49%…
After carpetbagging into the 37th District, Dave Marsden has managed to pull off a win against Republican Steve Hunt and flipped Ken Cuccinelli’s seat to the Democrats in the Senate of Virginia.  This just about shuts off the chance to have Governor-Elect McDonnell to lure a Democrat […]

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Open Thread

11 January 2010 | Uncategorized | 18 Comments

Lots going on this week in Virginia with a special election in the 37th District, inauguration of a new Governor and Attorney General, and the General Assembly starting their session very soon.  I’ve been tied up with a few work projects and haven’t been able to blog about all this yet, but that doesn’t mean […]

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Speaking Of Election Fraud…

9 January 2010 | 29th VA Senate, Crime | 16 Comments

Given that there’s a big issue with Dave Marsden’s fake residency within the Senate District he’s running in, here’s an interesting question for Prince William County voters to ponder:
Where does Senator Chuck Colgan live?  No, where does he really reside?
If you answered in Vint Hill, you’d be wrong.  He’s renting that house out but picking […]

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8 January 2010 | Prince William County | 24 Comments

“Jiffy Lube Live.”  Seriously.  That’s what they’re relabeling Nissan Pavillion.
I have to wonder what acts are so desperate they might play at a venue so named.

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Virtucon: Prosecute Dave Marsden For Election Fraud

8 January 2010 | Fairfax County, Virginia Senate | 17 Comments

A number of Republican candidates have been prosecuted over the years for carpetbagging into a district and not actually establishing the residency required under the law in order to qualify as a candidate.  Tonight Riley over at Virtucon demands the same standards now be applied to Democrats.
Dave Marsden is a liberal partisan Democrat who deserves […]

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Marsden Pulls Out Of Debate

7 January 2010 | Fairfax County, Virginia Senate | 4 Comments

Remember that one debate that would happen this election cycle in the 37th Senate District?  Dave Marsden canceled.
Probably a good idea for him considering his past performances.

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Remember When…

6 January 2010 | National Politics | 29 Comments

Remember when Barrack Obama told us that the negotiations with the health care proposals would be televised on CSPAN so we would all know what’s going on?

Yeh know, I’m still waiting for those broadcasts. Haven’t seen a thing televised yet, even though CSPAN is just begging to do it.
Gosh, am I […]

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37th District Debate Thursday

6 January 2010 | Fairfax County, Virginia Senate | 3 Comments

UPDATE: Marsden pulled out of the debate!
I just got this late notice of a debate between Steve Hunt and Dave Marsden and unfortunately won’t be able to attend the one smackdown between these two candidates that might make it a real interesting evening.  If you can go, I highly recommend it…
37th Senate District Candidate Forum

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Locally: $3.8 Million Per Stimulus Job

6 January 2010 | National Politics, Local Economy | 4 Comments

If it weren’t bad enough that taxpayers shelled out over five million dollars to “save or create” one-tenth of one job in Orange, Virginia, it turns out that we’ve been funneling money to zip codes in Virginia that don’t even exist, according to the Old Dominion Watchdog.  The “stimulus” program has clearly devolved into a […]

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The Post Still Can’t Engineer A Primary Battle

6 January 2010 | Gerry Connolly, Fairfax County, US Congress, Prince William County | 14 Comments

Since the Washington Post hasn’t managed to engineer a primary battle in the 11th District yet, it ran yet another story today which basically announces that Pat Herrity has not decided to contest Keith Fimian.  This time unnamed “Republican officials” (as opposed to the WashPo’s editorial board) are credited with “pressuring Herrity to announce his […]

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Behind Closed Doors

6 January 2010 | National Politics | 2 Comments

Here’s an excellent short video from the GOP pointing out why so many of us are so concerned about what’s happening in Congress with the health care proposals.

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Six File For Neabsco School Board Spot

5 January 2010 | Prince William County | 10 Comments

Six residents of the Neabsco District filed to replace Julie Lucas on the School Board according to a press release issued today.  Among the candidates are a positively rabid illegal alien supporter, one of Sharon Pandak’s campaign staff, and some others whose names aren’t as familiar.  It should be interesting to see the papers these […]

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