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Archives for July 2010

Open Borders Advocates Show Some Class

31 July 2010 | National Politics, Illegal Aliens | 143 Comments

A good friend of mine is in Arizona this weekend and happened on this wonderful display by open borders advocates showing just how much they love this country by trashing the American Flag.  The sign the lady (ahem) is holding up reads “Deport white supremacists to Europe.” 

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Third Illegal Alien In Manassas Murder Pleads Guilty

31 July 2010 | Illegal Aliens, Crime, Manassas City, Prince William County | 3 Comments

Jose Antonio Ontiveros plead guilty to voluntary manslaughter this week, the third illegal alien to be convicted in the 2008 death of Omar Florencio Vazquez.  Santos Ontiveros plead guilty to voluntary manslaughter in March, receiving an effective two year sentence and a one-way trip back to his home country, and Sebastian Cortez-Hernandez was convicted of […]

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Illegal Alien Convicted of 4th DWI, Assault

30 July 2010 | Loudoun County, Illegal Aliens, Crime | 11 Comments

Virginia Virtucon notes yet another example of the effects of illegal immigration and the persistent failure of government at all levels to deal with the problem:
A 30-year-old illegal immigrant from El Salvador will spend four years in prison for crashing his pickup truck into a police cruiser while under the influence of alcohol.Jose […]

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The Rule Of Law Act Unveiled

29 July 2010 | 31st HOD District, Virginia Politics, Prince William County | 19 Comments

Prince William County Chairman Corey Stewart released his draft of the Rule of Law Act today, and immediately members of the House of Delegates pledged to introduce it during next year’s session of the General Assembly.  Despite the ongoing and inevitable (given the current Administration in Washington) legal wranglings that are tying up SB 1070 […]

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I Dare The Left To Answer This Guy

29 July 2010 | National Politics, Patriotism | 16 Comments

The only argument the left can apparently bring to bear against the Tea Party movement is that it’s a bunch of uneducated, incompetent white racists who want to return America to the days of segregation and slavery. To highlight the utter ridiculousness of such drivel, which is quite evidently a tacit admission that the […]

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Andrew Napolitano at RightOnline

29 July 2010 | National Politics, Patriotism | 1 Comment

I wouldn’t have expected Judge Andrew Napolitano to be a huge standout at last week’s RightOnline conference, be he absolutely knocked it out of the park with this speech. This has got to be one of the most powerful defenses of our Constitution and Constitutionally-guaranteed liberties I’ve ever heard presented. 
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Jackson Miller’s Blowout Event

28 July 2010 | 29th VA Senate, 50th HOD District | 7 Comments

Delegate Jackson Miller had well over 200 people pack a Manassas firehouse for a campaign event this evening, complete with a visit from Governor Bob McDonnell.  What I find fascinating about something like this is here’s someone who gets top-flight support from the Governor, raises a ton of money as his sponsor list for the […]

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RIP, NAACP 1909-2010

26 July 2010 | National Politics, Virginia Politics | 12 Comments

What in the heck happened to this venerable institution to turn it into such a hollow shell of it’s former glory?  It’s as if the NAACP has been co-opted by the Rev Jeremiah Wright and the New Black Panther Party, a development that utterly defies rational explanation.  All that inspiring history, all those dedicated and […]

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Three Years Later: We Are Safer

26 July 2010 | Illegal Aliens, Prince William County | 7 Comments

Hardly known as a proponent of the Rule of Law Resolution here in Prince William County, Todos Supermarket owner Carlos Castro recently acknowledged that taking local action to decrease the number of illegal aliens unlawfully present in the county has made the county safer for immigrant families.  From that hotbed of racism and cheerleader for […]

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WashPo Investigates Teacher Sex Scandal

25 July 2010 | Manassas City, Prince William County | 11 Comments

From the WashPo:
“Stacks and stacks of leather-bound journals included graphic accounts of the pursuit and ultimate sexual conquest of at least a dozen boys and perhaps many more. They found homemade videos of the abuse as it occurred in locations across the country and photographs of teenagers in various states of […]

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SB 1070 Stands!

24 July 2010 | National Politics, Illegal Aliens | 36 Comments

I’m out of town at Americans For Prosperity’s RightOnline conference and news of Judge Susan Bolton’s decision to not stand in the way of the implementation of Arizona’s SB 1070 just reached me.  About a thousand or two activists here along with me were overjoyed to hear this, and there’s quite a buzz going about […]

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The Tea Party Prayer

21 July 2010 | Manassas City | 28 Comments

This was the invocation given at Tuesday’s meeting of the Manassas Tea Party.  A finer display of the heart and soul of the Tea Party movement may never before been delivered so well, in my opinion…

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Say What?

19 July 2010 | Illegal Aliens, Prince William County | 13 Comments

Supervisor Marty Nohe provided some commentary recently to the DC Examiner lately about CASA de Maryland venturing into political operations, offering only a mild commentary that political contributions by this organization that works to subvert federal law and support illegal aliens with taxpayer dollars should disclose their donations.  Funny how all he has to say […]

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Best Product of 2010

17 July 2010 | Humor & Satire | 10 Comments

There’s a ton of people still who could really use this product.  I can’t imagine what it must be like driving around with an Obama sticker on your car these days.
H/T: Virginia Right!

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Voting No Confidence in Government

15 July 2010 | National Politics | 5 Comments

Guest Post by Sanford D. Horn
Here’s a shocking revelation: government, regardless of the party in power, does not create jobs. Confidence in government, however, is a driving force in job creation by the private sector.
Giving government unfettered freedom to run roughshod over our Creator-endowed rights – that hinders job creation. When government passes legislation it […]

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15 July 2010 | Virginia Politics | 14 Comments

This is deeply upsetting.  The potential of taxpayer dollars getting laundered into campaign contributions is entirely beyond the pale.  Any candidate getting campaign contributions from Kemper Consulting (which is just about every state-level elected official in Virginia) should think long and hard about where that money is coming from.  If it weren’t for local governments […]

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Watching That Local “Stimulus” Money

15 July 2010 | National Politics, Local Economy | 4 Comments

The President was speaking about how the stimulus supposedly had created or saved ninety-bazillion jobs so far, and that prompted me to take a look at the ever-amusing data from recovery.gov to see what Obama has been “stimulating” in my neighborhood.  Right at the corner of Sudley Road and Lomond Drive there’s a Pollo Campero […]

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Blognetnews Closes Shop

14 July 2010 | Blogs | 2 Comments

It was a great run, and a terrific service, but Dave Mastio has announced that BlogNetNews.com is shutting down.  What a shame.
I’m really going to miss it.

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Krystal Ball’s Campaign Manager “Engaged” To A Man

13 July 2010 | 39th VA Senate, Fairfax County, Virginia Politics, US Congress | 11 Comments

The choices that some Democrats make are just beyond understanding.  Take for instance Senator George Barker, or perhaps even 1st Congressional District hopeful Krystal Ball.  You’d think a Senator who has been voting quite a bit to the left of Senate Majority Leader Dick Saslaw wouldn’t further inflame a district that voted overwhelmingly for the […]

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Open Thread

12 July 2010 | Uncategorized | 36 Comments

Once again I’m backed up with projects and not paying enough attention to recent happenings.  Of particular note was Corey Stewart’s channeling (the good parts) of Teddy Roosevelt telling the federal government “bring it on!” on the immigration issue, Ben Tribbet’s fascinating expose on influence peddling within the Virginia Democratic Caucus, and Gaudencio Fernandez trying […]

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