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Archives for December 2010

Say It Aint So: The Open Borders Crowd Lied Again?

30 December 2010 | Local Economy, Illegal Aliens, Prince William County | 12 Comments

Remember all those dire warnings about how the Rule of Law Resolution was going to destroy the local economy and wipe out the local real estate market?  Here’s a shocker — the open borders leftists were wrong.  I know, it’s quite a surprise, given their track record.
But one of the four areas where housing prices […]

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Cooch-Truthers?

30 December 2010 | National Politics, Virginia Politics, Humor & Satire | 10 Comments

Please, if you’re one of those moonbats who think “Global Warming” is anything other than a sick, hyper-alarmist fabrication, please put one of these idiotic bumper stickers on your car.  As a matter of public safety, being able to identify and keep well clear of motor vehicle operators whose judgment and abilities are so severely […]

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Merry Christmas!

21 December 2010 | Manassas City | 14 Comments

Courtesy of the fine folks at Historic Manassas, a Christmas movie featuring people many of you may know…

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When Will They Learn?

20 December 2010 | Illegal Aliens, Prince William County | 10 Comments

What a nice surprise to have Tucker Carlson appear on The Grandy Group this morning during my drive in to work giving kudos to Prince William County.  Tucker is one of the few who have noticed the connection between discouraging the presence of illegal aliens and reduced municipal costs, something particularly helpful during difficult economic […]

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Osbourn HS: Who Is Responsible?

20 December 2010 | Manassas City | 17 Comments

Although the idea of a school security officer, whose job involves keeping drugs out of school was caught allegedly sharing bong hits with one of his Osbourn High School colleagues recently, perhaps the more troubling questions involve what was going on with the alleged dope-smoking buddy, Aaron Bauknight, who was a business teacher and assistant […]

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The Park’s New City Manager: Promotion Or Punishment?

20 December 2010 | Manassas Park | 12 Comments

Manassas Park hires a new city manager whose resume makes you wonder why he didn’t get the job of city manager job in Oak Ridge, TN.  Then you run across something like this story, where James Zumwalt turned in his resignation the same day he got closely questioned about how the city of Paducah committed […]

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More Bad News From Osbourn HS

20 December 2010 | Crime, Manassas City | 9 Comments

A security guard employed at Osbourn High School gets busted with drugs along with a teacher.  Great.  Isn’t he the one supposed to be keeping drugs out of the school?

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Smack Down Of The Open Borders Crowd

18 December 2010 | Illegal Aliens, Crime, Prince William County | 25 Comments

A Manassas resident remarks that discouraging the unlawful presence of illegal aliens results in taxpayer savings in a letter to the editor to the Manassas News & Messenger, prompting the open borders crowd to go on the attack.  Unfortunately for the open borders crowd, they had no idea who they were dealing with.

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More Illegal Alien Crime

18 December 2010 | National Politics, Illegal Aliens, Crime | 5 Comments

I guess this is some more of the work Americans are “too lazy” to do:
Thirty people have been charged in a Richmond-based federal investigation into a ring that counterfeited green cards and other documents for illegal immigrants across the country.

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Set Yourself On Fire And Win

18 December 2010 | Local Media, Humor & Satire | No Comments

Sometimes what you see in the local paper just makes you go ‘huh?’
According to the National Fire Protection Association, candles cause four percent of all reported house fires in the U.S., 10 percent of fire injuries and six percent of fire deaths.
The Folkstone Road blaze caused at least $100,000 to the house.
If I set myself […]

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Nightmare Amnesty Dies In U.S. Senate

18 December 2010 | Illegal Aliens, US Senate | 11 Comments

The “DREAM Act” nightmare amnesty was killed in the U. S. Senate on a 55-41 vote this morning with Senators Webb and Warner voting the wrong way, yet again.  After ten years of resisting and defeating every amnesty pushed by both the Bush and Obama administrations the American people are poised with the new congress […]

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One Shot, One What?

17 December 2010 | Crime, Prince William County | 15 Comments

A concealed carry permit holder nails a thug who tries to rob him at the end of his work shift.  The only thing about this I find disturbing is that at a range of one foot, all the guy can manage to hit is the bad guy’s leg.  We could have avoided all the costs […]

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Senator Mark Herring’s Steamy Relationship With Rahmbo

17 December 2010 | Loudoun County, Virginia Politics, Humor & Satire | 4 Comments

Too Conservative has broken a major story tonight about Virginia Senator Mark Herring engaging in homosexual acts with White House former Chief of Staff Rahm Emmanuel.  At this time it is still unknown whether Rahm’s relationship with Herring will impact his current court case in Chicago, Rahm’s candidacy for Mayor in that city, or whether […]

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Nightmare Amnesty Vote On Saturday

17 December 2010 | National Politics, Illegal Aliens | 19 Comments

Senator Reid filed cloture Thursday evening on the House version of the DREAM Act (H.R.5281) and immediately announced that he would bring the bill up for a vote Saturday — most likely Saturday morning. If the Senate passes the DREAM Act, it will go straight to the President’s desk and become law.  That would be […]

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PWC Schools Close Early

16 December 2010 | Manassas Park, Manassas City, Prince William County | 10 Comments

UPDATE: PWCS Schools closed Friday.  What nonsense.
As if this will make any difference at all, PWCPS is closing school an hour early today due to the snow.  Another brilliant call by Dr. Walts.  Manassas City Schools are closing earlier: OHS & Metz at 12:30, Mayfield at 1:00 and elementary schools at 1:30. Manassas Park […]

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Record Drug Bust In DC: Illegal Alien Drug Cartel Members

15 December 2010 | National Politics, Illegal Aliens, Crime | 40 Comments

[Ed note: graphic photos below the fold]
When you don’t secure the borders, have municipalities act as sanctuaries for illegal aliens, and do precious little to remove illegal aliens who are here, is it any wonder we end up with illegal alien members of Mexican drug cartels found with whopping record amounts of illegal drugs?  It […]

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The Circus Comes To Town

14 December 2010 | Prince William County | 3 Comments

The campaign season for the Republican nomination for Prince William County Chairman has just gone from simply strange to utterly ridiculous with the announcement by hot-tempered, potty-mouthed, stomp-out-of-meetings-and-resign Haymarket Town Councilman Bob Weir.  An article in the Gainesville Times Weir describes his qualifications for office as thus: “I drink, I smoke, I curse. Corey drinks, […]

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Virginia Wins Healthcare Lawsuit

13 December 2010 | National Politics, Virginia Politics | 17 Comments

Breaking…
Judge rules that Congress exceeded its constitutional authority with ObamaCare and rules in favor of Virginia.

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Owe, Yes!

13 December 2010 | Virginia Politics | 5 Comments

I have a hard time finding a qualitative difference between the idea of borrowing money so government can funnel it into what it thinks will stimulate the economy, and the idea of Virginia borrowing billions of dollars in order to fund new transportation projects that it thinks will stimulate the economy, especially given this latest […]

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DHS: Cheaper to Deport All Illegal Aliens

12 December 2010 | National Politics, Illegal Aliens | 22 Comments

Go figure.   Figures released by the Department of Homeland Security confirm that it would be cheaper to deport all the illegal aliens in the United States than to allow them to unlawfully remain here and drain public budgets to the tune of $113 Billion annually.
So, while it would cost a one-time fee of about $135 […]

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