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Archives for June 2011

PWC Board Elections Update

11 June 2011 | PWCDC, PWCRC, Prince William County | 20 Comments

Campaigns in Prince William County are getting in gear as filing deadlines rapidly approach.  Looking at the progress candidates have made (or not) gives us a good idea of just who is serious about winning, and who is not.  Here’s the breakdown:

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McDonnell Pushes Janet Incompetano

10 June 2011 | National Politics, Illegal Aliens, Virginia Politics | 10 Comments

Nine months ago Governor McDonnell requested that the Department of Homeland Security approve Virginia’s request to participate in the Section 287(g) Program and to date he’s heard nothing from the federal government.  Virginia is offering to spend state taxpayer dollars to help the federal government do their job and what happens with that offer?  It […]

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Ron Speakman Interview

10 June 2011 | Loudoun County | 7 Comments

If only more candidates would explain why they’re running for office, as Ron Speakman does in this piece. Too often voters don’t feel they know the candidates who are asking for their votes very well, and in years past (before I got engaged in political activism) that’s definitely been the case for me. […]

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Where Are They Now: Krystal Ball

9 June 2011 | Virginia Politics | 1 Comment

So what has Krystal Ball been up to after her 30 point drubbing by Rob Wittman?  Moore Common Sense has the answer:
Now here we have someone in Krystal Ball who embraces scandal because she craves publicity. To the liberal movement, wake up and shed your hypocrisy. To Krystal Ball, have some respect for yourself and […]

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John Stirrup’s Campaign Kickoff

9 June 2011 | 13th VA Senate, Loudoun County, Virginia Senate, Prince William County | 4 Comments

John Stirrup held his campaign kickoff at the Lion & Bull in Haymarket this evening with an overflow crowd that included political luminaries from as far as Harrisonburg, as this photo of John Stirrup with Senator Mark Obenshain attests. You’d expect that a senate campaign kickoff would draw a pretty significant crowd, but to […]

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Jeff Frederick Announces

7 June 2011 | 36th VA Senate, Virginia Senate, Prince William County | 8 Comments

The deadline for candidates submitting their petitions and other candidacy documents was today and among the first to officially announce their candidacy was Jeff Frederick, who will be running in the 36th Senate District. After Jeff clears the hurdle of securing the nomination against Tito Munoz, which shouldn’t prove all too difficult, […]

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Masked Gunman Robs Woodbridge Church

6 June 2011 | Virginia Politics, Crime, Prince William County | 6 Comments

Liberals were aghast earlier this year after Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli produced a legal opinion saying that concealed carry in a church was legal under Virginia law.  “Why would anyone need a gun in a church?” they cried.
Well, today we have a demonstration of the answer to that question.
I can’t wait to see how liberals […]

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Pastor Arlie At The Pig Roast

5 June 2011 | Loudoun County | 12 Comments

I was at Ron Speakman’s Pig Roast this weekend getting some footage for an upcoming video and caught what I thought was one of the most engaging endorsement speeches ever for a local candidate. Pastor Arlie Whitlow of the Community Church in Ashburn took a few minutes to talk about why he supports Ron […]

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Manassas Train Festival Is Today

4 June 2011 | Manassas City | 7 Comments

Today is the Manassas Train Festival in Old Town.  Here’s some footage I shot of last year’s event to give you an idea of what it’s like if you haven’t been before.

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Just Call Me Macacca, Already

3 June 2011 | Virginia Politics, US Senate | 9 Comments

The race for U. S. Senate in Virginia has hardly begun, and for the second time I’m getting called names by George Allen supporters.  First, one supporter says that anyone who doesn’t toe the George Allen line is a troll.  Now they’re calling me a bigot on the same day Allen bent over backwards on […]

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William “Fireball” Wampler Sets New Land Speed Record

3 June 2011 | Virginia Politics, Humor & Satire | 3 Comments

Those boys down in Bristol, VA sure are a humble lot.  Mentioned simply as an aside in an article about Senator William Wampler’s retirement announcement is the stunning revelation that he set a new world record for land speed the day before telling Virginia that he would not seek re-election in the Senate of Virginia.  […]

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Delegate Marshall Steps Up

2 June 2011 | 13th HOD District | 18 Comments

Once again, Delegate Bob Marshall leaps at an opportunity to defend family values.  Where other politicians fear to tread, Delegate Marshall charges in.
Go, Bob!

H/T: Virginian Pilot

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George Allen’s Support of Islam

1 June 2011 | Virginia Politics | 16 Comments

When a supposedly Christian church decides it’s going to further the cause of Islam, it’s a pretty infuriating thing for many Christians to hear.  The news that an Episcopal Church refused to sell a parish to a congregation that decided to break away from the Episcopal Diocese and instead sold it to a mosque for […]

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