Archives for September 2011
I had the pleasure of getting someone in Centreville who was having a problem with VDOT and Fairfax County in touch with Delegate Tim Hugo recently, because I knew this would be the most effective way of getting it addressed. Tonight I got a nice email back from him, and as I knew would happen, […]
Tonight’s debates between Bob Marshall and Carl Genthner, and between Dick Black and Shawn Miller were rather amusing. Both of these races are between strong, experienced conservatives and starry-eyed Obama supporters bearing no meaningful resume. Many thanks to the Prince William Committee of 100 for sponsoring tonight’s event, as otherwise there would be no opportunity […]
Shawn Mitchell, the Democrat running in the 13th Senate District, sure has a lot of explaining to do. You’d think that someone touting their business credentials would actually have a good business record to run on rather than a history littered with stealing from their employers. The Washington Times ran an article on this the […]
If you want to get a handle on the panic Democrats are experiencing this election cycle, browsing through “Blue Virginia” is a good place to start. When all the good you can say about Babur Lateef is that he attended a fundraiser for a PAC that funnels money to Democrats from organizations affiliated with terrorism […]
Last year’s election cycle offered considerable hope to conservatives as Republicans gained control of the House of Representatives and came within spitting distance of retiring the awful Gerry Connolly from politics. As Obama nosedives in the polls and Democrats are proving themselves inept, incompetent and ineffective a picture is emerging of a tidal wave in […]
Here’s one more drunken illegal alien driving without a license to add to the long list of illegal aliens our government hasn’t bothered to get and keep out of our country. While Prince William County is rounding them up (hopefully before they kill another nun in a horrific accident) our federal government is releasing these dangerous criminal illegal […]
On occasion Congressman Gerry Connolly is prone to moments of honesty that are instructive for conservatives, and it’s important to pay attention when they happen. If we can ignore for a moment the ridiculous mischaracterization of the issue he was dealing with at the time, this is the absolute blueprint for defending liberty in Virginia - be […]
The Virginia Tea Party Alliance is an umbrella for many of the Tea Party movement organizations that have sprouted up across the commonwealth, and includes as member organizations the Prince William Tea Party and the Manassas Tea Party. They announced today that they’re focusing on a number of key Senate races this election cycle, some of which […]
Wednesday evening NOVEC will hold their annual meeting at Stonewal Jackson Senior High School in Manassas. Usually these events are unremarkable and poorly attended, where the NOVEC board manages to get a few disinterested customer-members to back their favored board candidate and gives a little dog-and-pony show about how great NOVEC is. That’s got to […]
Some of you up in Gainesville that used to be in Delegate Bob Marshall’s district are now in the 40th House District which is ably represented by Tim Hugo. You’ll find that Tim is one of the easiest legislators to get in touch with and is a public servant who is highly dedicated to constituent […]
Democrat Ann Wheeler is trying to bolster her lackluster campaign finance report now that the General Election is looming, which means it’s time for crazy email blasts begging people to contribute to her campaign. Casting aside any pretense that she’s actually “moderate,” it’s chock full of inanity blasting the very conservatives who represent a sizable […]
Ouch. While Frank Principi was busy begging for campaign contributions from special interests outside of his district, his constituents were holding up signs pleading for his help. It’s time to dump this chump. Seriously.
Now that Braddock Supervisor John Cook is gleefully touting his endorsement by the SEIU, I have to wonder if the next time that the SEIU and Communists have a march whether they’ll give Cook a float in the parade. Maybe it’ll look a bit like this:
When the City of Manassas solicited bids for legal services this year, rather than simply continue with the same rather underwhelming City Attorney year after year, a lot of city residents were expecting some positive changes. They definitely got one in that Robert Bendall announced he was leaving. As for getting better legal services at […]
A lawsuit by Jo-Ann Chase’s campaign alleging that David Ramadan does not live in the 87th District was, as predicted, shot down in court yesterday. Ramadan sought an expedited hearing schedule so this annoyance could be dispensed with before the November elections, confident that this instance of harassment-by-attorney would be easily brushed aside.
This has left Jo-Ann […]
Team Obama has been having a very tough week. Amidst the dribble of terrible economic news and polls showing Obama’s approval numbers are spiraling out of control, they get thumped in New York City where a Republican wins in a Congressional District that hasn’t elected one since 1923. To make matters worse, the Obama campaign launches a […]
Four years ago the endorsement of the Prince William County Republican Committee was a big deal to Don Richardson, but now that he’s been utterly rejected by that committee in favor of Alyson Satterwhite, not having that endorsement is meaningless to him. It’s just one more example of the phenomenal disconnect Don Richardson has maintained between himself and […]
Until I had a chance to sit down with Janet Clarke, I had no idea how inspiring her story was. I really hope she gets the nod in November. See if you can help get her over the top, folks!
UPDATE: Cook announced SEIU endorsement Sept. 14th.
John Cook is the incumbent Republican Supervisor in the Braddock District, which is in central Fairfax County just south of Fairfax City. He won a special election in 2009 by a miniscule 89 vote margin, so this is his first time he is facing the electorate in a […]
Ten years after terrorists used illegal alien day laborers in Fairfax to get them false identifications to further their murderous designs, Michelle Malkin contributor see-dubya runs by the 9-11 Seven Eleven to see what’s changed in the past decade. Apparently, nothing has other than Fairfax County deputies are there to ensure the safety of illegal alien day laborers as […]