Archives for March 2012
Sometimes the left actually tells the truth…
…in 2013, the [Washington] Post’s number one goal is going to be simply this: stopping Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli from becoming Governor.
– Paul Goldman, writing on “Blue Virginia”
I figured as much, but the confirmation (especially from someone who would know) is welcome. You’d think their number one goal is to […]
The tragedy of Treyvon Martin’s death has prompted a lot of discussion about self-defense laws, some of which has made sense, and lots of which has been utterly outlandish. Liberals seem intent on “not letting a crisis got to waste” (as Saul Alinsky recommends) and have been agitating for tougher restrictions on the use of […]
With 17,000 signatures, far more than the total a number of presidential candidates were able to obtain, Bob Marshall is over the finish line on his way to qualifying for the Senate primary in June. Since RPV doesn’t bother to validate signatures if candidates submit over 15,000 I expect there’s nothing left standing in the […]
Lots going on with the SCOTUS hearing on Obamacare, Fairfax schools assigning opposition research duties for OFA to students and such. Unfortunately, I haven’t had a chance to write about these happenings and more, but that doesn’t stop you from talking about them…
Isn’t it nice to know with millions of American citizens struggling with unemployment, folks at the Virginia Organizing Project are setting up job fairs to help illegal aliens obtain unlawful employment in Virginia?
Protecting the guilty is not a legitimate policy objective of local government.
Last week an unlicensed daycare provider in Bristow, staffed by illegal aliens and overcrowded far beyond what regulations allow, had a three month old child under their care die. Authorities have even issued a cease and desist order to shut down the operation. Strangely enough […]
The Washington Times is reporting that a federal judge has ruled that the federal government doesn’t have to tell Prince William County what it did with the more than 4,000 illegal aliens turned over to them under the Section 287(g) Program. The “most transparent administration in history” resorts once again to secrecy, this time in order […]
Here’s one of the 20 messages sent to Senator Dick Black by pro-abortion activists recently:
Here is my wish for you: May it be your granddaughter who is found in filthy back room, dead in a pool of her own blood, a rusty coathanger sticking out of her vagina.
How can I possibly be inhabiting the same […]
So says Peter Galuszka at Style Weekly, who lays out a deeply sobering picture of the financial woes of Media General.
Confronting loan deadlines, incrementally tougher terms and talk of bankruptcy, the company recently begged for a short-term bridge loan. Shortly afterward it formally announced that it’s putting all of its newspapers, including the Times-Dispatch, on the […]
Remember those two daycare workers arrested for operating an overcrowded and unlicensed day care facility who killed a three month old infant under their “care?” Plenty of people suspected they might be illegal aliens, and this evening WUSA 9 is reporting that indeed they are. What a surprise, unfortunately.
Oh, poor Gaudencio Fernandez, the Mexica Movement poster child for what the 1986 amnesty for illegal aliens has wrought upon the City of Manassas. His cheap flagpoles sporting such standards such as a yellow six-pointed star with the word “Juden” emblazoned on it have started blowing down. Of course in his view it’s all the fault of racists […]
As Jeff Frederick so often pointed out, it’s not important that you elect Republicans to the State Senate, it’s important that you elect the right ones.
One of the “wrong” ones is Senator John Watkins, of the 10th District. To follow up on his voting against HB 1 this year, he motioned for a voice vote yesterday on […]
I think it’s well past time for Patricia Richie-Folks to call off her tranny campaign surrogates from the porn industry. They’ve had their fun calling my home at 3:30AM and posting my home address on twitter as an incitement to have harm come to my family. Sure, it’s amusing until some angry sex freak shows […]
It’s official: Patricia Richie-Folks has the active support of Brittany St. Jordan, known as “the tattooed tranny of your shemale dreams,” for her election to the Manassas City Council. Not only has St. Jordan graced this blog with “her” personal insight in defense of Richie-Folks, but apparently has encouraged quite a few of those who […]
Every indication so far is that Mitt Romney is going to walk away with tomorrow’s primary in Virginia, and that has prompted quite a few questions about what conservatives who might not be enamored with Romney might do. Should they undervote, vote for Paul, or just not bother?
Since an “undervote” (not casting a vote for […]
Your magisterial district in Prince William County is the only one where it is necessary for business owners to racially profile customers before allowing them to enter their business in order to prevent crime.
You should be so proud of yourself, and what your leadership has made possible. Your “New Woodbridge” is just tremendous, and you are a […]