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Archives for June 2012

Ready, Fire, Aim

5 June 2012 | Prince William County | 11 Comments

The Gainesville Times is first out of the gate on reporting the language on the amendments the Prince William County Board of Supervisors approved modifying Supervisor Candland’s motion to eliminate discretionary funds.  This collection of items approved by the board, which the Washington Post characterized as “tangential weirdness,” is going to cause some massive headaches for each […]

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Discretionary Funds Die A Long-Awaited Death

5 June 2012 | Prince William County | 18 Comments

Today the Board of Supervisors outlawed giving excess magisterial district funds to non-governmental entities and any governmental entities that receive appropriations directly from the Board of Supervisors.  This is a victory for the taxpayers that has been very long in coming.  Much thanks to Supervisor Peter Candland for leading the charge on this.

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3 June 2012 | Prince William County | 17 Comments

The post immediately before this shows a picture of a memorial brick installed on the grounds of the National Museum of the Marine Corps bearing the name and office of Potomac District Supervisor Maureen Caddigan, which was paid for with taxpayer dollars.  The more I reflect on this, the more outraged I become.  Who would do such […]

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Just Another Brick In The Wall

3 June 2012 | Crime, Prince William County | 2 Comments

Memorial bricks at the Marine Corps Museum funded with taxpayer dollars
According to Virtucon, this is what $800 in taxpayer dollars looks like.  Sheriff of Nottingham in PWC has even more to show you on this.  How in the hell could PWC Board Member Maureen Caddigan think to turn the National Museum of the Marine Corps from a […]

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How The Standards Of Learning Makes Our Kids Stupid

3 June 2012 | Schools, Prince William County | 3 Comments

My fourth grader doesn’t like Social Studies very much this year.  Given that the curriculum this year consists of little more than simple rote memorization for the Standards of Learning test, I can understand that.  To compensate, in our family we read excerpts from books about American history we think our kids would like at […]

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Wally Covington’s Ethical Bankruptcy

2 June 2012 | Crime, Prince William County | 9 Comments

How in the hell does an attorney not face disbarment and perhaps criminal charges when he diverts public funds so he can get special recognition for an event that’s going to happen soon after an election in which he is on the ballot?  Seriously, is the Virginia Bar Association completely asleep, or is my suspicion […]

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The Rout of the Board of Supervisors

2 June 2012 | Prince William County | 18 Comments

A little while ago Supervisor Peter Candland surprised the Board of Supervisors with a proposal to eliminate supervisor’s political slush funds.  Initially, I thought it might be a bit of a fight to get supervisors to give up the pots of taxpayer money they use to purchase political goodwill, but is increasingly looking like there’s going to […]

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