Archives for August 2012
Democrat Tim Kaine was in Northern Virginia today on a bus tour run by Planned Parenthoood to demonstrate his solidarity with those who favor sex-selective abortions and abortion on demand at any time, and for any reason. As part of Obama’s extreme team, Kaine has sold out the principles of his church in favor of […]
Work’s keeping me busy lately, so I haven’t had much time to post. A couple of observations to start things off here:
Mitt Romney comes to town, and the place just goes nuts. There’s genuine appeal in the area for Romney and an extreme distaste for Obama to help draw a crowd, but the announcement of Paul Ryan as Romney’s running mate definitely put the excitement level over the top and today’s event was bigger and more […]
Recently Chairman Corey Stewart complained to the Washington Post about “conservative bloggers trying to paint him into a corner” in regards to ethics reform on the Prince William County Board. For years this same segment of the electorate were among his most dedicated and reliable supporters. When he wanted to get something done, these were the […]
Supervisor Candland’s proposal to enact ethics reforms regarding conflicts of interest died at tonight’s meeting of the Board of Supervisors for lack of a second, even after the proposal was modified to resolve any far-fetched alleged issues with Virginia’s Dillon Rule. As for the grab-bag of additional government spending in the carryover budget, I haven’t […]
Want to send Obama a message that Virginia is going to repudiate his candidacy? Mitt Romney is coming to the Harris Pavilion in Manassas on Saturday, August 11th. Get your tickets here.
Nice to see our Republican nominee come to town!
Is this the dumbest, most contrived, utterly laughable legal argument masquerading as political cover you’ve ever seen?
“To the extent that the proposed amendment would bar a member of the Board of County Supervisors from casting a vote on an issue when that member is otherwise fully empowered by the Code of Virginia to vote, the amendment exceeds […]
I can certainly understand elected officials expressing frustration when they are confronted by citizen activists when those activists are pushing their government to do what those elected officials might be reluctant to do. On a couple of occasions I quite likely was someone causing this kind of heartburn, and if in private a few elected […]
Finally, Chief Deane is stepping down from the Prince William County Police Department, effective September 1st.
While no doubt elected officials and the press will fall all over themselves to memorialize Deane, I will always remember him as the one who did everything he could to prevent illegal aliens from being identified and deported, through his secret meetings […]