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Archives for October 2012

Save Us News & Messenger - You’re Our Only Hope!

31 October 2012 | Local Media, National Politics | 4 Comments

It’s been a long time since I’ve been surprised by the idiocy of the Manassas News & Messenger, primarily because I don’t bother to waste time reading the mindless drivel they try to pass off as journalism.  Calling me tonight just as I was getting the kids ready to go out trick-or-treating, I got enough […]

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Concerns Of County Officials Keep Getting In The Way

24 October 2012 | Prince William County | 6 Comments

If I were a particularly stupid communications director for a political campaign, something like this coming out of my mouth wouldn’t surprise a whole lot of people who know me:
Stewart was not in favor of releasing the names of anyone on the interview panel keeping with concern aired by county officials that if the names get out, […]

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Let’s Talk About Voter Fraud

24 October 2012 | Arlington County, DPVA, Fairfax County, US Congress | 7 Comments

As NLS puts it, this is totally unacceptable.

The Moran clan have been embarrassing Virginians with their out of control behavior for far too long. It’s well past time the whole bunch was retired from politics.
UPDATE: And this happens on a day when Jim Moran decries, of all things, voter fraud.  Go figure.

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Sure, I Trust Them…

23 October 2012 | Prince William County | 3 Comments

The process used to select the next Police Chief of Prince William County has not been publicly divulged.  A request to find out who is on the selection panel for the new chief mysteriously turned into a FOIA request that the county refused to answer.  Soon, as a result of a process we don’t understand run by […]

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287(g) and “Secure Communities”

22 October 2012 | Illegal Aliens, Manassas City, US Senate, Prince William County | 8 Comments

The Obama administration’s announcement that it would unilaterally terminate the Section 287(g) program at the end of this year has plenty of people wondering what impacts this may have, and what can be done to buttress the rule of law that this administration seems so fundamentally disinterested in supporting.  The press has done little more […]

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I Learned Something About Mitt Romney

18 October 2012 | National Politics | 10 Comments

I attend quite a few campaign events during election season and I’m rather pleased that this year, given that Virginia is a battleground state, we have both presidential candidates making numerous visits.  There’s an opportunity to learn something about a candidate in person that no television or radio program will ever reveal to you, even […]

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Obama Administration Wants You To Be A Crime Victim

16 October 2012 | National Politics, Illegal Aliens, Crime, Prince William County | 18 Comments

Prince William County announced today that as of December 31st the Obama Administration will terminate the county’s participation in the Section 287(g) Program.  This program has so far processed over 5,000 criminal illegal aliens for deportation that the federal government would have otherwise ignored.  In playing politics with this successful public safety program, President Obama […]

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16 October 2012 | National Politics, Illegal Aliens, Prince William County | 4 Comments

There will be an announcement at today’s meeting of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors regarding some recent federal intervention into the county’s policies regarding illegal immigration.  Although I don’t have any details, the track record of this administration suggests that the Obama administration is likely going to somehow try to prevent any action […]



2 October 2012 | National Politics | 4 Comments

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