Crime Category Archives
A few days ago I estimated the cost of having the federal government dump juvenile illegal aliens in Virginia based on statistics from a few years ago. Today the federal Department of Health And Human Services released new data and the problem is quite evidently worse than I thought. Instead of getting about 3,000 juvenile […]
The federal government conservatively estimates we’re going to have 60,000 “Unaccompanied Alien Children” showing up on our southern border this year, and historically 5% of those children are ultimately placed with “sponsors” in Virginia. Right now we have program space available through grants with the US Department of Health and Human Services to handle only […]
One of the questions state and local government has refused to answer thus far is what will the impacts be on our local communities as a result of non-profits getting on the massive money train of the Federal “Unaccompanied Alien Children” program. It’s hard to assess them all, but again, state, federal and local governments […]
If we are actually to believe the information we’re getting from the Board of County Supervisors regarding the detention of juvenile illegal aliens by Youth For Tomorrow, it darned well better match up with official documents that are being uncovered regarding the program. Otherwise, reasonable observers are just going to conclude that our government is […]
Coles District Supervisor Marty Nohe is quite eager to assuage the concerns of county residents over the transformation of Youth For Tomorrow into a detention center for juvenile illegal aliens. Just days after the Board of Supervisors promised they’d get to the bottom of things, Nohe made sure to forward talking points from YFT’s executive […]
I asked the Virginia Department of Social Services whether they were involved in placing illegal aliens in Youth For Tomorrow facilities in Prince William County and got this response:
Regarding information on the unaccompanied minor children coming from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. They have instructed us to refer anyone who asks or has comments […]
How in the hell does a sitting Prince William County Supervisor profit from having illegal aliens detained by a non-profit entity in Bristow yet our county government apparently has no idea what is going on? How does this all come about with no information being provided to residents who may be impacted and apparently no […]
Without any public notice, the Youth For Tomorrow program in Bristow is now operating a facility for illegal aliens right here in Prince William County. The information I have suggests approximately 120 “Unaccompanied Alien Children” have been housed for several months now and that YFT has expanded to eight facilities in the county, several of […]
In January The Sheriff pointed out how Prince William County was buying meaningless fraudulent awards from “The Government Finance Officers Association” just so it could issue a press release announcing how great its financial documents were. Yesterday, Prince William County Schools announced that it also has been recognized by this same fraudulent entity in the same way Prince William […]
Soon after Mark Herring became our Attorney General it became obvious that he’s much more of a politician than a lawyer. Just how bad a lawyer he is hasn’t been quite so obvious perhaps until today when he publicly released privileged correspondence because it had significance for the leftist political agenda to which he has […]
It’s been several years since the FBI moved into their new building in Prince William County, and they’ve finally gotten around to announcing that they’re interested in investigating government corruption. My, will wonders ever cease? A federal agency announces it has an interest in doing its job? What a shocker, I know.
In hopes that there’s actual […]
With the shutdown of the federal government comes the closure of Manassas Battlefield National Park. You’d expect from this that the doors would be locked at the visitor’s center, that gates might be closed, and that there wouldn’t be any park service employees at the park. On that last point though, you’d be wrong. They […]
When an agency of the Liberian government showed up as one of Terry McAuliffe’s large campaign donors I couldn’t help but feel there was something terribly wrong. Foreign governments funding candidates in Virginia elections? If this were a federal election, such donations would be patently illegal. What hadn’t occurred to me was that this entity was involved in […]
So it would appear we have conflicting views about what a statute of criminal law means in Manassas. The proper venue to determine the correct interpretation of the law is a court, and the first step towards having that happen (in the absence of a Commonwealth’s Attorney concerned in any way with doing his job) […]
One of the great things about being a member of the Manassas City Council is that you don’t have to follow the law. The Mayor doesn’t notice when councilmembers trample on the Code of Virginia, and as long as the action is for the benefit of some liberal cause the City Attorney Martin Crim, who is paid […]
Just who runs the Prince William County government these days? Who makes the decisions, and who minds the store?
If you thought that our elected officials, the members of the Board of County Supervisors were in charge, you would be wrong. They certainly have a role, but when elected officials butt heads with county staff about […]
Senator Tim Kaine provided this important message to his constituents and the country from the floor of the United States Senate the other day.
I’m certain all of his constituents felt very encouraged hearing this.
Yesterday morning I submitted a copyright infringement complain to YouTube complaining that the Super PAC “American Bridge 21st Century” had stolen clips from two of my productions. Twenty four hours later, which is quite a bit more of a delay than I had ever encountered before, the infringing video has been re-edited to remove […]
It’s nice to see that Democrats appreciate the quality of my work. It isn’t quite so nice to see Democrat campaign consultants blatantly stealing my work so they can make a buck, but it’s hardly surprising that they do.
Where do El Salvadorans go when fleeing justice in their home country? Apparently they run to Manassas. But do they get extradited back to their home country to face charges? Apparently not.
InsideNova reports on the arrest of 34-year-old Melvin Noe Sanchez-Izaguirre today, who had previously been deported in 2012 which would make his re-entry a felony […]