Manassas City Category Archives
I’d been under the impression that if you’re able to funnel public money to your private business because you’re voting on those specific municipal appropriations, going broke would be a near impossibility. It’s not as if government is running out of money any time soon, right? Well, Mark Wolfe has apparently accomplished the impossible after […]
Since most of you are already sick of hearing about the competing dumpster fires of the presidential candidates, here’s something a little closer to home, and certainly a lot more interesting to consider. When you think about the person who will be controlling the checkbook for the City of Manassas for the next four years, […]
When you think of the wonderful City of Manassas and all it has to offer, and then think of a person to personify all that, would the name Ed Asner pop into your mind? Probably not. Since I expect that many readers might not know why anyone would honor Ed Asner as a demonstration of the greatness […]
In honor of Speaker John Boehner announcing he will retire from Congress, it seems to be a good time to remind people about the motivations of some of those who helped encourage Boehner to make this decision.
MTP PSA: “You Are Not Alone” from NOVA Digital Films.
One down, a few left to go.
Verizon and Comcast customers […]
After years of quiet protest and silent prayers as tens of thousands of innocent young lives were snuffed out, the abortion center in Manassas known as Amethyst Health Center for Women will close on September 28th. So many have worked with dogged determination to provide alternatives to women considering abortion, and they deserve our thanks. […]
The Ashley Madison data hack last week turned out some interesting data, and within that data was a reference to Manassas City Councilman Mark Wolfe. I’m sure I wasn’t the only one curious about what in the heck he was doing on that site, and after a bit of digging I was able to obtain […]
So the Ashley Madison data hits the interwebs and what do we find? Of course we find a few of our glorious elected officials in Prince William County establishing paid accounts on a website for people trying to cheat on their spouses! It’s actually quite a relief to find so few of them on the list, but […]
So tonight, in honor of Jesus Christ being tortured, nailed to a cross, and sacrificing His life in atonement for your sins, you can go out and party in the City of Manassas as part of “Founder’s Day.” There’s really nothing more fitting to recognize the horror and descent into hell that Jesus experienced on […]
So you’re moderately active in politics and wouldn’t mind lending a few hours to volunteer for a campaign where your contribution might make a difference? Yes, there are opportunities where your time won’t be wasted.
Manassas Votes, The local PAC run by Democrats Stephen Hirsch and Nancy Ingram, put out an ad today in the local paper endorsing candidates for the Manassas City Council elections, and what do you know, there’s Republican Mark Wolfe including his endorsement of a slate of two Democrats and one Republican. After voting for every tax […]
As the Prince William County Schools and the Board of County Supervisors continue to peddle the line that the “Unaccompanied Alien Children” program isn’t causing any “problems” for schools and other local government services, they’re resolutely refusing to release any information on the impacts this influx of juvenile illegal aliens to support their claims. They […]
“Dr.” Robin Toogood served as Principal at Jennie Dean Elementary despite never having attended college, and armed with a falsified resume. How in the world does a school system filled with highly educated professionals not recognize that one of the leaders among them is a complete imposter with no credentials whatsoever?
It took others to […]
This year’s VEX Robotics state championship at both the High School and Middle School division levels were dominated by a small private school in Manassas. Not some deep-pocketed private school that educates children in state-of-the-art, LEED certified, renewable energy-powered, technology laden campuses delivering a Pearson Education curriculum, but a pretty spartan school that still uses […]
Frank Wolf has announced he will not seek re-election in 2014, which is guaranteed to kick off quite a contest to see who the Republican nominee will be.
Does Barbara Comstock have this locked down, or will there actually be a contest? We’re going to find out pretty soon.
UPDATE: Dick Black is looking at a run […]
About the only surprise here is that it took so long for the owners to figure out that Old Town was an awful place to put an adult-oriented store.
KK’s is shutting down and the building has been sold. Let’s hope some bright, enterprising soul out there does a better job figuring out what kind of […]
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 […]
E. W. Jackson visited Old Town Manassas this week and spoke to volunteers and activists about his campaign and his vision for Virginia. This is the guy that some liberals are trying to characterize as some sort of monster, but the truth is quite obviously rather different. Jackson is one of the most […]
Manassas has a tough fiscal problem to solve. Commercial development in the city has been stagnant at best, and the city wants to invest in all sorts of new infrastructure projects. In a “have your cake and eat it too” moment it decided the way to address this was to raise property taxes by an […]
There’s lots happening in the lead-up to the Republican Convention and around the area in local politics, so let’s take a quick pass at all that’s happening since there isn’t time to cover all of these in detail right now.