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E. W. Jackson: Inspiration

14 June 2013 | RPV, Virginia Politics, Manassas City | 3 Comments

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 […]

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Rezoning For Allah Not A Good Idea

22 May 2013 | Manassas City | 17 Comments

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 […]

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Convention Week Political News Roundup

15 May 2013 | National Politics, Virginia Politics, Manassas City, Prince William County | 2 Comments

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.

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Ripping Off The Taxpayers, Again

24 April 2013 | Virginia Politics, Manassas City | 4 Comments

With Manassas City Schools Superintendent Catherine Magouyrk joining the legion of public officials who misuse taxpayer resources to promote a political agenda, it’s time to bring the hammer down on these public officials who feel entitled to use our taxpayer dollars to badger other governmental bodies.  Magouyrk is hardly the first to engage in this stunningly unethical […]

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Republicans Prep Jeanette Rishell For Lieutenant Governor Run

22 April 2013 | Manassas Park, Manassas City, Prince William County | 5 Comments

About the only good thing anyone can say about tax rates in Prince William County is that they’re not going to be anywhere near as bad as they’ll soon be in Manassas City, which itself is working overtime to bring their tax rates up to the stratospheric heights that only Manassas Park has achieved.  We […]

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Manassas City To Hike Taxes

22 April 2013 | Manassas City | 9 Comments

From the fine folks at the Manassas Tea Party: 
Defying not only the recommendations of its own Manassas City Manager but also the pleas of hundreds of taxpayers, the Manassas City Council proposed a massive 10.4% tax bill increase for FY14. This huge hike is attributed to four City Council members seeking to hyper accelerate the […]

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Buffalo Wild Wings Throws Cops Out Of Restaurant

25 March 2013 | Manassas City | 25 Comments

Buffalo Wild Wings, you are the stupidest business in Virginia and I sincerely hope you go bankrupt soon.
Eight Prince William County Police officers were refused service at Buffalo Wild Wings on Wednesday, apparently because they had their weapons displayed. (From Manassas Park Patch)
I don’t want explanations, or an apology, I just want this business gone.
H/T: PWC News […]

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Will Stewart And Stimpson Continue To Fund Gun Control Efforts?

25 March 2013 | Virginia Politics, Manassas City, Prince William County | 7 Comments

Earlier this month the Metropolitan Washington Council Of Governments approved a resolution calling for more gun control which has prompted a few localities in Virginia to threaten that they will withhold their annual dues payments until the resolution, which has pretty much nothing to do with the mission of the MWCOG anyways, is repealed.  Today I’ve learned that Manassas […]

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Illegal Alien Wanted For Attempted Murder Arrested in Manassas

18 March 2013 | Illegal Aliens, Crime, Manassas City | 4 Comments

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 […]

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Dysfunction, Thy Name Is Manassas Park

18 February 2013 | RPV, Manassas Park, Manassas City | 3 Comments

The Manassas GOP joins the Prince William County Republican Committee in getting their call for a delegate selection process for the 2013 State Republican Convention out the door, and as usual all we hear from the Manassas Park Republican Committee is silence.  Those patiently waiting for an update to the Manassas Park Republican Committee’s website for any kind […]

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Manassas Schools Budget Off The Mark

9 February 2013 | Schools, Manassas City | 4 Comments

Guest Post By Charles Sutherland
While a needed step in the right direction, School Superintendent Magouyrk’s draft budget to reduce costs requires some analysis. As usual, the devil is in the details.

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Illegal Alien Triple Murderer Avoids Trial

10 December 2012 | Illegal Aliens, Crime, Manassas City | 36 Comments

Ten years ago Jose Oswaldo Reyes Alfaro, an illegal alien from El Salvador, was ordered deported.  He was subsequently arrested twice, but never turned over to ICE for deportation.  In February, 2011, he murdered three people in Manassas with a .38 caliber revolver, wounded two others including a 15 year-old girl, and attacked another — […]

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How They Won

7 November 2012 | RPV, National Politics, Manassas Park, Manassas City, Prince William County | 69 Comments

Candidates and campaigns win elections in the environment that exists while voting is conducted.  While that statement isn’t terribly revealing it points out the three primary components of an outcome.  Activists like myself can’t change the candidates (at least after they’re nominated), the environment is largely out of our control, but we do impact campaigns […]

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Manassas City Election Guide

3 November 2012 | Manassas City | 4 Comments

In addition to the Presidential and US Senate elections, about which I’m pretty sure voters have pretty heard their fill already, Manassas City has a ballot initiative specific to the city this year.  The question involves moving municipal elections from May, when they happen now, to Novembers when they’d be down-ticket from a Presidential election.  If […]

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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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Mitt Romney Rocks Manassas

11 August 2012 | National Politics, Manassas City | 49 Comments

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 […]

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Mitt Comes To Old Town Manassas

4 August 2012 | National Politics, Manassas City | 4 Comments

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!

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Dems Call Cops To Stop Declaration Of Independence Recitation

4 July 2012 | Manassas City | 45 Comments

If you want to understand Democrats, it helps to see them in action.  Yes, it’s rather like delving into abnormal psychology, an intellectual exercise perhaps engaged in either out of morbid curiosity or driven by a desire to help these poor souls recover some appreciation of reality in the hope they can eventually live fruitful, […]

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Stuck On Stupid

3 July 2012 | Manassas City | 10 Comments

Last evening the Manassas City Council voted to appoint the leftist, liberal political activist Martin Crim as City Attorney.  Only two council members had the courage to vote against this appointment, Marc Aveni and the newly sworn-in Ian Lovejoy.  It’s refreshing to see that there are actually Republicans on City Council who act like Republican elected officials […]

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What Is Art?

30 May 2012 | Manassas City | 21 Comments

Finally, the long-awaited installation of Manassas’ contribution to Virginia sculptural artistry.  Brought to you courtesy of a $1,200 state VTA grant and an undocumented quantity of effort and resources courtesy of the City of Manassas.  This magnificent ouvre is right on par with the logo for “Discover Prince William,” solidifying our community as the very hub of artistic excellence […]

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