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Getting To Know Corey Stewart

17 January 2015 | Prince William County | 3 Comments

Sometimes when you go through campaign finance reports you can learn quite a bit about a candidate.  Donors tend to have quite personal connections to the candidates they contribute to, and through those connections get to know the real-life personal convictions that drive these candidates in a way that voters don’t often get to see. […]

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This Is Somewhat Embarrassing, Isn’t It?

15 January 2015 | Prince William County | 4 Comments

Perhaps you’ve been eager to head right on over to the county’s website for the Brentsville District and see what newly-minted Supervisor Jeanine Lawson plans to do now that she got elected with over 70% of the vote.  What are her big plans?  Does she intend to introduce new legislation to address the issues affecting residents of […]

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Peacor Declares War On Supervisor Jeanine Lawson

14 January 2015 | Prince William County | 18 Comments

I’m sure I wasn’t the only one whose eyes popped after reading an article posted yesterday on Potomac Local that detailed the costs of establishing a permanent office for newly-elected Brentsville Supervisor Jeanine Lawson.  This is going to cost taxpayers nearly a quarter of a million dollars?  For a small office?  What the hell is going on […]

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How To Lose Friends And Make People Hate You On Facebook

12 January 2015 | Prince William County | 4 Comments

First-time candidates are always the most entertaining.  Some degree of ignorance (an entirely excusable condition) is to be expected, but slathered on top of that you can too often find a whole heaping pile of incompetence as well.  That condition is frequently exacerbated by the typical absence of anyone exhibiting any degree of campaigning competence […]

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Lurching From One Crisis To Another In PWC

10 January 2015 | Local Economy, Prince William County | 8 Comments

Parts of Western Prince William County are up in arms once again as a result of Dominion Power seeking to extend power lines to what is most certainly a new data center project in Gainesville.  It’s a recurring theme in areas of the “rural crescent,” especially around the Manassas battlefield, as this has been happening […]

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The King Of Dumb Government Mandates

9 January 2015 | Schools, Virginia Politics, Virginia House, Prince William County | No Comments

Prince William County Schools were obviously quite happy to report on the assigned responsibilities for members of the School Board today, detailing which members were the official liaisons to various associations and professional education organizations.  There were representatives to the Virginia School Board Association, the National School Boards Association, the Northern Virginia Special Education […]

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Kids School Schools On How To Write An Apology

6 January 2015 | Schools, Humor & Satire, Prince William County | 3 Comments

Somehow I think the apology that briefly appeared on the PWCS website, attributed to unnamed “hackers” who might have been PWCS students, was a more apt and honest apology than the one officially made after the utter disaster of a decision to keep schools open on a normal schedule on January 6th.  You be the […]

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We’re Winning! Let’s Surrender!

5 January 2015 | PWCDC, PWCRC, Prince William County | 7 Comments

During the past few months potential Republican challengers in the 2015 elections have been dropping like flies, and that continued today with an announcement by Jim Riley that he’s not going to challenge Maureen Caddigan for the Potomac District seat on the Board of Supervisors.  Right amidst an unprecedented wave of voter outrage against political […]

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The Dynamic Of 2015

27 December 2014 | Prince William County | 4 Comments

This year has seen some massive changes in our elected bodies as voter anger and frustration manifested itself in elections near and far.  This freight train of voter outrage seems to only be picking up steam as we head to the elections of 2015 in Virginia, and soon we’re going to discover who tries to […]

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Out With A Bang

23 December 2014 | Prince William County | 4 Comments

I’m getting reports that in at least one every last precinct in Brentsville, all the Jeanine Lawson for Supervisor signs at the polls disappeared overnight and were replaced with Scott Jacobs signs.  That a campaign that started with breaking the law finished by breaking the law should surprise no one, but it’s still utterly outrageous.  Some […]

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I Have A Dream

17 December 2014 | Illegal Aliens, Prince William County | 1 Comment

When illegal aliens come to America supposedly searching “for a better life,” might that include taxpayer-funded admission to performances of the Manassas Symphony orchestra?  Apparently it does.  If you’re one of the juvenile illegal aliens being temporarily housed (courtesy of your tax dollars) at Youth For Tomorrow, a new grant from the taxpayer-funded National Endowment […]

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Citizens Group Suggests Corey Stewart Not Run For Re-Election

16 December 2014 | Prince William County | 1 Comment

This open letter from Ralph Stevenson, Chairman of Prince William Citizens for Balanced Growth, should be required reading for anyone considering voting for Chairman of the Prince William County Board of County Supervisors in 2015. There’s not much chance that Corey Stewart will take note of what is in this letter, but voters definitely […]

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Brentsville Supervisor Candidates Debate

10 December 2014 | Prince William County | 9 Comments

Not much in the way of surprises at this evening’s debate, with Jeanine Lawson showing she knows what she’s talking about, Eric Young showing that in a lot of ways he doesn’t, and Scott Jacobs clearly demonstrating that he doesn’t want to know what he’s talking about. A few observations might be useful if […]

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Kelly Building Becomes Animal House

8 December 2014 | Prince William County | 11 Comments

Guest post from T Man
So, it’s an amazing but true story, one that once again calls into question the leadership of Prince William County Schools. Carolyn Custard, the Director of the Office of Student Services, throws one hell of a party (or at least she thinks she does). The only problem is that it […]

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Volunteer Where It’s Smart

1 November 2014 | Gerry Connolly, Manassas Park, Manassas City, US Congress, Prince William County | 5 Comments

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.

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Help Fund Illegal Immigration?

2 October 2014 | Illegal Aliens, Prince William County | 8 Comments

This Saturday Youth For Tomorrow is going to have their “Country Fair and Auction” to help support all that good work that this celebrity-laden outfit is supposedly doing.  They’re going to put on a nice dog-and-pony-show to tell folks about how they help troubled kids and need your charitable donations to continue their godly work.
But […]

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Jacobs Announces Independent Bid, Bull Run Strategies Still Gets Paid

30 September 2014 | PWCRC, Prince William County | 5 Comments

When Scott Jacobs got the news that he was disqualified as a Republican candidate for Brentsville Supervisor because he failed to file on time as a candidate for the Republican Mass Meeting, he realistically had three options to consider.  He could endorse Jeanine “for the good of the party” and recover some of the goodwill […]

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When Consultants Destroy Their Candidates

29 September 2014 | RPV, PWCRC, Virginia Politics, Prince William County | 14 Comments

I visited with Scott Jacobs today, originally to confirm that it was one of his employees pictured on Virginia Virtucon taking down one of Jeanine Lawson’s signs.  Scott was still in the midst of trying to figure out what to do in the wake of his campaign essentially coming to an abrupt end after neglecting to file […]

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Tick, Tock…

27 September 2014 | PWCRC, Crime, Prince William County | 14 Comments

Hey, Scott Jacobs!  This is just a friendly head’s-up that I know who is in this picture committing a Class 1 Misdemeanor on behalf of your campaign, and based on just how close they are to you that it would be pretty laughable to say that you didn’t have anything at all to do with […]

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A Call To Arms In Brentsville

27 September 2014 | PWCRC, Prince William County | No Comments

Members of a political party should have the opportunity to choose whoever they think is the best candidate to run as their nominee in a general election.  I can’t even imagine a circumstance that would cause anyone to disagree with such a basic premise, one that’s part of the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. […]

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