STFU: Greene County Supervisors neuter public meeting comment

| July 30, 2015 | 11 Comments
STFU: Greene County Supervisors neuter public meeting comment

In a 4-1 vote, with at-large member, Eddie Deane, voting “no,” the Greene County Board of Supervisors has adopted a new comment policy clearly intended to kill any dissent at public meetings. Termed “atrocious!” by Megan Rhyne of the Virginia Coalition for Open Government, the new rules closely follow the removal of “Matters from the Public” from Greene […]

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Book smart: JMRL’s John Halliday stands firm on library kiddie sex and abortion display

| July 28, 2015 | 1 Comments
Book smart: JMRL’s John Halliday stands firm on library kiddie sex and abortion display

A recent Schilling Show photo exposé on the Jefferson Madison Regional Library’s (JMRL) pro-abortion, hyper-sexualized “My Body, My Choice” display has raised further questions about library policy, and in particular, about JMRL Director John Halliday’s rabid defense of the salacious material. A clear and indisputable violation of current library policy regarding public displays—descriptions of “golden […]

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Chicken à la Cox: Greene County shuts down public comment

| July 24, 2015 | 7 Comments
Chicken à la Cox: Greene County shuts down public comment

In the shadow of a threatened FOIA-related lawsuit and ongoing citizen criticism over a shady loan to county administrator, John Barkley (aka Barkley-gate), Greene County faces a new, brewing scandal. During the last several public board meetings, concerned residents and former elected officials repeatedly excoriated supervisors and County Administration during “matters by the public,” over […]

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Talking to a corpse: the rotting United States of America

| July 18, 2015 | 1 Comments
Talking to a corpse: the rotting United States of America

An early July Rasmussen poll  found that only 34% of Americans think the United States is on the right track. How did we arrive at such pessimism? Consider these reasons: After the 2007 financial meltdown, global banks are bigger and more controlling than ever. Since the 1980s, the rich have been achieving dizzying levels of wealth, […]

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Donald Trump on The Schilling Show

| July 15, 2015 | 1 Comments
Donald Trump on The Schilling Show

Presidential candidate and Albemarle Estate owner, Donald Trump, made his debut appearance on WINA’s The Schilling Show yesterday. In this face-to-face interview, Trump discusses immigration, his plan to win the hispanic vote, and Barack Obama’s JV team of failed and flailing negotiators. The interview was conducted at Trump’s Albemarle Estate and Winery on July 14, […]

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Driving policies through fraud and fear-mongering

| July 14, 2015 | 0 Comments
Driving policies through fraud and fear-mongering

A physician offers sanity-based perspectives on EPA’s “Data Derangement Syndrome” by Charles G. Battig, MD Propaganda tactics employed by the Environmental Protection and its activist allies increasingly employ emotion as a primary media tool. Mothers and children pose on the US Capitol steps, waving signs that claim they are fighting for clean air and their […]

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Y’all stop beatin’ up on Rand Paul

| July 4, 2015 | 1 Comments
Y’all stop beatin’ up on Rand Paul

Members of the establishment right hating Rand Paul is like a kid hating ice cream because it has the wrong colored sprinkles on top. When I hear Dana Perino on Fox News, you’d think she’s talking about Bill Ayers when she launches into a rant against Paul. Rand Paul’s shade of foreign policy does not […]

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Thanks, SCROTUS

| June 25, 2015 | 1 Comments
Thanks, SCROTUS

The four words “established by the state” that allowed the Supreme Court to give Obamacare a pass today is so symbolic to what has happened to this country. The banning of the Confederate flag is also symbolic. Today, the Confederate flag no longer represents a struggle of states against a powerful central northern-based crony government. To […]

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Bad dog: Greene’s Barkley again ignores FOIA, twists truth in loan debacle

| June 23, 2015 | 8 Comments
Bad dog: Greene’s Barkley again ignores FOIA, twists truth in loan debacle

After being threatened with a FOIA-related lawsuit in May, Greene County Administrator, John C. Barkley capitulated and relinquished documents that he’d illegally withheld. In a possible attempt to conceal complicity in a loan scandal of his own creation, Mr. Barkley has once more circumvented a FOIA request issued by The Schilling Show. On May 20, following […]

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The Blue Spade sings: Single Shot Your Next Vote

| June 7, 2015 | 0 Comments
The Blue Spade sings: Single Shot Your Next Vote

The Blue Spade (aka Scott Bandy) strikes again—this time with a salient message for Charlottesville voters. In an adroit reworking of Pat Benetar’s first top ten hit, Hit Me With Your Best Shot, Bandy urges voters in Charlottesville’s June 9 primary elections to “Single Shot Your Next Vote.” Spade provides listeners with a not-so-subtle reminder […]

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