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Guest editorial: The truth about “Spit-Hole” countries

| January 14, 2018 | 4 Comments
Guest editorial: The truth about “Spit-Hole” countries

by: Tim Griffith Atta Boy Mr. Trump; call it like you see it! I hope President Trump really did say that. It would mean he thinks like a normal human being. For nearly 50 years I have personally used and heard those exact words to describe Haiti and most of the countries on the African […]

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1000 words: UVa, no home for hate?

| December 21, 2017 | 12 Comments
1000 words: UVa, no home for hate?

This loving display of tolerance and peace was spotted on the UVa Lawn.  There are many blatant inconsistencies here, but focusing on the most obvious: apparently, at “Mother” Teresa Sullivan’s University of Virginia, directing an F-bomb toward an individual does not qualify as hatred. Huh?

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Scofflaw: Democrat Ned Gallaway’s illegal campaign signs

| November 7, 2017 | 2 Comments
Scofflaw: Democrat Ned Gallaway’s illegal campaign signs

It’s election day, and Democrat Ned Gallaway has a sign problem. Running for Albemarle County Supervisor in the Rio District, Gallaway has broken a cardinal rule of campaigning: he neglected to list the legally required attribution on his campaign signs. Virginia Law states specific requirements for print media, to wit: § 24.2-956. Requirements for print […]

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Strange bedfellows: David Swanson and Richard Spencer’s bizarre Russian lovefest

| May 18, 2017 | 2 Comments
Strange bedfellows: David Swanson and Richard Spencer’s bizarre Russian lovefest

In a bizarre confluence of geo-political opinion, seeming polar opposites David Swanson and Richard Spencer agree on one thing: friendship with Russia is a good thing. Spencer—known widely as founder of the alt-right movement, and a self-proclaimed identitarian—held a highly controversial, torch-lit rally in Charlottesville last weekend regarding the proposed removal of the General Robert […]

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1000 Words: President Trump repeatedly dissed at Charlottesville Wegmans

| April 11, 2017 | 5 Comments
1000 Words: President Trump repeatedly dissed at Charlottesville Wegmans

Following the November 2016 presidential elections, The Schilling Show has received multiple reports of Trump-branded wine bottles being turned backwards on the shelves at the Charlottesville Wegmans grocery store, so that the Trump label is not visible. Wegmans management says this subtle vandalism is the work of customers and that most patrons appreciate the store […]

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The Blue Spade sings: Deployed Activists

| March 4, 2017 | 0 Comments
The Blue Spade sings: Deployed Activists

The Blue Spade (aka Scott Bandy) returns with a masterful remake of Robert Palmer’s “Addicted to Love,” now titled, “Deployed Activists.” Palmer’s biggest hit, now provides the musical backdrop for the Spade’s exposé of Charlottesville’s Organizers, Occupiers, and Agitators—the robotic, zombie-like sycophants who appeared at Lee Park and Downtown Charlottesville for recent Marxist-themed events. The song was performed […]

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Cold feet: Charlottesville Mayor Signer backpedals Sanctuary City scheme

| February 1, 2017 | 7 Comments
Cold feet: Charlottesville Mayor Signer backpedals Sanctuary City scheme

Two days after the Schilling Show broke the news that Mayor Mike Signer was secretly scheming to declare Charlottesville a “Sanctuary City,” Signer has completely abandoned the idea. Mayor Signer’s original statement listed four specific “initiatives,” including: Direct Charlottesville’s City Manager to advise City Council on becoming a Sanctuary City In multiple media interviews following the […]

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Acolyte delight: Signer lap dogs coming to Charlottesville City Council?

| January 10, 2017 | 0 Comments
Acolyte delight: Signer lap dogs coming to Charlottesville City Council?

Sources deep within the bowels of the Charlottesville City Democrat machine have revealed the likely City Council replacements for Bob Fenwick and Kristin Szakos, whose terms end this year. Amy Laufer, a present member and former chair of Charlottesville’s elected school board, is a top pick of Mayor Michael Signer. Laufer has political acumen, relatively […]

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All Our Yesterdays: Reconsidering Revenue Sharing

| November 28, 2016 | 4 Comments
All Our Yesterdays: Reconsidering Revenue Sharing

“My people and I have come to an agreement which satisfied us both. They are to say what they please, and I am to do what I please.” – Frederick the Great For more than three decades, the citizens of Albemarle County have been forced to live with the maxim of Frederick the Great, as […]

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Maniacal: Charlottesville Mayor Michael Signer says, “Electors, Dump Trump”

| November 18, 2016 | 4 Comments
Maniacal: Charlottesville Mayor Michael Signer says, “Electors, Dump Trump”

In a recent Time magazine op-ed, Charlottesville’s vainglorious mayor, Michael Signer, has called for Republican electors to repudiate Donald Trump in the December 19 Electoral College vote. Known during his mayoral tenure for soft totalitarianism and intolerance of opposing viewpoints, Signer opines: The fact is that the Electoral College was primarily designed to stop a demagogue—a […]

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