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Stand down: Bellamy, Signer humiliate, undermine Charlottesville cop

| December 7, 2017 | 15 Comments
Stand down: Bellamy, Signer humiliate, undermine Charlottesville cop

With all of the innuendo about Charlottesville Police Chief, Al Thomas, and his alleged “stand down” order to officers during Charlottesville’s August 12 riots, another such order has gone largely unnoticed. During the December 4, 2017 Charlottesville City Council meeting, local activist, Tanesha Hudson, was berating Mayor Michael Signer, for his violation of Charlottesville’s permit […]

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BREAKING: Report released; CPD abandoned Fourth Street mall crossing 8/12

| December 1, 2017 | 7 Comments
BREAKING: Report released; CPD abandoned Fourth Street mall crossing 8/12

The “independent” report of events surrounding Charlottesville’s August 12 Unite the Right rally, has been released to the public.  Authored by former US Attorney, Tim Heaphy, and Hunton & Williams LLP, the controversial 220 page exposé addresses the long-unanswered question of why the Fourth Street crossing with Charlottesville’s Downtown Mall was not blockaded by a stationary […]

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F*** pigs: Monticello High School’s dramatic attack on police

| October 19, 2017 | 22 Comments
F*** pigs: Monticello High School’s dramatic attack on police

Under the guise of artistic expression, Monticello High School’s (MHS) theater director, Madeline Michel, has sanctioned a drama production, which appears to demean and dehumanize local police—and law enforcement in general. A King’s Story, written by MHS student, Josh St. Hill, examines the death and societal aftermath of a fictional black Charlottesville teen killed by […]

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Deep pockets: Albemarle County spends $14k on police for Charlottesville KKK rally

| July 26, 2017 | 5 Comments
Deep pockets: Albemarle County spends $14k on police for Charlottesville KKK rally

The July 8 Ku Klux Klan rally held in Charlottesville’s Jackson Park was costly in more ways than one. While Charlottesville’s reputation as a genteel southern town was seriously damaged by the protester-related lawlessness that ensued, Albemarle County paid a steep price as well. According to Albemarle Assistant County Executive, Lee Catlin, county taxpayers covered […]

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Breaking News: Grisly details emerge in Charlottesville Moores Creek murder

| July 19, 2017 | 0 Comments
Breaking News: Grisly details emerge in Charlottesville Moores Creek murder

A man found murdered near Moores Creek has been unofficially identified as Marvin Joel Rivera Guevara of El Salvador. A Spanish-language news website, translated as, El Savaldor, Red Chronicle, has the following alleged details: Guevara left El Salvador for the United States in 2013 in order to earn and send money home to his family […]

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Capital of chaos: Mayor Mike Signer’s rampageous Charlottesville City Council meetings

| June 8, 2017 | 4 Comments
Capital of chaos: Mayor Mike Signer’s rampageous Charlottesville City Council meetings

Under the “leadership” of Mayor Michael Signer, Charlottesville City Council meetings have devolved into chaotic scream-fests, laced with verbal and visual profanity—and crowned by defiance of the mayor’s procedural dictates. Council’s June 5, 2017 meeting was the worst in a long line of descendingly lawless affairs. Racial “justice” groups repeatedly interrupted the meeting with chanting, […]

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Alien Nation: Criminal “immigrants” violate Charlottesville’s sanctuary

| April 14, 2017 | 6 Comments
Alien Nation: Criminal “immigrants” violate Charlottesville’s sanctuary

Two recent high-profile arrestees in Charlottesville are not United States citizens, according to officials at the Albemarle Charlottesville Regional Jail. On April 1, 2017 Charlottesville Police arrested Erick G. Banegaz, who was charged with carnal knowledge of a child, as described in a police department media release: The Charlottesville Police Department received a report from […]

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Breaking bad: McAuliffe’s “blanket restoration” yields gun runners, drug dealers

| March 24, 2017 | 2 Comments
Breaking bad: McAuliffe’s “blanket restoration” yields gun runners, drug dealers

by Matthew Hardin On April 22, 2016, Governor McAuliffe issued a blanket order, in which he purported to restore the civil rights of convicted felons (rights to hold public office, the right to vote, right to sit on a jury, and right to serve as a notary). Under the Constitution of Virginia, criminals convicted of […]

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America’s refugee industry and the Cats-Paw

| March 8, 2017 | 11 Comments
America’s refugee industry and the Cats-Paw

CATS-PAW, noun – A dupe; the instrument which another uses. Watching the presidential address to Congress the other evening, and the behavior of those in the Democratic Party, brought to mind an incident from my youth. Attending a Boy Scout leadership conference lecture I was exposed to an unusual act. The speaker, a United States […]

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Witless: Unhinged Charlottesville Mayor Signer pushes for Sanctuary City status

| January 29, 2017 | 7 Comments
Witless: Unhinged Charlottesville Mayor Signer pushes for Sanctuary City status

  On January 31, Charlottesville Mayor Michael Signer will instruct Charlottesville’s City Manager, Maurice Jones, to advise City Council on becoming a “Sanctuary City.” Announced yesterday by the leftist political action group known as “Charlottesville Clergy Collective,” Mayor Signer also will host a press conference entitled, “Pride in Pluralism”: Charlottesville Mayor Mike Signer to Make […]

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