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Monticello High School Athletic Director (and Louisa County Board of Supervisors member), Fitzgerald Barnes, apparently is playing fast and loose with Virginia Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests made by The Schilling Show. In the wake of the Albemarle Truth in Taxation Alliance’s discovery that Barnes and other Albemarle County Athletic Directors had entered into […]
WANTED: Information leading to the arrest and conviction of the Sign Thrasher. Liberal violence against conservative political free expression continues virtually unabated in Charlottesville and surrounding areas—and it appears to be intensifying in the days approaching the November 6 elections. Caught on tape, and now featured in Charlottesville’s Most Wanted Episode 2, is the Sign […]
Charlottesville’s downtown mall is fertile ground for nascent eco-socialists, aggressive progressives, citizen-collectivists and other like-minded political degenerates. At any given time, a panoply of leftists, young and old, convene there, “productively” whiling away the hours. But, politically speaking, the evening of October 29 was superior to all previous nights on the mall. Fellow travelers Tom […]
table-front-2 ◄ Back Next ► Picture 1 of 33 Front view NOW table In the shadow of Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello, a spiritual sickness flourishes. Courtesy of the Jefferson Madison Regional Library (JMRL) system and the Charlottesville National Organization for Women, library patrons and their children are being exposed to a panopoly of explicit sexual practices placed […]
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 […]
The City of Charlottesville spends a lot of money—well north of $140 million in its most recent annual budget. The vast majority of the city’s revenues come in the form of taxes paid by its citizens who have little choice but to remit excessively the hard-earned fruits of their labor to a profligate-spending government. The […]
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