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Clinton Campaign Running Voter Registration Events After Legal Deadline

Even taking into consideration a federal court order that extended the deadline, Virginia residents were required to register by Friday, October 21 in order to be able to vote.

But the Hillary Clinton Campaign is apparently above that law, as her website is advertising future "voter registration" events across Northern Virginia over the next week.



Does Hillary simply have an incompetent campaign staff? That could be possible, but these events have real addresses, dates, and times. It is extremely unlikely that someone on the Clinton campaign would not know that these events could not legally take place. 
Are Hillary's friends in the Virginia Department of Elections, an executive branch agency controlled by Terry McAullife's political allies, accepting these voter registrations in violation of the legal deadline? Extending the time limit for the Hillary camp is sure to provide an advantage. This theory certainly seems likely, and is not so far-fetched after news broke…

Hillary Clinton's Forgotten Scandal

In the third presidential debate, in reference to the issue of illegal immigration, Hillary Clinton claimed that "I don't want to rip families apart." But as First Lady, she was responsible for a law that has done exactly that. 

Most recent media attention regarding Hillary Clinton's many corrupt activities, even from conservative sources, has focused on Hillary's criminal misconduct related to her illegal deletion of government emails, her corrupt Clinton Foundation "charity", and the massive corruption revealed in emails published by WikiLeaks. But there is another scandal that is arguably worse than any of the other ones - as the victims of this forgotten scandal are tens of thousands of American families. 

In 1997, Congress passed and President Bill Clinton signed the Adoption and Safe Families Act, an Orwellian misnomer if you've ever seen one. This law ostensibly enabled children languishing in foster care an opportunity to be adopted, however, …

Judge Maintains Nationwide Injunction Against Obama Transgender 'Directive'

In May of this year, Barack Obama's Education Department wrote a "friendly letter" (also known as immutable supreme law according to Our Dear Leader Ryan McElveen) to school systems across America demanding that they open up restrooms, locker rooms, and shower facilities to anyone regardless of biological sex, as long as they "identify" as the gender that the facility serves. 13 states sued the federal government, and a judge granted a preliminary, nationwide injunction preventing any attempts at enforcement of this letter. Yesterday, a federal judge upheld and extended the injunction.

Ryan McElveen is looking pretty silly right now ... after all, he was the one who claimed that a letter from DOE bureaucrats is "law" that "required" FCPS to adopt a transgender policy.

From Politico:

A federal judge in Texas has largely rejected the Obama administration's request to narrow a nationwide injunction banning enforcement of an Education Departm…

Ryan McElveen: Academic Honor is "White-Centric"

In an article published in the University of Virginia's student newspaper, The Cavalier Daily, current Fairfax school board member Ryan McElveen railed against UVA's "honor system", whereby students are trusted to maintain academic integrity, but are punished very severely if they betray the university's trust. This system, according to the University's website, has been a fixture of UVA life for over 160 years.

However, according to McElveen, the honor system is racist, sexist, and "Western-centric."

"In general, knowledge of the system is even less important when the system itself is theoretically debased and unrepresentative of our post-modern world. Based on its origins, the concept of honor is West-centric, male-centric and, dare I say it, white-centric. Like all organs of student self-governance at the University, the honor system is a historically white organization that fails to incorporate diverse value and belief systems."
The hon…

"People's Republic of Fairfax" - Parents' Group Slams Fairfax Democratic Leader

In a scathing press release, Concerned Parents and Educators of Fairfax County hammered Sue Langley, the chair of the Fairfax Democratic Committee for her disregard for freedom of thought.  
By the way, Langley has blocked ResistanceMedia on Twitter.
(Fairfax, VA) Concerned Parents and Educators of Fairfax County (CPEFC) released a statement today calling for the resignation of Sue Langley in response to the Fairfax County Democratic Committee Chair’s disrespectful call for the resignation of Fairfax County School Board member Elizabeth Schultz.
“To demonize an American citizen for supporting the nominee of her party for President of the United States is simply unacceptable. Are we now living in the People’s Republic of Fairfax? Do all thoughts and ideas have to be approved by Sue Langley? How dare she make disparaging comments that trivialize the legitimate concerns of parents who disagree with her?” asked Meg Kilgannon, Executive Director of Concerned Parents and Educators of Fairfax…

Sue Langley and Red China

Sue Langley, the leader of the Fairfax County Democratic Party, recently demanded the resignation of Elizabeth Schultz, Springfield District school board member and relentless advocate for family rights and citizen involvement.

ResistanceMedia.org has discovered an interview conducted during the 2016 Democratic National Convention which could potentially end her career in politics. On July 25, 2016, Langley was featured in a segment on CCTV News, a Chinese state-funded television network that even the New York Times characterizes as China's "propaganda tool." In fact, there is a special telephone in CCTV offices reserved solely for communications with the Central Propaganda Office (yes, that is the real name) of the Communist Party of China.



In fact, the president of CCTV has publicly stated that its journalists are not actually journalists, but "propaganda workers." Why is the Fairfax Democratic Chairwoman associating herself with this network?



In my view, ther…

Fairfax Republican Committee Betrays Donald Trump

On Friday, the official Twitter account of the Fairfax Republican Party retweeted a post by Northern Virginia Republican politician Barbara Comstock (a RINO with a D rating from NumbersUSA, a group that supports a pro-America immigration policy, and an F rating from Conservative Review) that called for nominee Donald Trump to "step aside and allow our party to replace him" and that "I cannot in good conscience vote for Donald Trump."



While it is not clear, it appears that this tweet referenced the release of an 11-year-old illegal secret recording showing Trump using explicit language. While Trump's behavior was inappropriate, it was almost certainly not the reason that Comstock attacked Trump. Barbara Comstock's opponent, LuAnn Bennett, has consistently attacked her over the course of the campaign for not officially 'denouncing' Trump. So, therefore Comstock decided to betray the duly elected nominee of her own party to avoid attacks from her Democ…

Take Back Fairfax: Enough is Enough!

Reproduced with permission from takebackfairfax.org

There is a theory in political science (the name of which escapes me) the gist of which is that the more things a government agency tries to do, the worse it is at everything it does.  Put another way, when an agency switches from its core mission to unrelated issues, it performs poorly at both its core mission and the unrelated task.

This is similar to the concept of negative marginal utility in economics, but with the important difference of causation.  It is not that focusing on unrelated tasks necessarily causes the decline in efficiency in the core tasks, just that the decline is there.  It could be that the government focuses on the unrelated tasks because it realizes it is not succeeding in its core mission.  Regardless of the reason, when a government agency seeks to extend its mandate, everything and everyone is worse off.

The Fairfax County School Board appears to be suffering from this problem.  Rather than focusing on its…

Annandale High School Newspaper: "Make America Great Again" is "Inherently Racist"

Today, the "A-Blast", Annandale High School's student newspaper, ran a story that stated that Donald Trump's signature campaign slogan is "inherently racist." Written by Serene Ghul, the arts editor for the Blast, the post makes a plethora of unsourced, spurious, and borderline libelous claims about Donald Trump.

"In fact, Donald Trump’s slogan is strangely related to the ideas and words of the Ku Klux Klan."  "Donald Trump wants to make America great again by going back to the way it was before. And by “before,” he means half a century ago, when caucasians held all the power."  "Trump’s version of a great America is one where there are no immigrants, women are treated poorly, and being in power means being white."
When did Donald Trump say any of this?
The "journalist" then went on to state that America should NOT be great.
"Choosing to make America great again will only create a larger barrier between the peopl…

Over 1,000 Illegal Immigrants Registered to Vote in Virginia

And this is only eight localities... there are 125 more in Virginia ... 

According to a report by the Virginia Voter's Alliance, there are 1,048 non-citizens registered to vote in eight selected Virginia localities. (There is no data for the remaining 125 counties, cities, and towns in Virginia.)

In Alexandria, Virginia, there are more people registered to vote than the total number of eligible voters. This would mean that there are thousands of illegal voters because in other areas, not every eligible voter ends up registering to vote. However, in Alexandria, the voter registration rate is apparently an unprecedented 100+ percent -- reminiscent of Soviet Russia. The national registration rate is approximately 71 percent.

This contradicts the constant propaganda churned out by the mainstream media and PolitiLie -- who convince Americans that voter fraud is uncommon.

Original report:

More than 1,000 aliens, or residents who are not U.S. citizens, have been free to vote illegally in V…

White Privilege Survey Given at Oregon High School

From Oregon Live:

At least one parent is unhappy with a "white privilege survey" sent home with Aloha High School seniors earlier this week. "The way this survey is read, it almost wants to like, shame you for being white," Jason Schmidt, the father of an Aloha High School senior told KATU Thursday. The survey, shown by KATU, poses statements and asks students to score themselves between zero for seldom to never true to five for often true. The statements include: "I can be in the company of people of my race most of the time" and "If I should need to move, I can be pretty sure of hassle-free renting or purchasing in an area in which I would want to live." KATU says the goal of the survey, according to the school, is to create empathy and teach students how to have larger, difficult conversations. "I feel that he should be learning actual education," Schmidt told KATU, "and not be a part of some social experiment or teacher's …

Prince William School Board Chair Calls for Nonresidents to Pressure School Board

Today, in a speech at the Northern Virginia gay pride event in Centreville, VA, Prince William County School Board chair Ryan Sawyers (who may be even worse than his Fairfax namefellow Ryan McElveen) discussed the attempted adoption of a transgender non-discrimination policy, which was recently blocked 5-1 by the school board.



Sawyers spoke for three minutes, and urged the audience to contact state legislators and tell them to repeal the Dillon Rule, which is a state law that requires that local school districts may not adopt any non-discrimination policy stricter than what is required by the state. In other words, while school districts are required to ban discrimination based on race or religion, for example, they may not ban "discrimination" (i.e. policies that protect individual privacy and safety) based on gender identity.

Sawyers nonsensically claimed that a letter written by the Virginia Attorney General, liberal hack Mark Herring, supersedes established law passed by…

The FCPS Youth Survey is Fundamentally Unreliable

Every year, FCPS sixth, eighth, tenth, and twelfth grade students take an intrusive, graphic, and pointless survey, officially known as the FCPS Youth Survey. Elizabeth Schultz, a Fairfax school board member from the Springfield District, has urged parents to opt out of the survey. Others who concur include Concerned Parents and Educators and ResistanceMedia.org.

One of the main arguments against the Youth Survey has centered on the graphic content that children are exposed to, namely 13 separate questions about various forms of sexual abuse, 3 questions about suicide, 3 questions about eating disorders, and an astounding 26 questions about drug use. This is not all of the objectionable material on this survey; the full list is below.


But in this article, I will put that aside. Some may have no problem with their children being quizzed by the government about such deeply intrusive and personal topics. And some FCPS students may have no problem with that either. That is obviously true,…