Monthly Archives: October 2019

Supervisor John Foust and Ed Martin Spar Over Ordinance Regarding Cooperation With ICE

The Fairfax County Republican Party and its candidates have been trying to villainize immigrants throughout this year’s campaign in a desperate attempt to score political points and win a few votes. On Tuesday, for instance, Elizabeth Schultz said immigrants were … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Opening Statements in the 34th House of Delegates District

The McLean Community Association held a forum last night for the candidates running for the House of Delegates from the 34th District, which stretches from the McLean area all the way out to some portions of Loudoun county. Delegate Kathleen … Continue reading

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Andi Bayer Says Teachers Using “Anti-American” Materials

I’m not sure what Andi Bayer thinks our teachers are doing in Fairfax County Public Schools, but she’s now claiming students are taught “anti-American” and “pro-socialism” material. “I tutor these kids, I see what they’re learning,” Bayer said at a … Continue reading

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Laura Jane Cohen: “I’m used to talking over nonsense”

During last night’s Springfield District Council forum for candidates hoping to represent Springfield on the Fairfax County School Board, Laura Jane Cohen highlighted how Elizabeth Schultz has a horrible attendance record when it comes to school board meetings, but has … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Schultz Says Immigrants are Bringing Diseases Into Fairfax County Public Schools

The Springfield District Council hosted a forum for candidates running for the Springfield seat on the Fairfax County School Board last night at Washington Irving Middle School. While many of the questions were topics like school boundaries and gun violence … Continue reading

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Conservative Candidate Caught Stealing Campaign Literature

Anybody who’s been involved in politics knows that political signs get stolen. It’s illegal, unethical, and immature behavior when campaign staff or volunteers do it, but it’s unfortunately almost become part of the process nowadays. That’s why I wrote a … Continue reading

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Andi Bayer Says People of Color Don’t Face Discrimination in Fairfax Because There Are Plenty of Ethnic Restaurants

When it comes to the Fairfax County School Board, the Republican candidates have made some extremely inappropriate comments throughout this year’s campaign.  That’s why the Washington Post took the time to emphasize the “vitriolic” and “poisonous tone” resulting from the … Continue reading

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Washington Post Announces School Board Endorsements

The Fairfax County School Board is technically a non-partisan body and was designed that way in hopes of helping members set aside politics to ensure our students receive the best education possible.  As the Washington Post editorial board wrote while … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Schultz Hosts Event With Senior Staff of Designated Hate Group

On Tuesday of this week (October 22, 2019), Fairfax County Public Schools hosted a meeting for the community at Centreville High School entitled “Community Event on how to Support our Students in a Digital World.” Considering how Elizabeth Schultz showed … Continue reading

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Helmer Highlights Tim Hugo’s Use of Campaign Funds for Personal Expenses

During last night’s League of Women Voters forum for candidates in the 40th House of Delegates district, candidates were asked where they stood on the issue of non-partisan redistricting and both candidates expressed support of the idea. Tim Hugo even … Continue reading

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