Month: June 2016

Candland Tries to Stick It to the Taxpayer, but Stewart Levels the Playing Field

When we posted on June 23rd about Maureen Caddigan’s calm courage during Gainesville Supervisor Pete Candland’s latest tantrum, we mentioned that there was so much to the approximately 45 minutes of BOCS discussion on FOIA costs that it couldn’t be covered in one post. (For those who want to see a video of the entire

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More Than Meets the Eye . . . Thank You Sheriff

We read in InsideNova that the School Board voted 7-0 on Wednesday evening to remove the “hold” on the contract of Patriot High School Principal, Michael Bishop. That seems like a reasonable outcome to us. Other than what we read in the newspapers and on some Facebook pages of Bishop supporters, we don’t know anything

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Haddow-Candland Cabal Subjecting the PWCS to Legal Liability?

Over the weekend one of those poorly-considered Facebook moments, exacerbated by the subsequent actions of a School Board member, may have exposed the Prince William County School system to potentially significant legal liability. From what we’ve been able to piece together, it looks like a member of the Haddow-Candland cabal on the Prince William County

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Pete Candland’s Mac Haddow . . . and the Chantilly Youth Association

We’ve said before that we have trouble keeping up with all the materials people send us. It’s time consuming to review them and see if the assertions people make are consistent with what the documents show. But our readership appears to have grown exponentially. So much so, in fact, that it might be fair to

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Contest: Guess How Big a Check Pete Candland Needs to Write

It was predictable. Facts are irrelevant to them and so they simply couldn’t resist. As you’ll recall, the Muckraker reported some time ago on the war of words between the School Board Chair, Ryan Sawyers, and Gainesville Supervisor Pete Candland. After the former pointed out that Candland was focusing on small percentage items in the

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