Over time various people have contributed their views about when Prince William County began the descent into the sewer that would put someone like Mac Haddow and Pete Candland on the brink of controlling the County. With Haddow in de facto control of the Gainesville, Brentsville and Occoquan seats, he is but one seat away
We don’t know what to say about this. It was sent to us and is completely new to us. We’d never seen it before and never knew it even existed. It’s astounding and deeply troubling. The C. McClain Haddow in this video is none other than Prince William County’s Haddow-Candland cabal leader Mac Haddow .
The weekly Prince William Today reported in its April 29th edition that Prince William County Republican Supervisors Ruth Anderson, Pete Candland, and Jeanine Lawson have been threatening substantial reductions in school funding in response to the School Board’s recent decision to strike the name of a Virginia segregationist from a Neabsco district middle school. Other
As we recently reported, Delegate Rich Anderson (R-51) on March 16, 2016, asserted that Mills E. Godwin, Jr., deserved to be honored with the name of a school because he “navigated a very dark period in American history.” Godwin was an acknowledged leader in Virginia’s “Massive Resistance” movement to the Supreme Court and Federal Government’s
Some of the most emphatic comments we’ve received (not all of which could be printed) concerned remarks made by Delegate Rich Anderson (R-51) at a recent school board meeting where he defended the late segregationist Mills E. Godwin, Jr. People get that many in the Godwin Middle School community were taken aback by the abrupt,
Especially for older African-Americans the scene had to be surreal. They must have thought to themselves, how is it that after long struggle here we are in 2016 listening to people stand up to defend the legacy of a segregationist who opposed integration of Virginia schools. To defend naming of all things, a SCHOOL, after