Tag: Ryan Sawyers

Jeanine Lawson and Recallers Bungle Again

For a long time now we’ve been receiving submissions from a couple of contributors and some anonymous writers about the antics surrounding a recall effort directed at School Board Chairman, Ryan Sawyers. We rejected prior submissions since they were covered by regular media or were of no import. Today, however, a submission arrived that was

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Anti-Defamation League (ADL) Supports Chairman Sawyers’ LGBT Protections

According to their web site, the “Anti-Defamation League was founded in 1913 ‘to stop the defamation of the Jewish people and to secure just and fair treatment to all.’ Now the nation’s premier civil rights/human rights agency, ADL fights anti-Semitism and all forms of bigotry, defends democratic ideals and protects civil rights for all.”

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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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Are Candland and Lawson Afraid of Sawyers?

Are Gainesville Supervisor Pete Candland and Brentsville Supervisor Jeanine Lawson intimidated by School Board Chair, Ryan Sawyers? Why do we ask? Sawyers has been meeting with individual supervisors to discuss the Prince William County Schools budget, which as many of our readers probably know, was unanimously approved by the School Board, 8-0, but is dependent

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Pete Candland Throws a Temper Tantrum

Many people who’ve sent a critical email to Gainesville Supervisor Pete Candland have probably had this experience. What you get back is a long-winded written temper tantrum from Candland, who comes across as some elementary school kid who can’t accept anyone ever telling him that just maybe he’s done something wrong. Then, depending on the

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Mills E. Godwin, Jr. “Navigating”

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

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