Monthly Archives: June 2007

Phillips campaign continues misrepresentation

Hilariously, the Patricia Phillips for Senate campaign has updated its website with an item entitled “Setting the Record Straight.” As you can see, Phillips continues to erroneously refer to a 2005 Loudoun Times-Mirror editorial as an “Equality Loudoun article in … Continue reading

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Speaking of speech

In the hate crimes bill comments, Jack has posted a link to a Townhall page about a freedom of speech case, Good News Employee Association vs. Hicks. This appears to be an unlawful suppression of unpopular speech. As I said … Continue reading

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Great moments in research and development

Yes, this actually happened. Edward Hammond, of Berkeley’s Sunshine Project, had used the Freedom of Information Act to obtain a copy of the proposal from the Air Force’s Wright Laboratory in Dayton, Ohio. As part of a military effort to … Continue reading

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Help the Senate do the right thing

As Bwana observes today, “the path to enlightenment runs through the comics section of the local paper.” Indeed, this (thank you Darrin Bell) is a perfectly pitched imitation of the real AGI in their frenzy over the Hate Crimes Bill, … Continue reading

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Redefining “neutrality”

Update: The Board voted 6-1 to adopt the new curriculum with the provision recommended by Superintendent Weast, discussed below. Congratulations to Teach the Facts for all their hard work and perseverance. A well-deserved victory for the kids. The Montgomery County … Continue reading

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We must be winning – Part 1

“First they ignore you, then they ridicule you, then they fight you, then you win.” — Mahatma Gandhi We must be winning. We’re being “stalked” by a professional writer from Focus on The Family (FOtF). Apparently, FOtF recently alerted its … Continue reading

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