Monthly Archives: August 2008

When you care enough to send the very best

Sometimes these things practically write themselves. Here’s an idea: We can all send Hallmark thank-you cards to McDonald’s. Most states don’t recognize gay marriage — but now Hallmark does. The nation’s largest greeting card company is rolling out same-sex wedding … Continue reading

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More “Constitution Party” fun

Incredibly, there’s more to report about the so-called “Constitution Party.” It seems that the nearly illiterate smearmonger Jerome Corsi (“It’s got nearly 700 footnotes in it. The book’s still very easy to read…A great number of the references and the … Continue reading

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The Anti-Constitution Party?

Speaking of being outside the mainstream, here’s one more letter to the editor for our Hall of Shame. There’s nothing particularly interesting or fresh about it. It repeats the same old threadbare canards we’ve been tolerating for years (“if you … Continue reading

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I’m lovin’ it

McDonald’s does it again, sputters the action alert headline from the American Family Association’s Don Wildmon. What is it this time, you ask? Well, apparently McDonald’s sponsored and purchased a half-page ad in the program for a 2007 Summit on … Continue reading

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A new Loudoun County Republican Committee?

Russell Muños, Vice President of Equality Loudoun and member of the Log Cabin Republicans of Virginia, and Jonathan Weintraub, Equality Loudoun co-founder and board member, attended the recent Loudoun County Republican Committee (LCRC) ice cream social at the Lansdowne Potomac … Continue reading

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Magic 8

The notes taken by an apparent infiltrator on the July 30 conference call between anti-marriage pastors and leaders of the anti-gay right include this action plan for campaigning against California’s Prop 8: The campaign’s volunteer recruitment is built around an … Continue reading

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Way to go!

We couldn’t have asked for a better accompaniment to our letter (see below the fold) this week to the Purcellville Gazette, thanking the editors for publishing “A Boycott,” the letter by young “William A.” We conclude by saying that if … Continue reading

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