Monthly Archives: March 2012

Mark Sell: Not really the best spokesman

Submitted without further comment: These types of attacks only take focus away from the issues Loudoun County residents are concerned about, such as education, transportation and taxes. – Loudoun County Republican Committee Chair Mark Sell, in response to a petition … Continue reading

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Pat Nolan’s anti-gay disdain

Pat Nolan, Vice President of Loudoun-based Prison Fellowship Ministries explains why he opposes a prison LGBT liaison. Here is the news brief reported by the web site Crosswalk, emphasis mine. Government Launches Prison LGBT Affirmative Action Plan The Department of Justice … Continue reading

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54/41. That’s the margin by which Maine voters now support full marriage equality according to a new PPP poll. This is the same result obtained in an earlier poll by EqualityMaine. The new poll contains some remarkable information; the margin … Continue reading

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Common sense victories over bullying

There are two items of good news to report today. First, the Anoka-Hennepin School District (discussed in This is what the “Black Brigade” wanted for Loudoun) has reached a settlement described as unprecedented and a model for schools across the … Continue reading

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MPAA is broken

Of course it’s too much for kids to see. It’s also too much for kids to live through, walk through, ride the bus with, and go to school with. That’s why they made the movie. NPR’s Linda Holmes, on the … Continue reading

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Unintended consequences

After the 2003 Goodridge ruling in Massachusetts, certain self-designated “conservatives” had a brilliant political idea: Why not leverage the ignorance and fear of a populace not very well acquainted with the reality of LGBT people to win elections? We’ll scare … Continue reading

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