Tag Archives: Hall of Shame

‎Apparently, some in the deceitful showerhead group in Montgomery County are circulating the false rumor – corrected here by Chief of Police J. Thomas Manger – that the county has had four rapes “by men dressing as women and lying … Continue reading

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The first priority of the new School Board: sneer at human rights

The very first action taken by the newly elected Loudoun County School Board was this: Regarding the Virginia Human Rights Act: “I move to amend the Board’s previously adopted Legislative Program by removing the recommendation to expand the protected classifications … Continue reading

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Bob Marshall embarrasses himself again

This morning’s Virginia Politics blog brings us tidings of great desperation. In the wake of the historic vote to repeal DADT, Delegate Bob “Virginia’s Chief Homophobe” Marshall claims to be drafting a bill for the 2011 session that would establish … Continue reading

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An “alternative” US military?

Who knew? The following headline arrived this morning, in the customary breathless manner of the Family Research Council/Focus on the Family/CitizenLink syndicate: Dueling Reports Released on ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’; New CitizenLink Report “Dueling reports”? We’ve been hearing quite a … Continue reading

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The kind of monster our AG would listen to

As noted in the previous post, George “Rentboy” Rekers provided his “expertise” in the Florida case that resulted in the overturning of that state’s odious anti-gay adoption law – the law that was the model for a bill in Virginia … Continue reading

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Missoula, Loudoun, and the politics of pee

The most recent community to prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity is…Missoula, MT. Missoula joins 129 other localities with such ordinances, including our neighbors to the north in Montgomery County, MD. The ordinance, which was … Continue reading

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Could Eugene Delgaudio be removed from office by citizen petition?

Yesterday, someone left a link in comments to a petition to remove Sterling Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio from office. There is a section in the Virginia code, &#167 24.2-233. Removal of elected and certain appointed officers by courts, that provides a … Continue reading

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