Tag Archives: Health

Tolerance for child endangerment? No.

“Tolerance” is one of those mealy-mouth words that gets tossed around, often, it seems, as a strategy for avoiding something that really needs to be said. Let’s just be clear: Some things should never be tolerated. The reckless endangerment of … Continue reading

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Qualifications in the reality-based world

Have you heard this story? It seems that Jennifer Keeton, a young woman studying for a Masters in school counseling at Augusta State University, has found that the profession is not a good fit for her. Under normal circumstances, such … Continue reading

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Clueless

This has got to break some sort of record for stupid. Yesterday, I heard a man equate the sacrifices made by Thomas Beatie so that he and his wife could have children, with the crowd of idiots who trampled a … Continue reading

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What’s the harm? A shorter lifespan for starters

While canvassing a concert in Leesburg, I encountered only two of roughly thirty people who actually supported the Marshall/Newman amendment. The first supporter explained that she would vote yes “for religious reasons.” She felt entitled to impose her personal religious … Continue reading

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GROUPS CALL FOR FAIRFAX COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER’S RESIGNATION

For Immediate Release Friday, Feb. 4, 2005 Equality Fairfax contact: Kelly Schlageter Phone: (571) 241-6342 February 4, 2005 — Today Equality Fairfax, Equality Virginia, the national capital area chapter of the Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network (GLSEN), Parents and Friends … Continue reading

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Equality Loudoun Addresses County BoS Re: Supervisor Delgaudio

The following address to the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors was given by Equality Loudoun president David Weintraub at the January 4, 2005 business meeting. Good morning Chairman York and honorable members of the Board. I’m speaking to you this … Continue reading

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