Tag Archives: Law enforcement

Why does Ken Cuccinelli want to leave Virginia children vulnerable to sexual abuse?

In 2003, as surely everyone knows, Virginia’s archaic and nearly universally ignored “Crimes Against Nature” law was rendered unconstitutional by the Supreme Court in Lawrence v Texas. Because it is unconstitutional, because it is a blanket prohibition of oral and … Continue reading

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You lose, Mr. Marshall

The Virginia Supreme Court ruling on the Miller-Jenkins custody case was announced Friday morning. The unanimous decision upholds the right of Janet Jenkins to be part of her daughter’s life, as was originally determined by the Vermont court with jurisdiction … Continue reading

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Mike George: The essence of police work, information from the community

This is the third in our series of interviews with the candidates for Loudoun County Sheriff. For the previous interviews and background, see: Greg Ahlemann talks about his tattoo, hate crimes, community policing and more Sheriff Steve Simpson: “I’m concerned … Continue reading

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Sheriff Steve Simpson: “I’m concerned about the message that comes out of this office.”

This is the second of three interviews Equality Loudoun is conducting with the candidates for Loudoun County Sheriff. The first interview, with Republican Greg Ahlemann, came about because of a rumor about his tattoo that was posted here in a … Continue reading

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Greg Ahlemann talks about his tattoo, hate crimes, community policing and more

We arranged the following interview (below the fold) with Republican candidate for Sheriff Greg Ahlemann after he requested that we correct the record regarding a pseudonymous comment made on our blog. The comment, to this post about one of the … Continue reading

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Massive resistance

This error in judgment will end up, as it should, causing embarrassment to those responsible and those who are making excuses for them. Leesburg Today April 16, 2007 By Martha S. Baine, Waterford I have written to Gov. Tim Kaine … Continue reading

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Dereliction of duty?

There is much to say about the Soulforce Equality Ride visit to Patrick Henry College, and it will all be said in time. One thing, however, merits some immediate and thoughtful questioning. It was impossible for anyone to miss the … Continue reading

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