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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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A sci-fi version of “tolerance”

With the recent Supreme Court ruling, the gay marriage issue becomes moot. The Full Faith and Credit clause of the Constitution will, sooner or later, give legal force in every state to any marriage contract recognized by any other state. … Continue reading

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Worst argument ever

Marriage should be limited to unions of a man and a woman because they alone can “produce unplanned and unintended offspring,” opponents of gay marriage have told the Supreme Court. By contrast, when same-sex couples decide to have children, “substantial … Continue reading

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The Bobby Marshall temper tantrum continues..

Oh boy. Wanna-be attorney* Bob Marshall is now doubling down and lecturing the governor in an email. Of course the Attention Seeking One had to release his personal email publicly in order to avoid the dreadful fate of being ignored: … Continue reading

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Purcellville Gazette, June 8 I wish to thank columnist John Flannery (June 1) for calling attention to the recent mischief of two embarrassing Loudoun County public officials. Mr. Delgaudio is dismissible on the grounds that he even regards himself as … Continue reading

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In a landmark ruling, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has just upheld the lower court ruling by Vaughn Walker that the voter initiative to deny same sex couples in California the right to marry violates the Constitution. By using … Continue reading

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Frank Wolf, wrong side of history

Correction below: The New Republic is most definitely not The National Review. I was thinking of an entirely different article. My mistake. Frank Wolf thinks that the Justice Department should still be defending Section 3 of DOMA in court: “Congress … Continue reading

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