Tag Archives: Letters

Not So Simple

Loudoun Connection September 27 By David Weintraub President, Equality Loudoun Thank you to Erika Jacobson for her sensitive article about The Cypress Project, the foundation formed to help those targeted by anti-gay hate crimes in the wake of the attack … Continue reading

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Doesn’t Save Marriage

Loudoun Connection September 20, 2006 By Tim Buchholz, Ashburn Susie Chapman, in her letter of Aug. 30, seems to believe that voting for the so-called “marriage amendment” will do something to “protect marriage” and magically create more families in which … Continue reading

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What’s the rush?

Leesburg Today September 19, 2006 By Thom Beres, Col., USAF, Retired, Cascades This whole marriage amendment discussion makes me very suspicious. On the one hand, it is supposedly so urgent that it had to be put on the ballot right … Continue reading

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Marriage Amendment Would Expand Law’s Reach

Loudoun Observer August 18, 2006 By Robert Pierce, Sterling I was one of the over 100 citizens to attend the NoVA Town Hall meeting with Attorney General Bob McDonnell in Sterling Aug. 1. I, like many others, attended because I … Continue reading

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Open letter to representatives, Aldie hate crime

The following is an open letter sent to Loudoun County elected representatives, published in local newspapers the first week of August, 2006. Most of you by now will have heard from the Sheriff’s Office about the horrific anti-gay hate crime … Continue reading

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Thoughts of some fellow Virginians

Came across some letters to the editor from the Daily Press in Hampton Roads about their series on the local gay community. I especially like the first one, it made me laugh: After reading the May 13 article, “Gay-marriage ban … Continue reading

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Constitution not meant for discrimination

Culpeper Star-Exponent April 15, 2006 By Tully Satre, Culpeper The 2006 General Assembly session sent a message to Virginia that the majority in our legislature want to step back in time. Issues of basic civil liberties joined transportation at the … Continue reading

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