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Monthly Archives: April 2006
Update: More on the irony of it all from Pam’s House Blend and Ex-Gay Watch. Why the correct answer to the question, “So, are you two planning a trip to Canada?” is always “Nope, we’re holding out for a covenant … Continue reading
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Which ones are the ‘activist judges,’ again?
Virginia Centrist has a post up about the Ohio court ruling that the Ohio version of the Marshall-Newman amendment prohibits the application of domestic violence law to unmarried people. This immediately elicited comments complaining that this strict constructionist reading of … Continue reading
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Abstraction has its limits
This conversation reminds me of a photograph that was published in the Washington Post during the Massachusetts hearings on marriage equality. Demonstrators had gathered outside the courthouse from both sides of the issue, and were energetically engaged in “dialogue.” One … Continue reading
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When did civil liberties become a partisan issue?
The Arlington County Democratic Committee has overwhelmingly passed a resolution condemning the anti-gay, anti-single people Marshall-Newman amendment, stating in no uncertain terms that this despicable assault on our community belongs in the garbage. Now we have, in the New York … 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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Rev. William Sloane Coffin, 1924-2006
For those unfamiliar with his life and work, there is a fairly comprehensive write up in the LA Times. This is what he had to say about the 2004 United Church of Christ ad that was rejected as “too controversial” … Continue reading
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You just can’t make this stuff up.
Today, a coalition from what can only be called the wacky wing of the anti-gay industry announced a new plan to have “concerned citizens” perform “audits” of our schools for signs of cooperation with our secret agenda (which I confess … Continue reading →