- “When children have married parents” | Equality Loudoun Archive, 2003-2013 on GOP FAIL
- So the people voted | Equality Loudoun Archive, 2003-2013 on 54/41
- The facts of life | Equality Loudoun Archive, 2003-2013 on CWA ladies caught in another lie
- Phillips campaign falsely attributes statement to Equality Loudoun | Equality Loudoun Archive, 2003-2013 on CWA ladies caught in another lie
- Sorry for your discomfort | Equality Loudoun Archive, 2003-2013 on CWA ladies caught in another lie
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Monthly Archives: August 2007
Ex-Ex-Gay speaker at PFLAG
This should be an interesting program. If anyone from Loudoun is interested in carpooling, let us know at email@example.com “Can Someone Become Ex-Gay?” Come hear Chris Camp, an Ex-Ex-Gay, who’s been there and back. PFLAG Columbia-Howard County Announces the September … Continue reading
Posted in Events Tagged Ex-gay movement, PFLAG Comments Off on Ex-Ex-Gay speaker at PFLAG
Of all the people to let off the hook..
How does the New York Times manage to get it so horribly wrong? Hat tip to Melanie at Just a Bump in the Beltway, who notes that “Steve Benen catches things everybody else misses.” And it’s a very good thing … Continue reading
Posted in Commentary Tagged Barack Obama, Hate groups, Phelps 1 Comment
Lest we forget
Best. Quote. Ever. On the ill-advised and cruel conspiracy to interfere with Gay/Straight Alliances, and its attendant repulsive rhetoric: I don’t think there are “groups in state-supported schools who define themselves by what they do with their genitals.” I think … Continue reading
Posted in Observation Tagged Gay-Straight Alliance, Hate groups 2 Comments
Southwick? I don’t think so.
Say it to your Senators. The usual AGI suspects are all in a lather about the confirmation hearings of Leslie H. Southwick for the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. Such very reputable and temperate sources as the Traditional Values Coalition … Continue reading
Posted in Commentary Tagged Anti-gay industry, Law 1 Comment
Who really wants to make public policy, Lynn Chapman…or Susie Chapman?
Loudoun Insider over at Too Conservative has taken the ironic position that candidates’ family members should be generally off-limits to scrutiny. This seems like a good guideline. But what should happen when a candidate’s spouse has been more involved in … Continue reading →