Monthly Archives: October 2008

I just voted, and so should you

Loudoun residents can vote absentee in person through Saturday, November 1. You do need to give a reason – such as a long commute, or volunteering for a campaign – but election officials are being very lenient. They want as … Continue reading

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Is this what we have come to?

For the love of God. Hat tip: Think Progress It’s a good thing Prager was there to explain the ideals behind the American Revolution. Otherwise, Americans might have relied on “Europeanized” documents like the Declaration of Independence: We hold these … Continue reading

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The conservative case against Prop 8

A sizable number of Republicans have now joined the movement to defeat Prop 8 in California, along with the business community and virtually every newspaper, both large and small, in the state. The only paper so far to editorialize in … Continue reading

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And if this doesn’t work we’re gonna break your knees…

Moral bankruptcy of nearly comic proportions. The Sacramento Bee reports: Leaders of the campaign to outlaw same-sex marriage in California made an offer to businesses that have given money to the state’s largest gay-rights group: Give us money or we’ll … Continue reading

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2008 Northern Virginia GLBT Voter’s Guide

This non-partisan Voter’s Guide presents comprehensive information on the voting records and stated positions on GLBT issues of the candidates in the November 4, 2008 election, including the Presidential, Senate and Congressional races. Be an informed voter, and whatever your … Continue reading

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Isn’t it funny.. those who loathe GLBT people are often the very same folks who loathe Muslim fundamentalists? You would think that they might have some common ground.

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The outcome of the California amendment will determine whether we have to put up with this nonsense for decades to come, or it stops now. The AGI has very deep pockets. They are far outspending the defenders of equality, and … Continue reading

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