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A new Loudoun County Republican Committee?

Russell Muños, Vice President of Equality Loudoun and member of the Log Cabin Republicans of Virginia, and Jonathan Weintraub, Equality Loudoun co-founder and board member, attended the recent Loudoun County Republican Committee (LCRC) ice cream social at the Lansdowne Potomac … Continue reading

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Delgaudio threatening constituents?

For those of you who may live in or travel through Sterling Park, and are wondering “who are these people with Eugene Delgaudio signs in their yards,” this is absolutely priceless. A full time job that consists of lying about … Continue reading

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Where were the Republicans?

Leesburg Today September 26, 2007 By Russell Muños Vice President, Equality Loudoun Because the illegal immigration issue in Loudoun County has evolved into drama-based politics, I thought I would, well, try and get some facts on the subject by attending … Continue reading

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General Assembly wrap-up

The 2007 GA session marked the first time that positive, pro-active bills outweighed legislative attacks on our community. Interestingly, the defeat of most of the positive legislation reveals the weak, flabby underbelly of the anti-gay lobby, created by their own … Continue reading

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Lobby Day roundup

First of all, you must read this editorial by Leonard Pitts, Jr.: Why defense of gays matters. On the off chance that we have readers who don’t yet understand that the grassroots movement for equality is not driven just by … Continue reading

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Open thread – election day stories

UPDATE: There’s quite a bit of huffing and puffing over at NoVA Townhall, as the use of children in the anti-family amendment campaign is subjected to critical scrutiny. This appears to have been quite widespread. I don’t at all think … Continue reading

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How not to teach sexual responsibility

First of all, don’t pretend that everyone in the world is heterosexual. Since high school students are well aware that this isn’t the case, it’s a good way to lose credibility. Loudoun County High School yesterday had a mandatory assembly … Continue reading

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