Tag Archives: Doing the right thing

At what point can we put to rest the soul-killing fantasy that people can or should change who they are in order to please the ignorant? John Smid, yet another long time “ex-gay” spokesman who has recanted, now acknowledges being … Continue reading

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Yes, Virginia, it IS possible to do the right thing

Once again our activist Attorney General has offered his advice to a Virginia agency, only to be politely told “thanks, but no thanks.” From the Washington Post: The board that oversees Virginia’s juvenile correctional facilities agreed Tuesday, for a second … Continue reading

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Congratulations, DC!

Our word for the day is: Arbitrary. If you happen to live on the north side of the Potomac River, we join you on this day in celebration of equality, justice and religious freedom. DC couples started lining up outside … Continue reading

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“Discrimination is wrong, and we need to say so,” no exceptions

SB 66, the state employment nondiscrimination bill, is being heard in subcommittee today at 5:00 pm. Please contact the committee members and let them know that there is no excuse – none – for opposing this. Cosgrove (Chairman), Carrico, Scott, … Continue reading

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Unclear on the concept?

UPDATE: I have just learned that the Montgomery showerheads are continuing their disgusting attacks. Like Mr. Delgaudio, they are guilty of something akin to blood libel. Such people will be held accountable by history. To the left is a handout … Continue reading

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Calling “it” what it is

Another reason to be glad that there is once again an alternative news source in Western Loudoun. Welcome back, Blue Ridge Leader. What did he say? Sounds like members of the County Board- and others in our community- have taken … Continue reading

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This is non-negotiable

The WaPo reporter was there at the January 20 Board of Supervisors meeting (video here), and this story appeared yesterday in the Extra. Loudoun County Supervisor Eugene A. Delgaudio (R-Sterling), a longtime opponent of gay rights, is coming under increased … Continue reading

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