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Don’t Bore Me With Your Conflicts of Interest

In the how-dare-you-question-my-virtue category of political certitude, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Cal.) had a somehow refreshingly honest response
Jul 31, 2020

Don’t Bore Me With Your Conflicts of Interest

Don’t Bore Me With Your Conflicts of Interest

In the how-dare-you-question-my-virtue category of political certitude, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Cal.) had a somehow refreshingly honest response
In the how-dare-you-question-my-virtue category of political certitude, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Cal.) had a somehow refreshingly honest response
Jul 31, 2020

Graham: After Health Care Fight, Conservative Dems Won’t Support Climate Legislation

Graham: After Health Care Fight, Conservative Dems Won’t Support Climate Legislation

Meet Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), the only man in Washington who’s actively working to undermine legislation he’s in the process of writing. Graham’s
Meet Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), the only man in Washington who’s actively working to undermine legislation he’s in the process of writing. Graham’s
Jul 31, 2020

Project SOS leader won’t work with ‘Kill the Gays’ pastor Martin Ssempa in ‘foreseeable future’

Project SOS leader won’t work with ‘Kill the Gays’ pastor Martin Ssempa in ‘foreseeable future’

Responding to a Florida Independent story revealing ties between Project SOS , a federally funded Jacksonville abstinence education program, and Martin Ssempa, a controversial Ugandan pastor who supports a law in that country that prescribes the death penalty for homosexuality, program founder Pam Mullarkey says she wants to “dissociate and distance” herself from “allegations” about Ssempa made by “the US media.” # Mullarkey contacted the Independent via email with this statement: # While I don’t believe the allegations made about Pr. Ssempa, and he has categorically denied them, I wish to dissociate and distance myself from the allegations of genocide, violence against gays which are attributed to Dr.
Responding to a Florida Independent story revealing ties between Project SOS , a federally funded Jacksonville abstinence education program, and Martin Ssempa, a controversial Ugandan pastor who supports a law in that country that prescribes the death penalty for homosexuality, program founder Pam Mullarkey says she wants to “dissociate and distance” herself from “allegations” about Ssempa made by “the US media.” # Mullarkey contacted the Independent via email with this statement: # While I don’t believe the allegations made about Pr. Ssempa, and he has categorically denied them, I wish to dissociate and distance myself from the allegations of genocide, violence against gays which are attributed to Dr.
Jul 31, 2020
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