Saturday, April 23


I can always count on the WashTimes to keep tabs on the gay agenda's progress. Today, they report on a Va. Supreme Court decision that, surprisingly, overturned an anti-gay lower court ruling. In Friday's decision, the majority agreed with the ACLU and Lambda Legal that the Commonwealth must issue new birth certificates showing a gay couple as parents when a Virginia child is legally adopted by both of them in another state. Could the courts in Va. be coming around?

Not to get too excited, I'm positive the editor's point of this article was simply to bolster the bigot brigade's efforts (thwarted in 2005) to get the General Assembly to change the adoption law to bar gays.

Sunday Update: Like I said, scorekeeping.