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  • Craig man accused of marrying underage sisters

    05/06/2003 9:51:34 AM PDT · by CholeraJoe · 33 replies · 295+ views
    Helena Independent Record ^ | May 6, 2003 | Carolyn Bright
    A Craig area man authorities believe is a bigamist was charged last week with hiding evidence that would have bolstered their case against him as he awaited sentencing on a charge arising from one of his alleged marital relationships with two then-underage sisters. Thomas Sliwinski, 40, is being held at the Lewis and Clark County Jail on $25,000 bond and faces 10 years in prison and/or a $50,000 fine if convicted of the charge of tampering with or fabricating physical evidence. Sliwinski's sentencing on a charge of criminal endangerment — downgraded from sexual intercourse without consent as part of a...
  • Contact your Senator and Congressman - Support Santorum

    04/25/2003 3:39:38 AM PDT · by Huber · 7 replies · 358+ views
    Family Research Council | April 24, 2003 | Ken Connor
    To: Friends of Family Research Council From: Ken Connor, President Date: April 24, 2003 - Thursday The 'Santorum Shuffle' Call it the "Santorum Shuffle," the frantic two-step prominent Republicans are doing to avoid having to address the issues raised by Sen. Rick Santorum's comments on the Texas anti-sodomy law case. The prancing politicians are dancing all around the controversy. Few have offered any public support for Sen. Santorum or have come to the defense of marriage and family. Liberal Republican Senators Sue Collins of Maine and Lincoln Chafee of Rhode Island have condemned Sen. Santorum's comments, but other GOP leaders...
  • Frist and Specter Defend Santorum

    04/24/2003 6:42:01 AM PDT · by MrLeRoy · 20 replies · 201+ views
    Washington Post ^ | April 24, 2003 | Alan Cooperman
    Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist (R-Tenn.) defended Sen. Rick Santorum yesterday as a "voice for inclusion and compassion" while the White House remained silent on the Pennsylvania Republican's remarks about homosexuality. Frist and Pennsylvania's senior Republican senator, Arlen Specter, rallied to Santorum's side after all of the leading Democratic presidential contenders and congressional leaders condemned him for comparing gay sex to incest, bigamy and polygamy in an interview published Monday by the Associated Press.
  • Sen Santorum's [unedited] comments on homosexuality in AP interview [sodomy, priest scandal]

    04/23/2003 7:21:37 AM PDT · by Notwithstanding · 25 replies · 189+ views
    AP ^ | 4-22-2003 | AP Staff
    AP: OK, without being too gory or graphic, so if somebody is homosexual, you would argue that they should not have sex? SANTORUM: We have laws in states, like the one at the Supreme Court right now, that has sodomy laws and they were there for a purpose. Because, again, I would argue, they undermine the basic tenets of our society and the family. And if the Supreme Court says that you have the right to consensual sex within your home, then you have the right to bigamy, you have the right to polygamy, you have the right to incest,...