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  • The Most Feared Man on the Hill? (Barf Alert)

    09/04/2007 8:33:02 AM PDT · by vietvet67 · 25 replies · 1,442+ views
    Washington Post ^ | September 4, 2007 | Jose Antonio Vargas
    Soon, a new name will pop up on Mike Rogers's hit list. Larry Craig wasn't "the first on my list," the gay blogger says. And the Idaho senator, who announced his resignation Saturday, "won't be the last." Rogers, sitting on a club chair in his Northwest Washington apartment, is basking in the attention. For three years now, he's been a feared one-man machine, "outing," he says, nearly three dozen senior political and congressional staffers, White House aides and, most damagingly, Congress members on his blog. On Capitol Hill, a typical phone call from Rogers -- "Are you gay?" he'd ask...
  • GayPatriot Goes Silent

    03/30/2005 11:19:59 AM PST · by finnman69 · 11 replies · 504+ views ^ | 3/28/05 | Christian Grantham
    GayPatriot Goes Silent March 28, 2005 GayPatriot, the anonymous gay Republican blogger, has officially signed off. In a statement, no explanation was given. With GayPatriot's permission, I am now able to recount the real story. On Friday, GayPatriot posted "WANTED: GAY TERRORISTS" in which he identified gay activists and bloggers John Aravosis (Americablog) and Michael Rogers (BlogActive) as terrorists. Wanted for crimes against the gay community. Wanted for repeatedly conducting outing witch hunts against gays who do not believe in radical liberal anti-American ideals. For repeated violations of privacy of gay Americans. For conducting systematic civil liberties attacks on gay...
  • Latest from the leftist blogs – Gannon a gay prostitute, Scott McClellan visits gay bars

    02/14/2005 12:34:36 PM PST · by dead · 70 replies · 5,280+ views
    The Raw Story ^ | some homo | 2/14/2005
    Well, I know it’s goofy leftist rumor-monging, but it will be a story over the next day or two. It’s funny how being gay is peachy keen unless they think they can destroy your life by insinuating that you’re gay.If you care to “bone up” on the latest round of idiocy, enjoy: Reporter with prostitution links and false name got access to Bush; Questions surface on relationship with White House staff Questions fly on Guckert’s relationship with White House RAW STORY The former White House reporter for the conservative website Talon News, who resigned after his links to military escort...
  • New job takes Schrock back to Capitol Hill

    12/18/2004 6:28:02 AM PST · by csvset · 2 replies · 340+ views
    Virginian Pilot ^ | 18 DEC 2004 | Dale Eisman
    New job takes Schrock back to Capitol Hill By DALE EISMAN, The Virginian-Pilot © December 18, 2004 Last updated: 1:03 AM Ed Schrock Background: Schrock back at work on floor of U.S. House WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep. Ed Schrock, who abruptly cut short his career in Congress amid allegations of sexual improprieties, will return to Capitol Hill next month as a congressional aide. Schrock, 63, a two-term Republican from Virginia Beach, has agreed to become staff director of a subcommittee of the House Government Reform Committee, other staffers confirmed Friday. Fellow Virginia Rep. Tom Davis offered Schrock the job. Davis...
  • The OutingDavid Dreier and his straight hypocrisy

    09/22/2004 6:14:26 PM PDT · by · 59 replies · 2,395+ views
    The latest target of a Capitol Hill outing campaign — designed to expose closeted homosexual Republicans who oppose civil rights for gay people — is San Gabriel Valley Congressman David Dreier. The powerful 12-term congressman — chairman of the House Rules Committee, chairman of the California Republican House delegation, co-chairman of Californians for Bush, chairman of Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s transition team — is in the cross hairs of Mike Rogers and his Web site, whose outing campaign has already forced one GOP congressman out of politics. Representative Ed Schrock, a reactionary from Virginia, ended his re-election campaign last month...
  • Virginia GOP Picks Candidate to Replace Congressman(Gay baiting alert)

    09/01/2004 8:12:57 AM PDT · by freepatriot32 · 23 replies · 1,097+ views
    aolnews ^ | 9 1 2004 | BOB LEWIS, AP
    RICHMOND, Va. (Aug. 31) - Republicans selected state Del. Thelma Drake Tuesday to replace U.S. Rep. Edward L. Schrock on the November ballot, a day after he dropped out of the race amid claims that he is gay. The Republican Committee for Schrock's district gathered Tuesday to hastily vote for a nominee who could take on Democrat lawyer David B. Ashe in the Nov. 2 election. Drake, a real estate agent, is a reliable member of the state House's conservative GOP majority. Schrock, 63, a married retired Navy captain who was popular among conservatives, cited unspecified ''allegations'' for his surprise...
  • Blog threat as Schrock quits seat (Blogger Promises More 'Gay Outings')

    09/01/2004 9:35:20 AM PDT · by harrycarey · 32 replies · 1,431+ views
    The Hill ^ | 9/1/04
    Blog threat as Schrock quits seat By Jonathan E. Kaplan The blogger who triggered yesterday’s resignation of Rep. Ed Schrock (R-Va.) by spreading rumors that he is gay promised “there’s more to come.” The gossip first surfaced two weeks ago on a Washington, D.C.-based Web log, or blog, The site links to an audio recording that it claims is Schrock calling into the MegaMates/Megaphone Line, a telephone service that men can use to meet other men. After the GOP push to ban gay marriages, began “outing” political aides and has since targeted lawmakers who voted for legislation on...
  • State Del. Drake chosen to run for Schrock's seat

    08/31/2004 5:08:42 PM PDT · by wagglebee · 34 replies · 1,391+ views
    Pilotonline ^ | 8/31/04 | SONJA BARISIC AND BOB LEWIS
    VIRGINIA BEACH — Republicans reeling from U.S. Rep. Edward L. Schrock's decision not to seek a third term picked a state delegate from Norfolk today to replace him on the Nov. 2 ballot. The Second Congressional District Republican Committee voted by secret ballot to nominate Del. Thelma Drake, a real estate agent, to take on Democrat lawyer David B. Ashe. Schrock, 63, a married retired Navy captain who did two tours of duty in Vietnam and was popular among conservatives, cited unspecified "allegations" for his surprise decision to retire Monday. A Web log has published claims since Aug. 19 that...
  • US House Republicans decry Bush's critics on Iraq

    09/10/2003 12:17:17 PM PDT · by kattracks · 3 replies · 204+ views
    Reuters | 9/10/03 | Vicki Allen
    WASHINGTON, Sept 10 (Reuters) - A group of House of Representatives Republicans said on Wednesday that Democrats criticizing the Bush administration's plan to stabilize Iraq were damaging that effort and endangering U.S. troops. But as administration officials were set to lobby for an $87 billion spending package largely for Iraq, some Republicans questioned whether the State Department should take a larger role in Iraq's reconstruction and whether Baghdad should have to pay back some of the money. Rep. Ed Schrock of Virginia told a news conference that "all the sniping we've been hearing on TV about the president and how...
  • Criticism of Iraq policy seen hurting U.S. troop morale

    07/23/2003 10:44:45 PM PDT · by kattracks · 8 replies · 181+ views
    Washington Times ^ | 7/24/03 | Stephen Dinan and Bill Sammon
    <p>Rep. Mike Pence says he has seen firsthand how the back-and-forth charges in Washington over U.S. policy in Iraq are affecting troop morale there.</p> <p>Mr. Pence, Indiana Republican, visited with Marines at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda this week. He was struck by one injured sergeant's worry that the United States would succumb to criticism and pull its troops out with the job undone.</p>

    07/23/2003 1:13:32 PM PDT · by Action-America · 11 replies · 305+ views
    VIRGINIA TAXPAYERS ASSOCIATIONFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE7/23/03TAXPAYERS SAY ASHCROFT KO'd ON PATRIOT ACT The Virginia Taxpayers Association said today "the stunning 309-118 House vote Tuesday passing an appropriations amendment stripping the USA Patriot Act of one of its most tyrannical provisions was a sharp rebuke to Attorney General John Ashcroft."The House voted to strike a section of the act allowing government agents to secretly search homes of suspects and only inform them later that a warrant had been issued to do so.Ashcroft had defended the sweeping anti-terrorist act Monday, saying that criticisms of it were based on exaggerations and falsehoods."The fact that...