ken cuccinelli sodomy

Cuccinelli, a true believer who was willing to go down with his ugly cause, is surely weeping today, watching the commonwealth sink into what he and his radical-right compatriots view as degradation when in fact the state is finally on the path to joining the ranks of those states offering full equality.
Just months after the Supreme Court declined Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli's attempts to reinstate Virginia's anti-sodomy
Virginia is for prudes, according to the state's blue laws. The starkly explicit sodomy law that helped undo gubernatorial would-be Ken Cuccinelli has been struck down.
Oh, right, you thought we covered this in the section on fornication. But in addition to prohibiting any unmarried person
§ 18.2-361. Crimes against nature; penalty. A. If any person carnally knows in any manner any brute animal, or carnally knows
The Democratic Party of Virginia has decided to remove a series of sexually suggestive campaign posters targeting Republican gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli's anti-sodomy stance, the Washington Post reported Tuesday.
Virginia TV station WAVY first reported on the posters when they popped up at Norfolk State University earlier this week
Never in my 79 years, nearly 59 of them married to the only man I have ever known, did I imagine being able to say -- much less write -- this: I am guilty of sodomy. We live in Virginia, and in Virginia, the state's anti-sodomy law is again front and center.
Cuccinelli's anti-gay views have sparked controversy, especially during his run for governor against Democrat Terry McAuliffe
“The notion that because I believe marriage ought to be protected, because I believe life begins at conception -- just like
The site,, calls the state's law an "Anti-Child Predators Law" and claims that 90 "sexual predators
The attorney general had previously tried to persuade the full appeals court to reconsider the panel's decision. The court
McAuliffe made his name as a fundraiser for former President Bill Clinton, and Saslaw said he will have access to more funding
A court has denied Virginia Attorney General and 2013 gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli a full hearing to challenge a ruling that struck down the state's anti-sodomy statute as unconstitutional. HuffPost Associate Politics Editor Luke Johnson joins Abby to share the latest.
Cuccinelli's office said the case was about sexual predators in a statement last week. "This case is not about sexual orientation
The petition, filed on March 26 but reported by the Washington Blade on Wednesday, asks for a full 15-judge court to reconsider