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I appreciate what Fritz Metzinger is trying to do when he asks us to "Beware the Paterno witch-hunt" (Nov. 10) - scandals have a habit of spinning out of control, and we should be wary of easy targets for the public's anger. But the situation at Penn State is more than a scandal - it's a failure of a community obligation to protect its most vulnerable members.
THE MARSHALL-NEWMAN Amendment, which will appear on Virginia ballots for the Nov. 7 election, defines marriage as "a union between one man and one woman." A careful look at the complete amendment text, however, reveals that it does significantly more than this. The proposed amendment is deeply reprehensible for its attempt to write inequality into our state constitution, but the language used is also overly broad, such that the amendment would have an impact reaching far beyond what are traditionally seen as gay rights issues. This is about civil rights. It's also about common sense.
Lupe Fiasco's "Kick, Push" doesn't exactly fit in with mainstream sensibilities.The song's catchy, old-school production and its subject matter -
For fans of The Mars Volta, 2005's Francis the Mute was a mixed blessing. The band continued its exploration of experimental progressive rock, building upon and expanding the frantic energy of their first full-length, 2003's De-Loused in the Comatorium. They made the most of their Hispanic heritage through the inclusion of Latin rhythms and Spanish language vocals. The absence of a counterbalance to the band's musical meanderings, however, led to an indulgent and sprawling album with little coherency and even less structure.