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In a previous post, I made note that I was unable to locate any clothes sold at Kohl’s at the Bayshore Mall which were made in the U.S. Subsequently I noted that handmade socks are sold at the Coop – good quality but a little pricey.
Well, today I needed some socks so I walked over to the Boot Leg, and to my amazement I found that they sell three brands of men’s socks – all made in the U.S., and even one brand which notes that the materials from which they are made were also generated in the U.S. And I didn’t notice a huge price difference.
That’s a quote that California students may actually learn, as anti-gay activists failed to raise enough signatures to put a repeal of gay and lesbian history requirements on the ballot. That isn’t stopping them from whining and threatening however.
The effort had been headed up by the Pacific Justice Institute , not to be confused with the local Pacific Justice Center nor the libertarian Pacific Legal Foundation which has come to the aid of local developers with mixed success.
The Courage Campaign will maintain its lawsuit against the anti-gay group in which they claim that the group was misleading the voters signing the petitions by claiming their petition would crack down on child molesters and murderers.