(WB) In a little-noticed development, a federal judge on Sept. 2 sentenced Kenneth P. Gaughan, a gay former assistant superintendent and contracting liaison for the Catholic Archdiocese of Washington, to six years and six months in prison on charges that he fraudulently obtained more than $2.1 million in funds for personal use from two federal COVID relief programs.

With school boards and libraries across Florida acquiescing to angry mobs and eagerly over-complying with the new “Don’t Say Gay” (DSG) law, students are being banned from learning LGBT history, stories, and much more.

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