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  • Who Is Randy Jackson?

      Why, he's a father and a Nampa citizen.

      At least, that's how he's been referred to in almost every news story (including this one in the Idaho Statesman) about Jackson's crusade against sexually explicit books in the Nampa Library.

      But, as some bloggers and Jackson himself point out, he's also the director of a Christian activist group called "Youth 4 Revolution."

      Clarifications abound, including some from Jackson, after the jump.

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  • The Joy of Controversy

    Meet the man behind the book--and more
      It was just last month, but the headlines sounded as if they could have come from a bygone age. A group of concerned parents and nonprofit moralizers were protesting the Nampa Public Library, hoping to force the library to remove seven "pornographic" books--most loudly, The Joy of Gay Sex--from its shelves. The groups didn't succeed, but their efforts came as no surprise to Dr. Charles Silverstein, co-author of The Joy of Gay Sex.
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