Conservatives Renew Political Charges Against Holder, DOJ

Civil union bill clears Del. Senate panel

“Conservative Group Plans Holder Attack”

“Same-sex marriages give polygamy a legal boost”

Indiana Vote On Marriage Inequality Amendment Delayed A Week

Q&A: What Obama’s DOMA decision means & why it is significant

Obama won’t fight for marriage defence law

Is DOMA really dead?

Pro-family groups: Obama disregarding duty to defend federal law

World Magazine: “Optional: a president who upholds the law”

Conservatives: Obama Disregarded His Duty with DOMA

Obama, Holder contend homosexuality ‘immutable’

World Mag: No more defense

GLAD Lawyer Expects Members Of Congress To Defend DOMA In Court

Obama Fails to Defend Traditional Marriage

Q&A: What Obama’s DOMA decision means & why it is significant

“Not going to defend marriage”

Better DOMA defense to come

U.S. will no longer defend Defense of Marriage Act in court

ADF statement in response to DOJ letter on Defense of Marriage Act

Rhode Island Marriage Debate Brings Out The Usual Suspects

“‘It’s not like they’re from outer space’: Testimony on same-sex marriage in Maryland”

R.I. same-sex marriage debate on 3 fronts Wednesday

Maryland same-sex marriage bill debated

Washington Post: “Same-sex marriage has good chance of approval, Maryland Senate leader says”

    Washington Post: Tuesday’s hearing grew combative at several points, particularly during testimony by Austin R. Nimocks, senior legal counsel for the Alliance Defense Fund, a national organization that seeks to defend “religious freedom.” Nimocks argued that government should keep marriage between a man and a woman as an incentive to foster “responsible procreation.” “Men and women still comprise the two great halves of humanity,” Nimocks said. “It matters that a child has a mom and a dad.” . . . In response to questioning by senators, Nimocks acknowledged that children of some same-sex couples could be better off than children of some heterosexual couples. But he said research has shown that in most cases, the best situation for a child is “a low-conflict marriage” between a man and a woman.


  • Posted: 02/09/2011
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  • Category: ADF in the News
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MD: “Hundreds crowd Senate for hearing on same-sex marriage”

IN: “Gay-marriage ban clears House panel”

Wyo. House passes bill against same-sex “marriages”

US Supreme Court declines appeal on right to vote

Supreme Court rejects appeal to allow DC residents right to vote on marriage

Voters silenced: Sup. Court lets stand D.C. “gay marriage” ruling

Wyoming: Definition of marriage bill passes 1st hurdle in House

Will British Columbia legalize polygamy?

Will British Columbia legalize polygamy despite proven harms to women, children, society?

“Gay marriage backers, opponents argue in federal court”

DC voters petition Supreme Court

Group Takes D.C. Marriage Battle to Supreme Court

ADF, Stand4MarriageDC appeal marriage initiative case to U.S. Supreme Court

African American pastors warn against repeal of DADT

Tony Perkins and African American pastors from five states to hold news conference on eve of DADT vote

Another issue emerges in CA’s “gay marriage” case

Heritage Foundation Prop 8 ruling round up – more experts find Walker’s opinion unpersuasive

Same-sex weddings on hold, motions filed

Austin R. Nimocks: Federal court declares most Americans a bunch of bigots

Prop 8 judge could hold off longer on enforcing decision

ADF attorneys on radio just before and after the Cal. Prop. 8 marriage ruling

“Judge strikes down Proposition 8, allows gay marriage in California”

“Judge strikes down Calif. gay marriage ban”

“Judge strikes down Prop. 8, allows gay marriage in California”

“U.S. judge strikes down state’s gay marriage ban”

NJ Supreme Court rejects demand to redefine marriage . . . for now

“D.C. marriage victory: Supreme Court and Congress still loom”

“DC upholds same sex marriage”

DC Conservatives take next step to ensure their right to vote on “gay marriage”

DC conservatives to take marriage to high court

“Same-sex marriage in District narrowly upheld by D.C. Court of Appeals”

Split court: DC citizens can’t vote on marriage

“DC’s gay marriage law survives court challenge”

“Court Strikes Challenge to D.C. Gay-Marriage Law”

ADF vows to continue fight against attempts of judges to radically redefine marriage at state and federal level

The real “L” word — laboratory

    ADF Attorney Austin R. Nimocks writing at The Christian Post’s Advancing Religious Liberty blog: “‘I felt like, being a part of this project, that the message was really greater than my relationship is.’ These are the words of Nikki, one of the star characters of Showtime’s new series, The Real L Word, and she is 100 percent correct in her sentiments. While seeking to glorify homosexual behavior and same-sex relationships, The Real L Word provides a behind-the-scenes glimpse into today’s equivalent of Dr. Frankenstein’s laboratory. The monster being created? Making our children virtual lab rats through the intentional creation of more and more fatherless families. That’s a message that is quite disturbing. … [T]hese very young kids, when they need a father figure the most, will be subjected to their mother’s new same-sex partner who, as part of her rationale for participating in the show, wants to ‘break stereotypes . . . The bottom line is this–heterosexual sex makes babies, society needs babies, and babies need their mothers and fathers.’”


  • Posted: 06/24/2010
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  • Category: ADF in the News
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  • Source: www.christianpost.com

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Obama’s Father’s Day Proclamation highlights homosexual debate

Austin Nimocks on KRON-4: Perry v. Schwarzenegger

Final Prop. 8 arguments heard

“Judge to take weeks to rule on gay marriage”