Alliance Defending Freedom: It’s days away: The Supreme Court’s marriage decision is expected to come down on June 29.
The origin of the California Marriage Cases extends all the way back to February 2004, when Gavin Newsome, mayor of San Francisco, authorized county clerks to begin issuing “marriage” licenses to same-sex couples.
“. . . an expanded contemporary version of the classical liberal education best achieves that worthy purpose, because it includes robust discussion regarding (rather than indoctrination in) the religious beliefs and systems that give the context necessary for accurate understanding of many of the great ideas and works of literature, politics, philosophy, the arts, and more . . . ”
By Chris Stovall WorldNet Daily features this article today, in which constitutional attorneys including Herb Titus, Scott Fitzgibbon and others comment on whether Mitt Romney, when governor of Massachusetts, could legitimately have refused to implement statewide same-sex “marriage” in the wake …
ADF President Alan Sears explains in this commentary on StandardNet. See also, this earlier post by ADF Attorney Chris Stovall discussing recent Utah Supreme Court and Washington Supreme Court decisions on “psychological parenting.”
So let me get this straight. It constitutes a grave violation of the First Amendment to name a multi-week public school break using the name of a holiday historically celebrated by the vast majority of the students for two days during that period.