State dept LGBT speaker: “We don’t want gay marriage; we want no marriage”

Without the media filter: Marriage marchers speak out

The bitter price of divorce

Google bans all pornographic advertisements, applications

Dostoyevsky the prophet: The trial of Dmitri Karamazov and the redefinition of family

Clergyman in same-sex marriage told he can’t conduct services

How the trans-agenda seeks to redefine everything

Is the ‘gay gene’ a myth? Scientists say homosexuality impossible to determine by DNA

Catholic Church leaders express their concerns over Obama’s pending executive order on LGBT employment

What’s wrong is right: A revolution in rationalization

    Public Discourse: Governor Rick Perry of Texas recently made waves when he was asked whether he thought homosexuality is a disorder. He replied that he was not professionally qualified to pronounce on a medical or mental health question, and then added, “Whether or not you feel compelled to follow a particular lifestyle or not, you have the ability to decide not to do that . . . I may have the genetic coding that I’m inclined to be an alcoholic, but I have the desire not to do that, and I look at the homosexual issue the same way.” As you might expect, this answer—which many millions of Americans might honestly have given—caused a bit of a ruckus.


  • Posted: 06/23/2014
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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  • Source: www.thepublicdiscourse.com

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Marchers unite for marriage

Canada: Trans kids referred to as ‘xe’ instead of ‘he’ or ‘she’

Rich Santorum: Traditional marriage advocates ‘need to fight back’

Building a civilization of truth and love; Archbishop Cordileone’s talk at the March for Marriage

Judge rejects bid to appeal same-sex marriage ruling in Pennsylvania

Huckabee: History only has one view of marriage; ‘personal passions’ behind redefinition

Why we march for marriage

Discrimination is healthy and normal – sex confusion is not

Pa. clerk asks 3rd Circuit to put hold on marriage ruling

Polling on marriage: The american people continue to support preserving marriage as the union of one man and one woman

    The Washington Times: It’s become an article of faith in media reporting that there has been a massive shift in public opinion in favor of same-sex ‘marriage.’ Reporters point to a series of surveys that purport to show growing support for this idea. And it’s certainly what those who wish to redefine marriage want people to believe. However, it’s wrong to suggest that the American people have changed their minds, and there is very strong evidence to show that they haven’t. The definition of marriage remains one of the most hotly contested issues in the country.


  • Posted: 06/19/2014
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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  • Source: www.washingtontimes.com

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Biblical marriage is beautiful

The Supreme Court’s other shoe

    The Washington Times: When the Supreme Court ruled last year in United States v. Windsor that Section 3 of the federal Defense of Marriage Act was unconstitutional, it announced that its “opinion and its holding are confined” to those couples “joined in same-sex marriages made lawful by the State.” Because the definition and regulation of marriage has almost exclusively been within the province of the States, the Court noted repeatedly, it violated equal protection for the federal government not to give the same recognition to same-sex marriages sanctioned by a particular state that it gave to heterosexual marriages. On that reasoning, States that choose a different policy judgment about marriage, one that would preserve marriage as an institution between one man and one woman, should remain free to do so.


  • Posted: 06/19/2014
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  • Category: Bench & Bar
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  • Source: www.washingtontimes.com

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The family is the school of love, and parents are the teachers

Attorney: courts overturning marriage laws use ‘raw judicial power’

Polyamorists come out of the closet

Feelings, nothing more than feelings (Conflict and confusion over identity)

Nine things you should know about transgenderism

Will Obama’s executive order protecting LGBT people from employment discrimination respect religious liberty?

Four-way hearing on same-sex marriage

Colo. marriage amendment case: Emotion vs. reason?

Archbishop Cordileone responds to Nancy Pelosi’s assault on March for Marriage

Thomas More files suit to shut down strip club

Proponents of traditional marriage Sam Rohrer, Rick Santorum among speakers at Washington rally

How religious liberty can unite conservatives and libertarians

Nancy Pelosi cites Pope Francis to dissuade San Francisco Archbishop from joining March for Marriage event

Democracy and morality: ancient and modern

Same-sex divorce allowed only in Douglas County

Polygamy and human dignity

Transgender surgery isn’t the solution

You don’t have to be your dad: How to become your family’s transitional character

Four obnoxious things about Terry Gross’ same-sex marriage Hillary Clinton interview

    The Federalist: “Yesterday NPR’s Terry Gross won accolades from the political and media establishments for her interview of Hillary Clinton. And Hillary Clinton was disparaged by the same people for how she handled this interview. And as much as it kind of makes me die inside to say it, Hillary Clinton handled this interview really well — if you’re assuming she wants to run for president of an America that does not uniformly march in lock-step with the folks inhabiting most newsrooms.”


  • Posted: 06/13/2014
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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ADF asks court to uphold Colo. marriage laws

Charges against evangelist arrested for alleged ‘homophobic’ comments dropped

Why we must honor fathers

Walker says his views on same-sex marriage don’t matter

Southern Baptists unanimously affirm Biblical sexuality, oppose ‘transgenderism’

Catholic bishops keep focus on abortion, marriage

Junior high goes condom crazy

Is same-sex marriage destroying the United Methodist Church?

Southern Baptists oppose gender reassignment

ADF asks court to uphold Ariz. marriage laws

The New York Times sneers at religion. Again.

ACLU files proposal of how to implement same-sex marriage in Wisconsin

Danville, Ky. approves same-sex rights ordinance

Same-sex Danish couples win right to marry in any church they choose

One way to end violence against women? Married dads.

AMA says transgender patients don’t need surgery to change birth certificate

Officer says he didn’t refuse pride parade assignment

Hawaii to make middle school sex ed class opt-in

Christian baker sentenced to re-education for opposing same-sex marriage

U.S. law firms flock to same-sex marriage proponents, shun other side

Judge declines to stay marriage ruling, but says she didn’t authorize weddings

Utah police officer suspended for refusing to work at openly lewd ‘gay pride’ parade

New York drops surgery rule for changing sex on birth certificate

GOP panel vote to keep marriage platform clause

Marriage, marketing, and intimidation: “It is up to you, fearless reader, to act.”

Hong Kong refuses to allow same-sex marriage at British consulate

Some clerks deny Wisconsin same-sex couples licenses

Wisconsin same-sex marriage law ruled unconstitutional

The tidal wave of transgenderism

Nine things you should know about surrogacy

Lawsuit challenges North Dakota same-sex marriage legislation