“Illinois Needs Money, Legalize Gay Marriage”

“Bottum’s Up on Same Sex Marriage” | Jennifer Roback Morse at Christian Post

Activists rally as Minn. lawmakers consider redefining marriage

“Mark Regnerus, University Of Texas Professor, Wades Further Into Gay Marriage Debate” | American Independent via Huffington Post

Big Government Should Not Redefine Marriage | Ryan Anderson at Double Think

Jennifer Roback Morse: Privatizing Marriage Will Expand the Role of the State

John W. Whitehead: “Dawn of the Drones: The Realization of the Total Surveillance State”

    The Rutherford Institute: Congress has just passed a bill, the FAA Reauthorization Act, mandating that the Federal Aviation Administration create a comprehensive program for the integration of drone technology into the national air space by 2015. The FAA predicts that there will be 30,000 drones crisscrossing the skies of America by 2020, all part of an industry that could be worth hundreds of millions of dollars per year.


  • Posted: 02/14/2012
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  • Category: Miscellaneous
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Video: Washington Senate Panel Hearing on SB 6239: What is Marriage?

Open marriage? A terrible idea for kids

Video – Detaching biology from marriage and parenthood: Washington State House Judiciary

Virginia groups may sue over state adoption decision

Supreme Court Declines Review of School Vaccine, Religious-Flier Cases

Jennifer Roback Morse to RI House Judiciary: The thin disguise of marriage equality will not atone for the wrong done to future generations

Ruth Institute launches contest to promote positive views of lifelong marriage

Jennifer Roback Morse: Reclaiming the rainbow

Book review of “When Gay People Get Married”

Despite detrimental redefinitions, economist remains optimistic about future of marriage

“What If Joey Has Two Daddies?”?

Academic Freedom File interview with Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse

Jennifer Roback Morse: The Prop 8 trial and the new theory of politics

    Jennifer Roback Morse writing at the Ruth Institute Blog: “[T]he original (and real) Civil Rights movement succeeded because people were really persuaded that race is an irrelevant characteristic for full participation in the political, economic and civic life of the nation. By contrast, no one can seriously maintain that marriage is a necessary condition for participation in civic life, or that an unmarried person is a second class citizen in any meaningful sense. No one can believe that individuals with same sex attraction are unable to participate in the economic, political and civic life of this country, with or without the redefinition of marriage. The vast majority of Americans are persuaded that sex is in fact relevant to marriage and its purposes. They believe that marriage without gender or sex is an institution without purpose or meaning. This is why so many people are reluctant to strip sexual differentiation from the legal institution of marriage. The American public is persuaded that the demands of fairness and decency are satisfied by legal provisions that solve the practical problems same sex couple may face.”


  • Posted: 01/13/2010
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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