Federal judge: Ohio must recognize out-of-state same-sex “marriages”

Robert P. George: “It’s going to be uncomfortable to be a Christian”

The suppression of speech on American campuses: Dr. Ken Howell’s story | Cardinal Newman Society

Liberals are using campaign disclosures to intimidate and harass

    Hans von Spakovsky at Heritage: “The resignation of Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich over a personal $1,000 donation he made in 2008 in support of California’s Proposition 8 shows the dark side of campaign disclosure laws and how liberals are using them to intimidate, harass, and bully anyone who disagrees with them on social and cultural issues. The Mozilla staffers and others targeting the company are engaging in the type of intolerance and coercive behavior that they are always accusing others of exhibiting.”

  • Posted: 04/03/2014
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  • Category: Religious Liberty
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  • Source: blog.heritage.org

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Alabama House approves call to put traditional marriage in U.S. Constitution

“Judge OKs transgender inmate’s hormone treatments”

Federal judge rules existing civil rights law includes “sexual orientation discrimination”

Obama administration opens Medicare to same-sex “married” couples

Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich forced to resign for supporting traditional marriage laws

“Legal fight over dead gay man’s estate: his mom, 75, vs. his husband”

Virginia voters vs. one judge: County clerk defending state’s marriage law | OneNewsNow

Tulsa County court clerk defends state right to define marriage |

Lawyers: The purpose of marriage is procreation | AP

Georgia to consider ban on same-sex “marriage”

Judge to hear request to immediately force Indiana to recognize couple’s same-sex “marriage”

Australian High Court orders recognition of “non-specific” gender

Maltese president refuses to sign civil unions, same-sex adoption bill

Mozilla, mo’ problems: Ritual sacrifice in Silicon Valley

Mozilla boss toughs out backlash over opposition to same-sex “marriage”

President Obama to military brass in 2010: Back DADT repeal or resign

Podcast: Byron York and Timothy P. Carney on same-sex “marriage” and religious liberty

Oregon same-sex “marriage” ballot measure backers ask judge to make quick decision

Pro-life, pro-marriage planks pulled from Clark County GOP platform

Same-sex Key West couple files suit against Florida’s marriage amendment

Ypsilanti City Council may ask Michigan to lift stay on same-sex “marriage”

“DOJ trains cops to work with transgender people”

Ed Whelan: Michigan marriage fiasco

County clerk to 4th Circuit: Uphold Va. marriage amendment

Federal judge stays ruling in Va. marriage case Harris v. Rainey

Prof. Regnerus says Michigan judge showed bias in ruling allowing same-sex “marriage”

Neb. committee advances job discrimination bill

The problem with same-sex “marriage” and procreation

La. bill barring housing discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity fails

Boy Scouts of America revoke membership of “openly gay” troop leader

Same-sex divorce filings challenge Indiana’s marriage laws

GOP wrestles with its stance on same-sex “marriage”

Mexico City looks to set the pace in Latin America on same-sex “marriage”

10th Circuit panel selected for Utah marriage case

Quinnipiac poll: 50% of Virginia voters favor same-sex “marriage”

Opponents in Utah, Okla. same-sex “marriage” lawsuits clash over impact on kids

NY appellate court upholds $1.6 million religion- sexual orientation discrimination verdict

Deroy Murdock: “Gay by genes or by choice?”

Defendants: Gay-marriage ruling could allow other unions | The Virginian-Pilot

Backers of Virginia’s marriage laws file briefs in appeal

Ohio couple drops lawsuit over marriage amendment

In UK, state has eviscerated marriage and society must rebuild it

Conservative group claims harm from Missouri same-sex couples filing joint tax returns

“An anti-gay marriage tea party, French style?”

Peter Berger: French movement against same-sex “marriage” focuses on rights of children

Evangelical leader shows how GOP can finesse same-sex “marriage”

Justice Department: Federal gov’t will recognize Michigan same-sex “marriages”

Mozilla’s new CEO faces calls to resign over Prop 8 donation

    Ars Technica: “The internal response began this morning with two tweets from Mozilla Open Badges project lead Chris McAvoy. ‘I love @mozilla but I’m disappointed this week,’ McAvoy said, referring to the controversial decision to appoint Eich as CEO after he had donated thousands to both California’s Proposition 8 and political candidates who supported it.”

  • Posted: 03/28/2014
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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  • Source: arstechnica.com

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Same-sex couple married in Mass. will argue for a divorce in Florida

Michigan Congressional Democrats seek federal recognition of same-sex “marriages”

Australian same-sex couples can “marry” in UK consulates from June

Same-sex couple “married” in Iowa asks Nebraska court to allow divorce

Legislator files proposed amendment to allow same-sex “marriage” in Missouri

Austin Ruse: What makes a hate group according to the SPLC?

Maryland approves legislation to “protect transgender rights”

9th Circuit could reconsider whether “anti-gay” laws get more closely scrutinized by courts

Andrew Walker: World Vision and Biblical witness

    Andrew Walker at First Things: “Of all the back-and-forth that came from the World Vision imbroglio this week, there’s at least one other reason to be encouraged about their reversing course, aside from their board taking the necessary steps to correct a gravely wrong error. World Vision says something about evangelical identity. . . . Leaving aside the (valid) criticisms of para-church ministry structure and its lack of ecclesiological grounding, World Vision’s decision to reverse course from a patently unbiblical and patently unhistorical position, demonstrates that evangelicalism has boundary markers.”

  • Posted: 03/27/2014
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  • Category: Miscellaneous
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  • Source: www.firstthings.com

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Attorney sues for Puerto Rican recognition of Mass. same-sex “marriage”

Michigan won’t recognize same-sex “marriages”

World Vision reverses decision to hire Christians in same-sex “marriages”

Stanford marriage conference protested by LGBT students | Catholic San Francisco

Joseph La Rue: Understanding the impact of state religious freedom laws

Michigan AG: Defending traditional marriage is defending the state constitution

Thomas Berg: A substantial breakdown of consensus on RFRAs

6th Circuit panel extends freeze on Michigan same-sex “marriages”

Australia: “Parents group offended by religion teacher’s blog criticising gays”

Kevin D. Williamson on the right not to be implicated in liberal social preferences

Baton Rouge’s definition of “family” weighed by Louisiana Supreme Court

    Diana Samuels at The Times-Picayune: “The ordinance says that only a ‘single family’ may rent homes in A-1 zoning districts, the most common residential designation in Baton Rouge. The law defines family as ‘an individual or two or more persons who are related by blood, marriage or legal adoption.’ It restricts more than two unrelated people from renting a home together, and, if the owner of the property lives in the home, prohibits more than four unrelated people from living there. . . . It raises questions, for example, about the effect on gay and lesbian residents. A gay couple with a foster child wouldn’t be allowed to rent a home together under the law.”

  • Posted: 03/25/2014
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  • Category: Marriage & Family

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Supreme showdown in religious freedom battle | WND

“Biden links Russia’s anti-gay laws to incursion into Ukraine”

R. R. Reno on the real marriage inequality — between rich and poor

    R. R. Reno at First Things: “In sum: in America today the rich have the money and the social capital. They’ve got all the good jobs and the stable marriages that allow them to pass on those advantages to their children. This inequality is so extreme, that even the poor people who get and stay married are getting ground down. Sixty-five percent of rich white Americans self-report that they have happy marriages. Slightly more than 30 percent of poor Americans say the same. Again, that reflects a stark divergence as compared to earlier decades—another growing inequality.”

  • Posted: 03/24/2014
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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  • Source: www.firstthings.com

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