Obama claims Constitution ‘guarantees same-sex marriage in all fifty states’

Judge dismisses lawsuits over IRS tax-exempt controversy

Evangelicals road test 2016 strategy

Liberals most likely to defriend you on Facebook

How should pastors deal with politics in the pulpit?

The intensity gap: Can a pro-life platform win elections?

President Obama evolves on marriage. Again.

Abortion champion Wendy Davis sells baby onesies

Wendy Davis supporters try to suggest Greg Abbott is against interracial marriage, but …

Bishop encourages voters to write in Mother Teresa to show their pro-life stance

No, Democrats haven’t won the culture war

The culture wars – have we lost?

Huckabee: If GOP abandons opposition to same-sex marriage, ‘I’m Gone’

Rand Paul and Plan B, again

You can’t change anything from your living room

Want to be radical? Invite a conservative to your college

The American family is making a comeback

Rand Paul: ‘I am not opposed to birth control’

Congressman tells pro-life conference: I was almost a victim of abortion

A pessimistic case for hope

The problem of neutral rhetoric

Shocking poll: Americans want more religion in politics

The lost art of political persuasion

Religion loses clout: Why many say that’s a bad thing

Forgetting stem-cell history

District judge finds Ohio’s prohibition of campaign falsehoods violates First Amendment

Why Sweden’s election matters for American conservatives

Building legacy, Obama reshapes appellate bench

Pro-life group wins as judge strikes radical law prohibiting pro-life free speech

Americans link violence with Muslims, but Obama says ISIL is not Islam

Ohio law banning campaign lies is struck down

Federal judge rejects Ohio campaign statements law

Federal court strikes down Ohio ‘truth commission’ law

After 4 year court battle, judge strikes down Ohio law

Political sermons in American history

Christian Right not responsible for people leaving church, study finds

Religion and same-sex marriage debates take center stage in Brazil elections

Why do many pro-life Catholics vote democrat?

Pro-life groups use ‘war on women’ to target vulnerable Democrats

Beyond Obamacare, it’s time to take on the great society

Religious freedom nominee’s record prompts worry

Marco Rubio: Intolerance in the name of tolerance is hypocrisy

So far, the media is failing on covering Democrats’ falsehoods about contraception mandates

Like Cleveland, Mitt Romney may be on a comeback

There used to be bipartisan support for religious freedom. What happened?

Why same-sex couples divorce more than straight couples

Supreme Court unanimous in ‘Ministry of Truth’ case

At the U.S. Supreme Court, a key victory for free speech

In ‘right to lie’ case, SBA List told truth on abortion funding

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

Supreme Court: Americans have right to speak up for free speech

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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  • Source: thefederalist.com

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GOP panel vote to keep marriage platform clause

PM ‘undermined Christianity’, marriage poll reveals

McConnell, Graham push abortion ban at 20 weeks

Obama unleashes the Left

Democrats want the government to monitor the Internet for “hate speech”

Why liberals think conservatives are racists

‘Ministry of Truth’ case before high court

Sen. Rand Paul’s comments on abortion spark concern from pro-life supporters

SBA List case is about liberty, not lies

Supreme Court has Free Speech concerns in SBA List case

Pro-marriage Illinois politicians replaced after opposing Pat Brady’s support for the redefinition of marriage

IRS revokes tax exempt status for Patrick Henry Center for Individual Liberty

Jennifer Rubin: “Anti-gay marriage sentiment fading”

SBA List to argue at Supreme Court

Rubio expresses “concern” over still-vacant State Dept. religious freedom post

Judge stays most of Ohio marriage ruling

How the president got to “I do” on same-sex “marriage”

“Pro-gay marriage Republican super PAC raises $2.75 million”

Lyle Denniston: Broader same-sex “marriage” ruling in Ohio

    Lyle Denniston at SCOTUSblog: “The four couples, who originally sought only to have both parents’ names entered on birth certificates for children (already born or on the way), later asked the judge to widen his ruling and strike down as written — that is, for all circumstances — the ban against recognizing existing marriages. Turning to that wider issue, Judge Black declared: ‘There can be no circumstance under which this discriminatory classification is constitutional, as it was intended to, and on its face does, stigmatize and disadvantage same-sex couples and their families, denying only to them protected rights to recognition of their marriages and violating the [Constitution's] guarantee of equal protection.’”

  • Posted: 04/15/2014
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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  • Source: www.scotusblog.com

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