Posts Tagged ‘prop 8’

Support Prop 8 and the Rule of Law

August 5th, 2013 Comments off

How in the world can more than a dozen states vote on constitutional amendments, and their votes count — while our votes on Proposition 8 do not count in California?!

As you know, our courageous County Clerk Ernie Dronenburg filed a lawsuit seeking guidance and clarification by the California Supreme Court as to whether Proposition 8 is still law – because it has not been overruled by any appellate court, and the federal district court injunction against it only applies to Alameda and Los Angeles Counties. Confusing!! Therefore, Ernie’s lawsuit is intended to clarify and uphold the rule of law. Read more…

Despite legal setbacks, traditional marriage still upheld in California

July 30th, 2013 Comments off

by Becky Yeh

A pro-family leader in California vows to continue defending traditional marriage even after the state’s highest court refused to halt homosexual “marriages” in the state.  Read more…

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Most Bay Area Clerks Dispute New Challenge By Same-Sex Marriage Foes

July 23rd, 2013 Comments off

Not surprisingly, the San Francisco Bay area clerks want to keep issuing gay marriage licenses, but the movement against it is growing! We now have 750 names on our petition supporting our local clerk, Ernie Dronenburg. He gets an email every time we hit another 100 names. Let’s keep showing him that we’re behind him! Sign the petition here and please tell your friends about it. You can sign no matter where you live, and you can even remain anonymous, if you choose. It only takes a few seconds to do this small measure for marriage! Read more…

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Monterey County joins Proposition 8 legal argument

July 23rd, 2013 Comments off

Excellent! The movement is beyond San Diego county borders. Brave souls! You can still sign the petition supporting our local clerk, Ernie Dronenburg, here. (Remember, you don’t have to live anywhere near here to sign the petition–anonymously or otherwise.)

On July 12, Monterey County received documents demanding an immediate halt to issuance of same-sex marriage licenses, associated with a stay request filed in the California Supreme Court by the proponents of Proposition 8, which prohibits same-sex marriage.The stay, which asked that county clerks throughout California be ordered to not issue marriage licenses to same sex couples, was rejected Monday, but the court requested the state to file an opposition brief. Read more…

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More reasons to sign the petition in support of Ernest Dronenburg

July 23rd, 2013 Comments off

One county clerk out of all the county clerks in the whole country speaks up, and the gay lobby pounces on him with no mercy. Not even the tiniest bit of dissent is tolerated. Is this still America?

Our options regarding the gay lobby are hardly “live and let live,” as we were told; they are turning out to be “celebrate or be crushed.”

Remember, this is simply a petition to show your support for someone who dares to stand up for marriage. It doesn’t matter if you don’t live in California.

Also, you can sign the petition anonymously if you’re worried about consequences

…but really, if you’re worried about consequences, that’s a clear sign that we need to start changing things!

Stand up for those who have no voice–Kids need a mom and a dad!

“All that is necessary for evil to succeed is for good men to do nothing.” -Edmund Burke

Sign the petition now. It only takes a few seconds. Send this link to 5 or more of your friends:

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You should sign the petition in support of Ernest Dronenburg if:

July 23rd, 2013 Comments off

You have no confidence in the legal system thanks to the lawless behavior of the political and legal elite.

You want to show your appreciation for one of the few elected officials who respects the will of the people.

You expect the Gay Lobby to ostracize him and you are sick of that kind of bullying.

You supported Prop 8 and are upset that the will of the people has been ignored.

Sign the petition here. See the original post on Ernest Dronenburg’s efforts to uphold the rule of the people here.

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Support someone who dares to stand up for marriage.

July 23rd, 2013 Comments off

San Diego County Clerk Ernest Dronenburg filed a petition last Friday asking the California Supreme Court to stop county clerks statewide from issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples until it has clarified the legal standing of Proposition 8.

The Ruth Institute has started a petition to show our support for Ernie Dronenburg, for Prop 8, and for the rule of law. You can help by signing our petition! And tell your friends to help too! Anyone can sign. It doesn’t matter where you live, and you have the option to make your name invisible. Please, please spread the word and GO HERE NOW:

It takes only a few seconds to sign!

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The Legal Circus That Killed Proposition 8

July 22nd, 2013 Comments off

by Frank Schubert

July 22nd, 2013

The process that killed Prop 8 in California should concern anyone who cares about democracy and the rule of law. The cheaters won.

When I was a kid, my brother and I would occasionally go to the Memorial Auditorium in downtown Sacramento and watch the spectacle that was then called “Big Time Wrestling.” It featured all kinds of amazing characters with different story lines. The matches always involved someone who represented the “good guy” against an adversary who embodied the “bad guy.” Read more…

CA County Clerks Sued: “Follow Prop 8”

July 15th, 2013 Comments off

Prop 8 is Still in the Constitution
Petition to CA Supreme Court Filed
Rule of Law Must Be Respected

The Prop 8 legal defense team is back in court defending the will of the voters. This time it is in the California Supreme Court with a petition to restore the enforcement of Proposition 8 which is still part of the state constitution after having been placed there by California voters in 2008. Read more…

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US v. Windsor: a pit stop, not the finish line

July 3rd, 2013 Comments off

by James S. Cole

The murky reasoning of the Supreme Court suggests that it is searching for reasons to justify imposing “gay marriage” on states which have not already legalized it.

Last week the Supreme Court has ruled in United States v. Windsor that section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is unconstitutional. For all purposes of Federal laws, section 3 defined marriage as a union between one man and one woman. The case arose in New York, under the law of which same-sex couples may enter a status that New York defined as marriage. Ms Windsor, a resident of New York, was the beneficiary of her deceased same-sex spouse’s sizeable estate. Read more…