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‘Whoops’ not enough after students shown homosexual propaganda

May 29th, 2014 Comments off

by Bob Kellogg

The superintendent of a Wisconsin public school district has apologized after high school students were shown a video that promotes same-sex marriage. Read more…

The sad end of a gay marriage

May 9th, 2014 Comments off

BY CAROLYN MOYNIHAN

Marriage didn’t do this gay couple much good. Episcopal Bishop Gene Robinson and his partner of 25 years, Mark Andrew, had a civil union ceremony in 2008, which automatically became a “marriage” when New Hampshire legalised same-sex marriage in 2009.

On May 3 they announced their divorce. Read more…

Repudiating the calculated decision to deprive children of mothers

May 9th, 2014 Comments off

BY DAVID VAN GEND

David van Gend is a family doctor and head of the Australian Marriage Forum. He is always an eloquent, hard-hitting speaker, but in this 25-minute video he excels. Drawing on years of experience as a GP and keen political instincts, he presents a convincing case why governments should not legalise same-sex marriage.

Watch the video.

Barred: Christian lawyers are the new racists

May 6th, 2014 Comments off

If your university does not hold with gay marriage, don’t look for a legal career in eastern Canada.

by Lea Singh

Late last month, the law societies of Ontario and Nova Scotia voted against recognizing the validity of law degrees granted by the fledgling Trinity Western University School of Law in Langley, British Columbia. Read more…

Much ado about sex; nothing to do with race

May 6th, 2014 Comments off

BY CAROLYN MOYNIHAN

A mixed race couple demonstrating for gay marriage hold up a sign saying, “Once our marriage was once illegal too.”

Is that a just comparison? Is opposition to same-sex marriage at all like opposition to inter-racial marriage? Does protecting the freedom to speak and act publicly on the basis of a religious belief that marriage is the union of a man and woman amount to the kind of laws that banned inter-racial marriage? Read more…

EDITORIAL: Lesbian ‘throuple’ proves Scalia right on slippery slopes

May 3rd, 2014 Comments off

The wedding cake is about to get crowded with gangs of brides and grooms

  By The Washington Times

Well, that didn’t take long. Doll, Brynn and Kitten Young, a lesbian trio, have declared themselves the world’s first “throuple.” The Massachusetts women claim to be “married” and await their first child. Massachusetts doesn’t recognize “throuple marriage” yet, but the year is young. When the Supreme Court eviscerated authentic marriage last year, this was foretold. There’s already an organized movement, led by college professors, for what might be called “grouple” marriage. Read more…

Calif. moves to ban judges affiliated with Boy Scouts

April 22nd, 2014 Comments off

by Patrick Howley

California is proposing to ban members of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) from serving as judges because the Boy Scouts do not allow gay troop leaders, The Daily Caller has learned. Read more…

Have we lost our ability to disagree?

April 17th, 2014 Comments off

We have devolved.

That’s not news, except to those people who haven’t been paying attention. How long ago did we actually exercise our right to disagree with facility and reason, in this representative republic, this exercise in democracy? And especially, with dignity? Read more…

Notre Dame Students Spar Over Same-Sex Marriage

April 15th, 2014 Comments off

by Alexandra DeSanctis – University of Notre Dame on April 11, 2014

A war-of-words has engulfed the University of Notre Dame recently, with dueling student petitions dividing the campus and prompting a debate over whether the venerable Catholic university should take a stand in support of traditional marriage. Read more…

“I was jeered and spat at for defending marriage”

April 9th, 2014 Comments off

by CAROLINE FARROW

Recently I appeared in the audience of BBC’s Question Time in my home town of Brighton after a friend asked me to take their place at short notice.

When Marilyn Barmer stood up and nervously asked whether the first gay marriages due to take place in the city in the next 24 hours were a necessary piece of legislation, the temperature in the auditorium plummeted, the warm glow of good-natured yet passionate debate replaced by a glacial hostility. Read more…