Suspended Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore on Wednesday denied putting his antipathy toward gay marriage ahead of the rule of law.
The Associated Press reports: Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore should be removed from office for defying the U.S. Supreme Court on gay marriage, a lawyer for a disciplinary commission argued on Wednesday. R. Ashby Pate, a lawyer for the...Show More Summary
Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore will face a trial-like proceeding today on judicial ethics charges stemming from his defiance of the Supreme Court’s ruling on same-sex marriage. Moore could be removed from the bench. Moore, who has been...Show More Summary
Alan Dershowitz, the Harvard Law professor emeritus and former O.J. Simpson lawyer, stopped by Business Insider to talk to senior editor Josh Barro. Dershowitz contends that the Supreme Court actually weakened the abortion-rights movement with its Roe v. Wade ruling. Follow BI Video: On Twitter Join the conversation about this story »
Attorney General Sam Olens – the man who waged legal battles against gay marriage and transgender students in Georgia – is about to be named the new president of Kennesaw State University.
The REAL battle is just getting started.
A music director at a Catholic church in Rhode Island says he has been fired because he married a man.
March for the Family organizers estimated up to 450,000 turned out to show support for the traditional family,
The Holy Father encouraged the Mexican people in their protests against the legalization of gay 'marriage.'
Pope Francis applauded anti-LGBT protesters fighting “in favor of family and life.”
Pope Francis has backed hundreds of thousands of Roman Catholics and other pro-traditional marriage supporters who marched against proposals to legalize gay marriage in Mexico over the weekend, saying that he supports the defense of "family and life."
The judge compared called same-sex marriage an oxymoron akin to "jumbo shrimp."
Judge Tim Philpot says gay marriage is just like jumbo shrimp and magnificent chihuahuas. THOSE THINGS AREN'T EVEN REAL!
A Kentucky family court judge who frequently presides over gay adoptions says that since the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage, he doesn’t hug other men ‘the way he used to.’ Speaking in Wilmore, Kentucky before the Francis… Read The post Kentucky Judge: ‘I Don’t Hug (Men) the Way I Used To’ Because of Gay Marriage appeared first on Towleroad.
It was no accident that we went from mass discrimination to mainstream acceptance in 10 years
Religion always plays a very significant role in American politics, even though our nation promotes separation of church and state. Religion affects our social debate on such issues as abortion, gay rights and gay marriage, drug legalization, prison reform, and affirmative action. And when a...
Reuters reports: Chile’s President Michelle Bachelet said during a United Nations General Assembly panel on LGBT rights on Wednesday that she would send a bill legalizing gay marriage to Congress in the first half of 2017. “My government...Show More Summary
USA Today reports: A Family Court judge who routinely presides over gay adoptions said that gay marriage is an “oxymoron” like “jumbo shrimp” or a “magnificent Chihuahua.” Appearing before a religious group, Fayette Circuit Court Judge...Show More Summary
A Lexington, KY judge and former Republican state legislator told a Christian group earlier this month that he believes “gay marriage” is an “oxymoron” like “jumbo shrimp” or a “magnificent chihuahua.” The Louisville Courier-Journal reported that...