U.S. Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie said on Sunday Supreme Court justices of his liking would not have legalized same-sex marriage and would have struck down a key provision of a national health care law. The two landmark rulings last month angered many conservative Americans and...
'Seriously, if you're actively protesting gay marriage, you need a hobby,' says YouTuber Joe Santagato. read more
Gun of the Week Obergefell v. Hodges Gun rights groups find a side to gay marriage ruling that will make liberal heads EXPLODE The headline is hyperbolic, but it does bring up a good point: A consistent reading of Obergefell...
From this Sunday's Media Buzz on Faux "news," Howie Kurtz and the National Review's Jim Geraghty are terribly upset the anti-gay bigots might not be getting a fair shake from the media. Whose going to look out for those poor, downtrodden...Show More Summary
Hunky vlogger Joe Santagato took to YouTube this week to share his opinions on the legalization of gay marriage in all fifty states. Although his […]
Tom Chaplin, lead singer of the band Keane, released a song called “Love Wins” that celebrates our victory allowing same-sex marriage in the U.S. #LoveWins was tweeted […]
This is one way to preserve your integrity, certainly. The entire staff at a Tennessee country clerk’s office has now resigned over being forced to issue “marriage” licenses to gay
WASHINGTON, July 5 (Reuters) - U.S. Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie said on Sunday Supreme Court justices of his liking would not have legalized same-sex marriage and would have struck down a key provision of a national...Show More Summary
An interesting question posed by the Christian Science Monitor (via Hot Air headlines) Gay marriage: Can religious clerks conscientiously object to issuing licenses? After the US Supreme Court’s decision declaring
Gene Robinson received death threats when he became the first openly gay Episcopalian bishop. Twelve years later, his church is performing gay weddings. That’s progress.
During a special presentation of the popular live storytelling podcast The Moth at this year’s Aspen Ideas festival, former Obama speechwriter Jon Lovett shared a story about how, years before gay marriage would become legal nationwide, he secretly performed a same-sex marriage at the White House.
Pete O’Leary, senior pastor of the Christian Church at Holbrook, New York, definitely feels some kind of way about gay marriage. Although he wasn’t too pleased when New York legalized same-sex unions in 2011, he still felt obligatedShow More Summary
Alice Huffman, president of the California NAACP, spoke at a Seattle church in 2011 to stump for legalization. "I'm out here to change the law," she said. "And whenever a law is against the people, we've got to rise up and change it!" ZORN TAYLOR State by state, America is getting legal marijuana—whether the federal government likes it or not. Show More Summary
The entire staff of the Decatur County, Tenn., clerk’s office has resigned rather than dish out marriage licenses to gay couples.
Richard Brookfield and Tracy Thompson developed an American flag app for Facebook to celebrate the 4th of July. Unfortunately for them, their patriotic intentions were subverted by a conservative news outlet to protest gay marriage.Show More Summary
Originally published on June 26, 2015. Original text below: The Supreme Court of the United States ruled in a 5-4 ruling in favor of gay marriage. While the decision will be debated for years to come, watch some of our takeaways from the ruling. Written and produced by Paul Detrick Scroll down for downloadable versions and subscribe to our YouTube Channel.
Whatever your stance on gay marriage, I think we can all agree that it doesn’t belong in the classroom. It has no educational value and is a controversial social issue.
Three leading experts broke down the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Obergefell v. Hodges this week on Free Speech TV’s “Gay USA.” Co-hosts Andy Humm and Ann Northrop were joined by Freedom To Marry’s Evan Wolfson, Jame… The post WATCH: Top LGBT Legal Experts Break Down SCOTUS Gay Marriage Ruling, Look Ahead appeared first on Towleroad.
Last Friday, after the Supreme Court legalized gay marriage nationwide, many showed their supported for the decision on Facebook by adding a Rainbow Pride flag filter to their profile picture. Over the weekend, more than 26 million people used the filter, Facebook said in a post about the project. Show More Summary
Many on the anti-gay religious right now claim, apocalyptically so, a national, constitutional right to same sex marriage necessarily means an infringement on their rights. See this article by J. Matt Barber of Liberty University’s School of Law for the most extreme kind of such rhetoric. Barber’s article deals with the thorny issue of how…