Washington Post, IRS Commissioner Promises Not to Revoke Tax-exempt Status of Colleges That Oppose Gay Marriage: After the Supreme Court’s decision on gay marriage, religious leaders feared that religious universities, nonprofits and other institutions could lose their tax-exempt status. IRS Commissioner John Koskinen has promised the Senate Judiciary Oversight Subcommittee...
Gay people are (arguably) more accepted now than ever before, and when the Supreme Court ruled gay marriage is totally legal this cemented their position in American culture. We’ve come so far in terms of acceptance of other lifestyles, and yet people still have the dumbest questions about what it means to be gay. Show More Summary
Hillsong Church founding pastor Brian Houston insists that his Sydney-based megachurch has made "absolutely no change" in regard to its "stance on homosexuality and gay marriage," after a critical blog post claimed that two engaged openly gay men were leading Hillsong NYC's choir.
Former college football television analyst Craig James sued Fox Sports on Monday for religious discrimination, saying the network fired him two years ago for expressing his views against gay marriage while running for the U.S. Senat...
Over at ThePulse2016.com, I’ve just released a report card on how GOP candidates responded to the Supreme Court ruling overturning the classic understanding of marriage. The humongous field (not then including Jim Gilmore) divides into...Show More Summary
Former college football broadcaster Craig James filed suit on Monday in Dallas saying he was fired from his job by Fox Sports Southwest due to his stated opposition to same-sex marriage.
Former New England Patriot and SMU running back Craig James is suing Fox Sports for religious discrimination. The former ESPN, and briefly Fox Sports, employee claims that his firing from Fox was due to comments he made opposing same-sex marriage while running for U.S. Senate. James’ suit was filed in Dallas County Court on Monday.
Likening the fight against Obergefell v. Hodges to that of the fight against Dred Scott v. Sandford, Liberty Counsel’s Mat Staver wondered aloud on Christian radio last week why there aren’t any “sanctuary cities” that protect… The post Liberty Counsel’s Mat Staver Wants ‘Sanctuary Cities’ to Protect Christians from Gay Marriage: AUDIO appeared first on Towleroad.
If you hold strong opinions about abortion, breastfeeding in public, gay marriage, gun control, politics, religion, the cartoon Caillou, vaccinations, free range parenting, dress codes for girls, organic foods, non organic foods, semi organic foods, or mommy wars at the playground, you might not want to read the rest of this post. Show More Summary
I don’t care if gays get married or not. I care if we can look indiscriminately with eyes of love on everyone. The post My Christianity and Gay Marriage appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Because gay couples wouldn't be able to reproduce while stranded on a remote island, they should not be allowed to legally marry and receive the same state benefits. So goes the logic according to Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX).
Be very afraid. As an unprecedented shift in public opinion brought about the legalization of gay marriage, a vigorous counter-current has been intensifying under the banner of “religious freedom”—an incredibly slippery term. Perhaps...Show More Summary
The Republican National Committee is expected to vote on a set of resolutions relating to LGBT rights next week, one of which calls on Congress to defy the Supreme Court’s Obergefell v. Hodges and strip federal courts of jurisdiction on marriag… The post RNC to Vote on Lawless Resolution Asking Congress to Defy SCOTUS Gay Marriage Ruling appeared first on Towleroad.
Republican humorist P.J. O’Rourke tells Mike Huckabee to stop embarrassing the party on The Daily Beast. Mike, you’re against gay marriage and gay adoption. Once people get married and have kids they don’t have the energy for any kind of sex. And then, pollsters tell us, they become Republicans. Having you trying to convince people [...]Show More Summary
Last month we told you about Alray Nelson, the young Navajo man who is leading the push to have the largest Indian reservation in the U.S. legalize same-sex marriage. Now, Nelson and his partner reportedly are considering a lawsuit to challenge the a… The post Navajo LGBT Advocates Consider Lawsuit, Bill To Legalize Gay Marriage appeared first on Towleroad.
Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa), known for his colorful (read: racist, homophobic) comments, gave a short statement on Thursday saying that the Obergefell v. Hodges decision now means men can marry their lawnmowers reports Slate. Rep. King issued the statem… The post Rep. Steve King Says Gay Marriage Ruling Allows for Unions Between Men And Lawnmowers appeared first on Towleroad.
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'Attacking religious exemptions is the next big wave,' Bill Donohue, head of the Catholic League, told LifeSiteNews.
The Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service vowed in a Senate hearing this week that the federal agency will not strip Christian colleges and universities of their tax-exempt statuses should those institutions refuse to update school policies to be more accommodating toward same-sex relationships.
Need a reminder on how far the LGBT movement has progressed in the past 25 years? Check out this debate over same-sex marriage that took place on The Phil Donahue Show back in early 1991. Jay Roberts writes in the video’s description:...Show More Summary