Can't Fox news ever give the hate a break? 1. Scalia’s deeply sickening same-sex marriage joke. The same-sex marriage case that was presented to the Supreme Court this week drew the expected cohort of fanatical Christians and other lunatics...Show More Summary
While I scrambled to assemble posts this week about the Supreme Court’s oral arguments on same-sex marriage, I simultaneously watched pain flood the streets of Baltimore on my TV screen. The oral arguments for same-sex marriage were in large part a celebration for the LGBT equality movement. Show More Summary
On the same Irish show that featured the same-sex marriage debate mentioned in the post below this one, last night The Three Degrees performed their 1974 Philly disco classic smash When Will I See You Again. Oh, the harmonies! The track peaked at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 and spent two week atop the UK's singles chart. Show More Summary
Yes, there are homocons in Ireland. Via the Irish Journal: Passions were running high in the RTÉ studios last night – as campaigners from either side of the same-sex marriage argument took part in a Late Late Show debate. For the Yes side, Amnesty Ireland director Colm O’Gorman and Irish Times columnist Una Mullally were the main speakers. Show More Summary
In Tuesday's Supreme Court hearings, which will determine whether the Constitution protects same-sex marriage and if states must recognize marriages from other states, notoriously conservative Justice Samuel Alito argued that it's possible...Show More Summary
A Republican lawmaker has a plan to stop marriage equality in Missouri, by making it legal to fire clerks who issue same-sex marriage licenses. read more
It’s been a busy news week, to say the least. Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer happened to be in Baltimore and relays what he saw on the latest episode of “Left, Right & Center.” Also: Bernie Sanders 2016 and same-sex marriage’s upcoming day in court.
Because, in the end, no one wants to be That Guy, I predict the U.S. Supreme Court will find some way this summer to rule unanimously that same-sex marriage is a constitutionally protected right.
Via email from Brian Brown: While we in the US have our eyes on the Supreme Court, the people of Ireland also are keenly engaged in the issue of redefining marriage. Interestingly, advocates for redefining marriage in America told the...Show More Summary
"Over time, there is no doubt that there will be at least 100,000 citizens, probably well over 500,000, placed into same-sex homes entirely or predominantly because of the state’s response to demands for expanded marriage rights from gay lobbying organizations. Show More Summary
When it comes to same-sex marriage and LGBT issues, Jeb Bush has been walking the finest line of all the GOP candidates. While Ted Cruz, Mike Huckabee and Marco Rubio (to some extent) are duking it out to solidify the backing of social...Show More Summary
There may be no pizza at the reception, but according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll published Wednesday, a majority of American Republicans would attend a same-sex wedding for someone they love. According to the poll, 56 percent of Republicans, if invited, would attend a same-sex ceremony of a loved one. Show More Summary
At the end of April, the United States Supreme Court heard the third case on same-sex marriage in a period of two years. The Court previously avoided deciding whether same-sex marriage is protected by the U.S. Constitution, instead deciding...Show More Summary
With the Supreme Court expected to rule on the legality of same-sex marriage in June, an End Times broadcaster served a chilling warning that legalization of gay marriage may prompt God to send a “fireball from space” in retaliation. According to Right Wing Watch, Rick Wiles had very...
From the May 1 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Rush Limbaugh Show: Previously: Limbaugh: "Ultimate Goal" Of Same-Sex Marriage Activists Is To Close Churches Limbaugh Defends Indiana's RFRA By Comparing Gay Marriage To Bestiality Rush...Show More Summary
Anti-gay activist Glenn Beck has predicted that a SCOTUS ruling in support of same-sex marriage will lead to a drop of 50 percent in church attendance in the next five years "because the stigma of going to church will be too much"
On this week's Townhall Review:Bill Bennett and Peter Kersanow on the riots in Baltimore. Michael Medved and Michael Steele on the riots. Bill...
Brendan O’Carroll, one of Ireland’s biggest TV stars, has released a video in the guise of character Mrs Brown supporting same-sex marriage
Welcome to TIME’s subscriber Q&A with TIME correspondent Elizabeth Dias. This week she has written about the Supreme Court’s consideration of same-sex marriage in a story about how the issue has divided Evangelicals, and another about Jim Obergefell, whose marriage is at the center of the civil rights question: do same-sex couples have a Constitutional…
Jeb Bush wants your vote, especially if you're a Christian who is deeply concerned same-sex marriage may soon completely erode the First Amendment's freedom of religion. Pointing to Tuesday's Supreme Court oral arguments while at a forum hosted by the...