Florida Sen. Marco Rubio spent Monday night selling himself as the 2016 campaign's fresh face of tomorrow. Yet on Tuesday, MSNBC's Kasie Hunt immediately zeroed in on one of Rubio's major problems: his stance on same-sex marriage is so 1999. Kasie Hunt: Seventy-four percent of young Americans show in the NBC poll that they back same-sex marriage. Show More Summary
An article by Eric Metaxis in the Christian Post cites some of the latest responses to religious freedom and same-sex marriage. The involvement of the media in the whole process seems to be escalating to a new level where Christians are now being persecuted and silenced when it comes to this issue. Some radical writers […]
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The gay rights movement is undoubtedly experiencing its most successful years: bans against same-sex marriage continue to fall; men and women have come out of the closet in business, entertainment and sports; and LGBT characters are mainstays on television.
Oral arguments for the same-sex marriage Supreme Court case are just over a week away, and just as many groups and individuals from across the country expressed their support for marriage equality, many expressed their opposition. Among them are the more familiar arguments, like that “conjugal marriage” (i.e. Show More Summary
The upcoming Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage could shake up the 2016 race for the White House. The nation's highest court is reviewing the constitutionality of states' gay marriage bans and is expected to issue a ruling by June. Show More Summary
The Louisiana governor claims the bill won't really allow discrimination against same-sex couples, but opponents say it will do just that. read more
From the April 17 edition of Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor: Previously: Meet Robert Jeffress, Cable News' Friendly, Charming Anti-Gay Extremist Fox News Contributor: Fifty Shades Of Grey And Gay Marriage Are Signs Of The Apocalypse On Fox News Sunday, Tony Perkins Compares Same-Sex Marriage To Incest O'Reilly: Divide Over Indiana's Anti-Gay Law Is A "Cultural Civil War"
With the U.S. Supreme Court set to hear oral arguments on same-sex marriage later this month, anti-gay activists in Texas are becoming increasingly desperate. Last week, we told you how Dr. Steve Hotze, president of the Conservative Republicans of Texas,...
The media has fixated this week on a simple question for Republican presidential candidates regarding same-sex marriage: Would they attend a gay wedding? So far, we have three answers: Yes, dodge, and no. First, the 43-year-old candidate of tomorrow who spent the week trying to explain how the youngest buck in the field could be so obsolete. Show More Summary
Same-sex marriage may destroy America, says a scare-tactic ad by the Family Research Council. read more
Theodore Olson, who argued a landmark U.S. Supreme Court case on same-sex marriage two years ago, might not be in the audience when the court revisits the issue April 28. "I was having a dinner party last night, and several [people], including one D.C. Circuit judge said, 'Don’t go, you'll just be frustrated,'" Olson recounted Friday.
Via the Associated Press: A bill that would ban same-sex marriage in El Salvador has won preliminary approval from the legislature. A package of constitutional reforms approved Thursday night also would bar same-sex couples from adopting children. Show More Summary
“History celebrates profiles in courage, not profiles in convenience.” Martin O’Malley has demonstrated the benefits of having a liberal in the race to compete with Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination. He has been jabbing Clinton while campaigning in Iowa over her position that same-sex marriage should be decided by the states. O’Malley has been [...]Show More Summary
On Wednesday Mexico’s Supreme Court struck a huge blow in the fight for marriage equality by ruling that bans on same-sex marriage are inherently “discriminatory” laws. The ruling came down in response to a lawsuit filed by a gay couple...
When contemplating same-sex marriage, it’s important to take into consideration how it might affect straight guys who don’t know any gay people. They really have the best perspective, don’t you think? Conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt really got to the heart of the debate when he asked Rick Santorum and Ted Cruz to blabber about […]
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In response to recent gay wedding questions posed to Sen. Marco Rubio and other GOP candidates, Maggie Gallagher has penned an open letter to a gay friend which we're sure totally exists. Via the National Review: The problem for me in...Show More Summary
In a video released by her campaign, Hillary Rodham Clinton is shown sitting at a table listening to a man thanking her for urging the Supreme Court of ruling in favor of same-sex marriage.
When asked if he would ever attend a same-sex wedding, Texas Senator Ted Cruz dodged answering the question and turned it into an argument on how the mainstream media supposedly has a tendency of catching Republican candidates off-guard. Show More Summary