Posts Tagged: homosexuality
From our friends at the Family Research Council:
The Obama administration put a bow on its efforts to radicalize other countries on the issue of homosexuality. In their observance of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights, President Obama and … Read more
The Obama administration has denounced approval by the North Carolina legislature of a ballot initiative to define marriage as between one man and one woman.
“The President has long believed that gay and lesbian couples deserve the same rights and … Read more
California Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill that will require all businesses that have contracts in excess of $100,000 with the state to provide benefits to the same-sex partners of homosexual employees.
Ron Prentice of ProtectMarriage.com, said that at the … Read more
An absolute MUST read by Maggie Gallagher. Chilling indeed. (First published on National Review Online)
(written in response to the major DC law firm King & Spalding dropping its representation defending the Defense of Marriage Act due to pressure from homosexual groups. From FRC’s Daily Briefing 4-26-11)
Attorneys at King & Spalding probably thought that … Read more
This is an article truly worth reading. David French looks at the facts versus the perception:
Imagine a world in which mainstream coverage of Christian America reflected our actual expenditures and actual efforts. You’d barely hear from people like … Read more
In a word, No. That’s why it’s important to look at the data behind the headline, especially given the bias that exists in the media. In this article, Kevin DeYoung takes a deeper look at a study, and a … Read more
We bring you a must-read article from Professor Stephen J. Heany on the fallacy of “same-sex marriage.” http://bit.ly/cpEdWU Abraham Lincoln once asked how many legs a dog has if we call a tail a leg. The answer, he said, is … Read more
“Thousands of cases make their way through the Federal courts each year. Some are important, but only a few have lasting legal significance. Whatever happens on appeal, the decision … Read more