Tag Archive: gay marriage

Now Can We Move on to Really Important Issues?

keep calm and lets move on

Once again, the Supreme Court failed to exercise “judicial restraint” and opted to actively legislate from the bench by deciding that homosexuals have a “right” to marry in the case of Obergefell v. Hodges.  Five unelected lawyers decided to do away with our democratic process and power of our legislatures and redefine the word “marriage” held for millennia…

Gay Rights vs. The Rights of the Faithful

A Christian florist in Richland, Washington is sued by the state attorney general and by the ACLU because she wouldn’t do a flower arrangement for a gay couple about to be married. A Christian couple that owns a bakery in Gresham, Oregon shut down their business after the state began an investigation into their religious…

The Sense in Being a Conservative Supporter of Gay Marriage

John McCain

Earlier this week, commentator Meghan McCain (daughter of U.S. Senator John McCain) received a lot of online attention after expressing her thoughts on Mark Sanford’s special-election victory over opponent Elizabeth Colbert Busch. In reaction to Sanford’s recapturing of his old seat in Congress, McCain tweeted: “Any Republican that voted for Mark Sanford in South Carolina…

Term Limits and the Catholic Church

Recently, Thomas Sowell wrote an excellent piece dealing with term limits. The point he made is that if the idea behind limits was to rid us of those people who spend their entire lives doing little more than voting, we’ve gone about it in a really stupid way. For one thing, as we’ve seen here…

Is Gay Marriage An Idea Whose Time Has Come?

Now that the U.S. Supreme Court is considering the constitutionality of same sex marriage, it might be a good time to consider this tidbit that should make even the most ardent opponent of gay marriage feel uneasy:  In the United States of America a convicted felon in prison for robbery, rape, murder or a whole…