Google it: Chick-fil-A boycotts Sundays so gays can eat more beef?
Media, same-sex marriage advocates (named Ed only?) get louder even as their cause loses state electoral contests Two months ago, North Carolina voters rubbed their tar heels in the same-sex marriage movement’s face and becoming the 31st state to pass a constitutional amendment banning same sex marriage. (If only President Barack Obama had “evolved” sooner?) Ten other states have statutes defining marriage as exclusively a union | Read More »
Mormons prove marriage separate from discrimination laws
The institution of marriage vs. housing/employment discrimination and hate crime legislation From the category of headlines the Drive-by media has conditioned us to deem unfathomable comes this from the AP: Mormons back gay rights in Salt Lake City It looked like a stunning reversal: the same church that helped defeat gay marriage in California standing with gay-rights activists on an anti-discrimination law in its own | Read More »
Maine marriage referendum betrays small “r” republican principles
The Constitution guarantees states a “republican” form of government. Republics make law via legislatures, not by judicial fiat or the mob rule of pure democracy. Conservatives like me, applauded California’s referenda reversing its Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage creation. We admonished same-sex marriage supporters to exercise their free speech rights in the arena of ideas. They did so in Maine, successfully lobbying the Pine Tree State | Read More »
Prop 8 hate: Gay ain’t married to King
Originally published by our Legal Editor, Mike “gamecock” DeVine as Charlotte Law and Civil Rights Examiner for Examiner.com After the most liberal state in the nation rejected same-sex marriage at the ballot box for the second time this decade, protests rallies were held across the nation, including here in Charlotte. Some gay rights activists point to the defeat of same-sex marriage with the passage of | Read More »