We have to stop the fight somewhere!

    I do not support gay marriage in the least nor do I approve of the gay lifestyle. With that being said, where must conservatives and religious folk draw the line on where to stop opposing gay marriage or unions? For many years now, voters have spoken, in a vast majority, that traditional marriage must and will be protected. Millions upon millions of dollars have gone | Read More »

    Killing The Gay Marriage Movement Obama-Style

    I’m not in favor of gay marriage. When you’re done yelling at me, and before you put it to the keyboard, take a deep breath and read this: President Obama mandated Thursday that hospitals extend visitation rights to the partners of gay men and lesbians and allow same-sex couples to share medical power of attorney, perhaps the most significant step so far in his efforts | Read More »

    Obama’s Census Records Fantasy as Fact – Paid Census LGBT PSAs Encourage Recording Wrong Gender, “Marriage”

    Youtube version: I saw stories on this earlier, but none of them had links and therefore were not all that authoritative.  It took some work, but I finally found it on the US Census web site: Census.gov version: Paid ad encouraging same-sex couples to indicate ‘married’ even if their jurisdiction does not recognize it. I don’t care about a person’s orientation, but I do have a | Read More »

    Bob Bennett Must Go: Gay Marriage Edition

    Bob Bennett, so intent on winning re-election in Utah cast as the social conservative he is not, insisted that he be the Republican point man on gay marriage in Washington, D.C.Bennett sponsored a resolution that would force DC to put the issue to a referendum vote. But did Bennett fight for the legislation and force the Senate to vote on it? Nope. Gay marriage begins | Read More »

    Repealing New Hampshire’s Gay Marriage Law Is *Inexpedient To Legislate*

    [note: I'm temporarily (for now) staying in New Hampshire and decided to nose around in her politics. This was my first issue. A long piece follows. If you're not interested in the 1200 words of minutiae on the legislative background you can stop at the bolded "below the fold" comment] New Hampshire lawmakers have voted down an attempt to repeal the law(s) granting same sex | Read More »

    Gender: Optional

    Joseph Romero, a 6 year-old Arizona boy, was diagnosed as transgender last October and is beginning his/her transition to becoming a female. When he/she reaches the age of 12, he will be given female hormones containing estrogen and plans to undergo surgery when she is an adult in order to become a full woman. In the UK last September, a 12 year-old boy turned up | Read More »

    Anti-Federalist No. 1 – A Nation Divided

    The Divided States of America: I will not start this blog off with a bunch of rhetoric about what this nation was founded upon. Instead I want to impress upon my readers what this nation does not stand for as of THIS date. Because we can go tit for tat about all of the bad things the U.S. government has done, and while it may | Read More »

    Tim Gill’s Merry Band Failed in New York.

    You may remember Tim Gill from this Atlantic Monthly profile. Gill is the multi-millionaire gay man who helped fund the left’s take over of Colorado. Gill is playing for keeps and gay marriage. He funds local races and state legislative races to get legislatures to pass gay marriage without the consent of the voters. He keeps a low profile, bundles with lots of donors to | Read More »

    Government and Marriage

    One point often overlooked in the gay marriage debate is the reason why Government States recognize heterosexual marriage: To govern the inheritance of land and title amongst biological offspring of the union. In other words – which of your kids gets what when you punch your ticket to the afterlife? Sadly, when a large part of the world is illiterate, there is no Last Will | Read More »

    Gay marriage…not religion but intellectual honesty

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    Maine Makes Thirty-One

    As some of you well may know, I am against marriage as a state institution. The state has taken something good and twisted it into something rotten. Marriage has more to do with politicians and lawyers than your local clergy. I say we make Civil Unions gender blind and give your local church/temple/mosque the legal protection to marry whoever thy want. Things like “age of | Read More »

    PPP Brings Christmas in November: Maine Int. Yes 51% No 47% (Yes=No the Gay Marriage!)

    PPP brings more good news tonight! 51% of Maine voters say no to gay marriage!! Remember: Yes= No to Gay Marriage, No= Yes to Gay Marriage

    Stand Up For Traditional Marriage

    On November 4th, the people spoke out on gay marriage – but the attacks on traditional marriage continue. Voters in California, Arizona and Florida added their voices to those in twenty seven other states by adding amendments to their state constitutions defining marriage as the union of one man and one woman. But now, radical liberals and gay activists are working to overturn the will | Read More »

    Same Sex Couples in the Census. Again.

    Remember how no White House Easter Roll had been streamed on the internet until Barack Obama got to the White House, even though George Bush had done the same thing? Remember all the other examples of Barack Obama declaring something a first, despite George Bush, Bill Clinton, or some other President having done it first? Well, news comes out today that the census will ask | Read More »

    Just Say No to Gay Marriage

       For the time being, we still live in a free country. But I can see that our freedom is slowly being eroded away. Many brave men and women have sacrificed, fought, worked and have even died to establish and to protect our freedom. They have earned and deserve our full respect and support.    I recognize and respect a person’s right to live their | Read More »