#GAGov: Jason Carter Doesn’t Want to Talk about Gay Marriage
Carter is, of course, the grandson of Jimmy Carter, who was until recently the worst President since WWII. Anyways, he’s running against incumbent Republican Nathan Deal this November, and he apparently really doesn’t want to talk about how he feels about gay marriage. Jim Galloway’s Political Insider blog at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution tells us that he recently spoke at a LGBT fundraiser in Atlanta last Thursday organized | Read More »
The Court Next Term: Three More Potential Blockbusters- Part 2
Making their way to the US Supreme Court are three cases that have the potential to become blockbuster cases. It is difficult to see the Court denying them. They involve Guantanamo detainees, the potential fate of Obamacare, and gay marriage. Recently, the DC Circuit Court of Appeals, sitting en banc (but with only seven justices) ruled that the convictions of three Guantanamo detainees were invalid. | Read More »
Millennials and Political Consumerism
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Andrew Quinn to discuss Millennials and political consumerism, why their love of food trucks and Uber won’t make it easy to recruit them to conservative politics and if the GOP needs to moderate its stand on gay marriage.
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The PCUSA has weakened America with its terrible decisions
In one single meeting, the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) has managed to withdraw itself from the concentric circles of Biblical authority, cultural impact, effectiveness in spreading the Gospel, and furtherance of God’s enjoinder to “pray for the peace of Jerusalem.” It’s really quite an accomplishment, in the negative sense, and it adds to the widening split in the American church.
The Bible says “where there is no vision, the people perish” (Prov 29:18). The PCUSA has made America a little more blind with their terrible decisions.
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How the Media and the Courts Collude on Same-Sex Marriage
According to the mainstream media, same-sex “marriage” is on the rise in America. A survey published earlier this year by the Public Religion Research Institute found a majority of Americans support the concept, and other polls show similar results. Even the Chairman of the Republican Party — which has opposition to same-sex “marriage” in its official platform — tends to shy away from the subject. | Read More »
Orrin Hatch Speaks for the French Republicans
I’m sure Senator Orrin Hatch would have had the courage to make the following statement in 2012 during his contentious primary challenge: Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch says it’s obvious that gay marriage will become legal across the country sooner or later. Hatch said people who can’t see what’s happening aren’t living in the real world. He made the remarks Wednesday onKSL-Radio’s Doug Wright Show. Hatch | Read More »
Conservatives: stop playing soldier and start fighting
The camel’s nose is in the tent. We gave an inch, and lost a mile. The bells are tolling.
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Dissent on a One Way Street
Six years ago, Brendan Eich contributed $1000.00 to the Proposition 8 campaign in California that sought to preserve marriage between one man and one woman. Eich recently became chief executive officer of the Mozilla Corporation. Mozilla, part of the Mozilla Foundation, oversees pieces of the Mozilla web browser Firefox — an open source rival to Internet Explorer, Safari, and others. Half the board resigned when | Read More »
The Intolerant Agents of Tolerance
I have for many years now had a loathing for people who preach “tolerance” as they seem to do so as a means of advancing their own brand of intolerance. Earlier today, the CEO of Mozilla was essentially forced to resign because he contributed in support of California’s PROP 8. The contributor list was illegally provided to the “Human Rights Campaign” by someone at the | Read More »
Openly Gay Speaker of Rhode Island House Resigns After FBI Raid
Gordon D. Fox, the out-n-proud gay (NTTAWWT) Speaker of the Rhode Island House of Representatives, who spearheaded the drive, so to speak, to make homosexual marriage legal in Rhode Island has resigned. He resignation followed an FBI raid in which most, if not all, of his stuff was boxed up and taken away. Mr. Fox is a groundbreaker in a lot of ways. This apparently | Read More »
An Upside Down World
In December of 1865, the several American states ratified the thirteenth amendment constitutionally ending involuntary servitude in the United States. In the twenty-first century, Americans are coming full circle. In a number of states, a black man can again be forced by the government to work involuntarily for a white man. Not since the nation eliminated Jim Crow laws during the civil rights era have | Read More »
This is What Happens When You Make Us Care
In Oregon, a baker got in trouble for not wanting to bake a cake for a gay union. In New Mexico, a photographer likewise found herself on the wrong side of the law by not wanting to take pictures of a gay wedding. In Colorado, a baker faces fines for not wanting to bake a cake for a gay wedding. In each of those cases | Read More »
Should the GOP or our side in general de-emphasize social issues?
A question first. What the hell is a social issue exactly? As best I can make it out, something having to do with culture and society of some sorts. Issues we most think of are marriage and abortion. To my subject I recently read a column from PJ Media co-founder Roger L. Simon on his take of social issues. In it he made the point | Read More »
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Gay Marriage and the Generational Divide
Currently, twenty states allow gay marriage. This represents 123 million people, or 39.2% of the United States population. When states are added in which recognize civil unions, the percentage increases to a little over 44%. With the exception of Utah whose current status is in limbo all the states can be firmly placed in the blue state category. A very important point must be made | Read More »
How To Stop The Gay Marriage Tidal Wave Before It Is Too Late
The social conservative movement has fought the hard fight against gay marriage, but is now in a recent and rapid retreat. Not by choice but by force. In 2004, Massachusetts was the first state to establish marriage licensing for homosexual couples. Since then, 16 states have join Massachusetts in their decision. In 6 of the states the decision was made by courts, in 8 it | Read More »