Do Republican Voters Want to Decriminalize Marijuana?

A recent poll posted in Marijuana Majority indicates that a large number of Republicans think the Federal government should honor state marijuana laws: According to the poll, Republican voters believe the next president should do more to respect state marijuana laws without interfering. An even higher percentage of Democrats and independents expressed the same opinion, according to the poll. Overall, 71 percent of voters in Iowa and 73 percent of New Hampshire voters believe the federal government Read more […]

The Slippery Slope to Obergefell: The Same-Sex Marriage Bait and Switch

If you thought same-sex marriage was the terminal goal for homosexual activists, you haven’t been paying attention. The homosexual agenda has always employed a great deal of bait and switch. In other words, it baits supporters with a false narrative, then reveals its true nature only after it is too late—or when the false narrative has outlived its usefulness. Inevitably, when you start to talk about the collateral effects of the march to homosexual “equality,” someone will start blathering Read more […]

Are We Witnessing the End of the Church’s Tax-Exempt Status?

For all the talk of separation of church and state, it seems most people don’t understand that concept cuts both ways. Most people think it means that the church should have no influence on the state, not vice versa. And in the wake of the same-sex marriage ruling, some commentators are calling for the end of the church’s tax-exempt status: Defenders of tax exemptions and deductions argue that if we got rid of them charitable giving would drop. It surely would, although how much, we can’t Read more […]

Legislating Immorality: The Supreme Court Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage

In a sweeping, controversial, landmark, [other superlatives] decision, the Supreme Court has struck down all state bans on same-sex marriage. Some are celebrating. Some are waiting for the brimstone. I don’t know if anyone is all that surprised. The majority opinion, written by Anthony Kennedy with the support of Sotomayor, Ginsburg, Kagan, and Breyer, employs some lofty sentiments and high-wrought language, but it is ultimately nothing more than a glorified pat on its own back. We should all Read more […]

Patrick Stewart Backs the Beleaguered Bakers Crucified by Liberal Media

Occasionally even a Hollywood insider can use his brain and come to logically sound conclusions. Such is the case with Patrick Stewart, who recently came out in support of the Christian owners of Ashers Bakery in Oregon, who were recently fined for “discrimination”: Stewart argued that nobody should be forced to write specific text that they disagreed with. “It was not because it was a gay couple that they objected, it was not because they were celebrating some sort of marriage or an agreement Read more […]

Would a Ban on Marriage Licenses Fix the Same-Sex Marriage Problem?

The state of Alabama recently passed a law effectively repealing marriage licenses. According to the bill, the state would view marriages as contracts, but would have no control or authority on the question of marriage, as such: In an effort to resolve the issue in advance of a potential future in which same-sex marriages may be declared legal once again, Senate Bill 377 would remove the requirement that couples obtain a license from a probate judge and replace it instead with a contract process Read more […]

Same-Sex Marriage Study Forced to Retract Its Results

If you’ve been following the same-sex marriage debate, you’ve probably noticed a trend. In an effort to establish the legitimacy of their particular agenda, each side of the argument has released studies and statistics that support their view. But a recent same-sex marriage study published in Science (which has to be one of the most self-aggrandizing magazine titles of all time) is being forced to retract its findings. “Irregularities” became apparent in its data collection when a group Read more […]

The Many Informal Fallacies of the Same-Sex Marriage Debate

Both sides of the same-sex marriage debate trade rather heavily in logical fallacies. Yes, I said both sides. Of particular curiosity is that they often appeal to the same informal fallacies to argue opposite sides of the argument. It’s quite odd. Don’t believe me? Here’s a sampling. Appeal to Nature For same-sex marriage: Animals exhibit homosexual behavior. Therefore it is natural. So it’s right. Against same-sex marriage: Men having sex with men isn’t natural. So it’s wrong. Appeal Read more […]

Will the Supreme Court Force States to Accept Same-Sex Marriage?

Short answer: probably. The Supreme Court heard arguments on same-sex marriage yesterday, and I find it improbable they will come down on the side of states’ rights for this issue. For two-and-a-half hours — more than twice as long as a typical oral argument — the justices weighed two questions: Does the Constitution require states to license marriages between people of the same sex, and, if not, must states at least recognize lawful same-sex marriages performed in other states? The conservative Read more […]

Teen Girl and her Dad Want to Get “Married,” Move to NJ where Incest is Legal

A Great Lakes area teen girl reconnected with her estranged dad. Both of them “fell in love” with each other, and now they want to get “married” and raise a family of their own. And no, they’re not planning on adopting kids either. They’re actually planning on having their own kids. And they’re not planning on telling their kids that their dad and maternal grandpa are the same person. (You ever heard that song “I’m My Own Grandpa?” I think we’re headed that direction.) A Read more […]

Homosexuals Already Beginning Fight for Same-Sex Divorce

I’m still laughing. And crying. Apparently a homosexual couple married in Iowa is being refused a same-sex divorce in Missouri. And they are bringing the case to the MO Supreme Court. Classic: The men were married in Iowa two years ago and tried to divorce in St. Louis County, but were told the court didn’t have jurisdiction because of Missouri’s ban on same-sex marriage. Missouri ACLU Executive Director Jeffrey Mittman argues that, especially in light of recent court rulings, that is no Read more […]

Human Rights Campaign Spending Millions to Brainwash Southern Christians

The Human Rights Campaign is not an accurate reflection of what the organization really stands for. They are not for human rights, but for the privileged rights of LGBT people. According to their website: “As the largest civil rights organization working to achieve equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans, the Human Rights Campaign represents a force of more than 1.5 million members and supporters nationwide — all committed to making HRC’s vision a reality.” “HRC Read more […]