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 […]

Transgender is the New Gay

Most of us knew this day was coming. We warned homosexual activists that the path toward “gay” “marriage” would open up a Pandora’s box of social issues with none but an arbitrary legal boundary. Well, apparently it’s already begun, even before the gay marriage issue has been resolved. What’s next? According to TIME magazine, the transgender issue is “America’s next civil rights frontier.” What this means is that, even before homosexuals have gained “equal” status in society, Read more […]

Mozilla, Homosexuals, and Liberal Legislation of Morality

Before he was the new CEO (and now the ex-CEO) for Mozilla (the company behind the Firefox web browser), Brendan Eich made a personal donation to support Proposition 8—the legislation in California intended to define marriage as between one man and one woman. And when homosexual activists found out about it, they decided to boycott Mozilla’s products. And eventually, Eich stepped down. Mr. Eich tried to respond to the controversy by explaining that his personal beliefs did not impinge on Read more […]