Behind every great man, there’s an incredibly astonished woman.
The post-Obergefell assault on religious beliefs undermines a fundamental American principle
Jeff Gordon brings back the rainbow
‘Simply an attempt to manufacture some drama’
‘I suspect this is going to be the new normal’
‘We must turn back’
‘People of faith can take no comfort in the treatment they receive from the majority today’
Republican says he prefers civil unions
But a divide is forming on what to do now
All can marry now
States’ rights on marriage are effectively dead.
If the Court endorses the Obama agenda redefining marriage the social and religious fallout will be immense.
If the Court doesn’t go all-out for overturning marriage, will Hillary pledge to appoint justices who will take the plunge?
‘I’m just disappointed.’
‘Clergy do not have the option of treating the teachings of the Church as an a la carte menu’
Deep in her autumn years, 67-year-old candidate finally embraces gay marriage
‘There was no data, and no plausible way of getting the data’
The country, like President Obama, has mostly “evolved” on gay rights.
Many believe gay marriage is ‘the side of justice Jesus would be on’
‘Rather refreshing actually’