Australian Postal Referendum Approves Gay Marriage

World | David Krayden
A man waves a rainbow flag while observing a gay pride parade in San Francisco, California June 28, 2015. REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage

‘And now it is up to us here in the parliament of Australia to get on with it.’

No, Lesbian Parents Are Not The ‘Ideal’

Opinion | David Benkof
Gay Pride Rally

Studies with only one possible result are worthless.

Dems Continue Waging Their Anti-Religion Jihad On Trump Judicial Nominees

Politics | David Krayden
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) speaks during a Senate committee meeting on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., U.S., April 3, 2017. REUTERS/Aaron P. Bernstein

‘There’s no question these views cast serious doubt on his ability to fairly enforce federal law…’

FAITH FILE: Censors Today May Be Censored Tomorrow

Opinion | Mark Tapscott

Burn your enemy at the stake today if you will but be warned: the ropes may keep you bound in the deadly flames tomorrow.

Christian Cakeshop Owner Threatened By Gay-Rights Activists

US | David Krayden
A wedding cake with statuettes of two men is seen during the demonstration in West Hollywood, California, May 15, 2008, after the decision by the California Supreme Court to effectively greenlight same-sex marriage. (GABRIEL BOUYS/AFP/Getty Images)

‘You pick up the phone, they’re already talking…’

Finally A Bright Conservative Idea From Canada

Opinion | David Krayden

Canadian medicare is an excellent system — if you’re in excellent heath.

Seattle Mayor Accused Of Raping Crack-Addicted Teen

US | David Krayden

‘I have been dealing with this for over 30 years.’

Judge Censured Because She Won't Sanction Same-Sex Marriages

US | David Krayden
Dwayne D. Beefe-Franqui (L) of Pensacola, Florida, holds on to his husband Jonathan as they stand on the front steps of the federal building waving a rainbow flag in protest of Rowan County clerk Kim Davis' arrival to attend a contempt of court hearing for her refusal to issue marriage certificates to same-sex couples, at the United States District Court in Ashland, Kentucky September 3, 2015. (REUTERS/Chris Tilley)

‘…couples seeking to be married have no right to insist on a particular official.’

I Was Bullied At High School For Expressing Conservative Views

| Emma Marcois

Without civil dialogue, we lose common solutions to problems and our shared sense of identity.

Federal Lawsuit Filed By Man Who Wants To Marry His Laptop

US | Mary Lou Lang

‘When you make gender irrelevant to a gender-based relationship you open Pandora’s box’

Rubio: The Supreme Court's Same-Sex Marriage Ruling Is 'Bad Law'

Elections | Steve Guest

‘I don’t think the current Constitution gives the federal government the power to regulate marriage’

Pope Francis Backs Kim Davis In Final Statement

World | Ivan Plis

‘If a government official is a human person, he has that right’

Rick Santorum: Americans Are No Longer 'Inspired' By Faith

Elections | Steve Guest

Said we need to protect the First Amendment

Jerry Brown Flouted Gay Marriage Law. Why Not A Kentucky Clerk?

Opinion | David Benkof

The Post never criticized Brown for his inaction on Proposition 8

Yes, Governor Huckabee, Gay Rights Are Civil Rights

Opinion | David Lampo

Mr. Huckabee’s vitriolic dismissal of any comparison between gay and black civil rights is shameful.

Bakery That Refused To Serve Lesbian Couple Raises Record Amount On Crowdfunding Site

US | Alexis Gulino
Getty Images/ Gabriel Bouys

‘The amount shows that Americans all over this country are acting on their beliefs…’

Christians Are Rising To The Challenge Of Protecting Religious Liberty

Opinion | John-Henry Westen

Only by standing together can Christians fight for liberty, as so many have in recent days.

What Else Are Libertarians Ahead Of The Curve On?

Opinion | Cory Massimino
(REUTERS/Gary Cameron)

It took four decades, but Americans finally caught up to libertarians in the fight for gay rights.

How To Beat The Supreme Court

Opinion | David W. New
Supporters of gay marriage rally after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Friday that the U.S. Constitution provides same-sex couples the right to marry at the Supreme Court in Washington June 26, 2015. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts

Instead of requiring a two thirds majority in Congress to propose an amendment, a simple majority will do.