Tag Archives: Marriage

Two days

During the past 48 hours, we have learned that the Uganda legislature has passed what is one of the most draconian anti-civil rights bills targeting sexual minorities in the world – bookended between announcements that two more US states – … Continue reading

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Some people will just never be happy.

I wouldn’t have thought that the dissembling by the anti-marriage crowd could get worse when they had to admit that Utah’s polygamy law wasn’t really overturned after all, but it just did. The following arrived from Citizen Link: It’s what … Continue reading

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Another day, another painfully dumb lie

Because what else can they do, really? ACTIVIST JUDGE LEGALIZES POLYGAMY, JUST AS WE WARNED, screams the latest email from certified hate group “American Family Association” (mainly known at this time of year for their lucrative “war on Christmas” scam, … Continue reading

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The intellectual dishonesty behind the Elane Photography case

After reading the New Mexico Supreme Court opinion in Elane Photography v. Willock, I’m now convinced that Vanessa Willock and Misti Collinsworth were prescient about the right wing strategy of redefining religious liberty, and absolutely correct to file their discrimination … Continue reading

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Easter and Equality in Marriage

The reflection What does Equality in Marriage have to do with Marriage Equality? was delivered Sunday, April 28 at St. James United Church of Christ by David Weintraub. Revelation 21:1-6 A New Heaven and a New Earth Then I saw … Continue reading

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What a surprise, religious liberty is alive and well

Have you all noticed that there is very little complaining on the anti-gay fringe about the ongoing avalanche of changes to public policy in the wake of the Supreme Court ruling on DOMA? The Department of Defense now extends full … Continue reading

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A sci-fi version of “tolerance”

With the recent Supreme Court ruling, the gay marriage issue becomes moot. The Full Faith and Credit clause of the Constitution will, sooner or later, give legal force in every state to any marriage contract recognized by any other state. … Continue reading

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