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02/19/2015

New low for 'Public Discourse': Conserv. site compares fifty-state marriage, fifty-state slavery

In Dred Scott v. Sandford (1857), a 7–2 majority on the United States Supreme Court held that African Americans are not American citizens and upheld slavery as being legal nationwide. In the United States v. Windsor (2013), a 5–4 majority...

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NOM trying to sell 'damage to families and society' as foregone conclusion

For years the National Organization for Marriage, as well as the frankly much more effective organizations that preceded it, have been trying to sell the idea that marriage equality would hurt people and families and countries and planets and billy...

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So do it, Alabama judge. Go ahead. Let's see it. Stop marriages. Poop or get off the pot

I'm so tired of certain Alabama judges dragging feet and making petulant threats. Latest: Alabama Supreme Court Justice Threatens To Abolish All Marriages In The State to Prevent Gays From Marrying [Towleroad] So go ahead, Judge Murdock. Stop all marriages...

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READ: Full text, signatories of offensive and hubristic 'Evangelicals and Catholics Together' statement

Rick Warren, Maggie Gallagher, Ryan Anderson, Robert George, and Rob Gagnon. Those are just some of the notable movement conservatives who have signed on to a new religious statement on marriage, the full text of which has finally been released....

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CNN poll: 63% of Americans respect same-sex couples' basic, fair, deserved civil rights

Inevitability: On another issue slated to come before the court this term, 63% of Americans say that gays and lesbians have a constitutional right to marry and have their marriages recognized by the law as valid. That's up from 49%...

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