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 Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear a case for marriage equality. A case that could be a landmark case bringing full marriage equality to the country. 44 more words


Pray for the Supreme Court As They Address Gay Marriage

This week the Supreme Court will hear arguments that may lead to the overturning of the definition of marriage as being an institution between one man and one woman. 446 more words

Perspective - "Lifestyle choice"

If only the people who are up in arms about homosexuality would get a sense of perspective. How are the actions of two mutually consenting adults affecting them? 390 more words


Q&A: What's At Stake In Supreme Court Gay Marriage Arguments

By MARK SHERMAN/Associated Press

WASHINGTON (AP) – Just two years ago, the Supreme Court struck down part of the federal anti-gay marriage law that denied a range of government benefits to legally married same-sex couples. 1,098 more words


Is Gay Marriage Won if Mom Won't Attend?

By Joel P. Engardio

Republican candidates for president were recently asked if they would attend a gay wedding.

Ted Cruz dodged the question, saying he’s never been invited to one.  618 more words

Joel Engardio

Sen. Cruz repeats opposition to same sex marriage

WAUKEE, Iowa (AP) — Texas Senator Ted Cruz says he’s always been clear about his opposition to gay marriage — and a recent fundraiser hosted by two gay businessmen was no exception. 128 more words


"White Evangelical Voters Are A Fickle Lot": Giving The "Gays, Guns, And God" Bloc Reason To Stay Home In 2016

For the 2004 presidential election, political strategist Karl Rove resolved to avoid a too-close-to-call repeat of the 2000 contest. He believed as many as 4 million white evangelical voters failed to show up in the race between George W. 903 more words