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Four Same-Sex Marriage Questions Americans Must Answer

Four Same-Sex Marriage Questions Americans Must Answer

This summer’s US Supreme Court ruling on DOMA and California’s Proposition 8 has tossed the issue of same-sex marriage back to the states [read on OCR here & here]. This means that Ohioans (indeed, all Americans) must revisit the legitimacy of the sincere claims of same-sex partners who want their unions to be recognized as

The Marriage Decisions and the Death of Reason

If you celebrated the marriage decisions handed down by the Supreme Court yesterday, you are a socialist, a deviant who believes “if it feels good, do it!”, a crass enemy of all that is good who needs to remember that God made Adam and Eve not Adam and Steve! Did that sound harsh? Did that

SCOTUS: Supreme Inconsistency

Before today the Supreme Court of the United States had issued no rulings regarding homosexual marriage.  Today it issued two. As I kept my eye on internet news sources and watched for tweets that would indicate the outcomes, I first saw the ruling on the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). While I was disappointed in