The Marital Spectator
What happens when the Court rules on tales of love rather than rules of law.
Prime Minister Cameron finds himself at odds with leading figures of the established church.
What would Robert E. Lee think of its defense of same-sex marriage?
Maryland governor Martin O'Malley introduces a new argument for gay marriage.
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The federal government shouldn't defend marriage.
Contrary to the decision overturning Proposition 8, all Americans have standing in the marriage debate.
Surveying the scene fourteen years after the Defense of Marriage Act.
In a battle between civil-rights bureaucrats and black churches, D.C. residents seek a vote on same-sex marriage.
The South Carolina governor comes back tanned, rested, and adulterous.