Gay Marriage

A Further Perspective

AMA: Marriage Is the Cure

By 11.18.09

But only in the case of gay marriage.

The Nation's Pulse

Divisive Unanimity

By 11.6.09

Same-sex marriage may be 0-31, but according to the media the public is divided.

Notre Dame Can’t Stay Out of the News

By on 10.16.09 | 12:40PM

Some Notre Dame alumni, faculty, and students are again irate at the administration, this time for sponsoring the Progressive Student Alliance's participation in last week's gay pride march/protest here in D.C.

I wasn't going to comment on it because it seems like inside baseball and not a big deal. But today the Washington Times reported on the incident:

Five students belonging to the school's Progressive Student Alliance were given an undetermined amount from the university's student activities fund - from fees assessed to students - to drive to Washington, bunk with friends and participate in the National Equality March last Sunday. Thousands of participants marched from the White House to the Capitol to support gay rights.

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Eminentoes

Bill Clinton ACTS UP

By 7.17.09

"Yeah," he supports gay marriage, foreshadowing Obama's eventual position.

The Obama Watch

Hard Knox

By 7.9.09

A convenient embarrassment to the Obama administration.

The Marital Spectator

D.C. Voting Rights

By 6.30.09

In a battle between civil-rights bureaucrats and black churches, D.C. residents seek a vote on same-sex marriage.

The Obama Watch

Fiends With Benefits

By 6.19.09

In another distressing example of heterophobia, Obama's gift to gay activists this week excludes opposite-sex sinners.

The Marital Spectator

Here Come the Churches

By 6.5.09

Is acceptance of same-sex unions inevitable in Mainline Protestantism?

Political Hay

Seesawing Same-Sex Marriage

By 6.4.09

What outcome of the marriage debate is inevitable? Maine and New Hampshire may show the way.

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