Yesterday the Supreme Court heard oral arguments on whether the prohibition of same sex marriage by some States was Constitutional. Millennia was used to describe how long the world has considered marriage a union between one man and one woman. 315 more words
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Federalist visionaries have decided for the American people what their neighborhoods should look like. A major reform policy known as Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing (AFFH) has made progressive strides in integrating city minorities into white suburbs. 479 more words
The American forefathers, anti-federalists, confederates, and the populists fought for religious liberty and personal freedoms. Sodomy laws are going national and have violated the very rights these people spent their whole lives defending. 469 more words
Bill Kaufman describes the problem:
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We are, today, subjects of an empire, not citizens of a republic. The idea of “citizenship” has been diluted from one of membership in an organic body in which each person matters, takes part in civic affairs, to the current condition, in which you are a cog in a machine, just another brick in the wall.
Apparently not. In response to a federal judge’s diktat imposing same-sex “marriage,” thereby overturning the will of the people of the state, North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory, speaking at the Charlotte Motor Speedway on Saturday, issued this… 84 more words