Tuesday, December 10, 2013
announced the ten finalists for 2013 person of the year. Edith Windsor, of course, was the party before the Supreme Court in the landmark case, United States v. Windsor. Her tenacity resulted in the Court striking down Section 3 of DOMA which resulted in federal recognition of same-sex marriage.
Ms. Windsor's competitors include the Pope and the President of the United States.
According to National Organization for Marriage they are "striving" for GOP control of the U.S. Senate. Exactly how they intend to do so remains unexplained. Nevertheless, they are asking people to send them money (shocking, I know). Get this:
When the wrong people are elected to high office, they end up doing harm to our nation and to future generations. Not only are marriage and religious liberty in jeopardy, but President Obama has racked up unprecedented debt, is in the process of nationalizing the healthcare system, and has dramatically weakened our relations with key allies like Israel, while expressing sympathy for many of our enemies.Who writes this crap? Someone at WND? Not a single sentence in that paragraph is true. “…expressing sympathy for many of our enemies?” Seriously?
issue brief is as clear as the New York Times article that Burress is referring to. Last summer Burress claimed that the Supreme Court decisions in Hollingsworth v. Perry (Prop 8) and U.S. v. Windsor (DOMA) were victories in defense of marriage.
statement by Phillips:
My decision not to participate in the gay weddings is not motivated by politics, i.e., my rights, guaranteed by the first amendment to the U.S. Constitution, or a business decision, or hatred of gays, though I’ve been accused of all these and many other things. My decision is based solely on a desire to live my life in obedience to Him and His Word.
Friday, December 6, 2013
First off, Brian Brown wants everyone to know that they are at 40% of their year end goal of $1,000,000 so please send them more money to piss away on bloated salaries, payroll for people who aren't even working for NOM, expensive overseas trips to bolster Brian Brown's ego and to keep folks like Rev. Billy Owens on the payroll. Then there is this:
Thursday, December 5, 2013
merchant rating system for faith driven consumers. Companies are evaluated based on seven criteria:
- Pro-life (Sanctity of Human Life)
- Biblical Sexuality, Marriage and Family
- Non-pornographic Materials
- Wholesome Entertainment
- Social Responsibility / Philanthropy
- Corporate Responsibility
Wednesday, December 4, 2013
We really have come a very long way.