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A photo capturing a same-sex marriage proposal has gone viral after the photographer accidentally recorded the reaction of an older lady in the background. Chicago resident Jessica Rodriguez she was so nervous about proposing to her partner Chelsea Miller that she didn’t notice the crowd gathered around them at the Art Institute of Chicago. It …

Tim Kaine opposed gay marriage until 2005 as a devout Roman Catholic but now sings a different tune. Kaine believes that gay marriage should now be celebrated and believes the Catholic Church may eventually change its mind, like he did. I personally find it funny that politicians change their stance to better fit their agenda. Personal convictions …

Judicial activism occurs when judges write subjective policy preferences into the law rather than apply the law impartially according to its original meaning. For an example of such, look no further than the Supreme Court.

One month after their video of a Kentucky clerk refusing to issue a marriage license went viral, gay partners David Ermold and David L. Moore returned to that same government office, cameras in tow, and filmed yet another rejection.

Supreme Court justices ought to be impeached because of their participation in legalizing same-sex marriage, “forget[ting] what Jesus said God said” about such relationships.

President Barack Obama hasn’t officially announced whether or not he’ll be visiting Kenya during his tour of East Africa on July 22 and 23. However, rumors have circulated that the Hawaiian-born politician with paternal roots in the country would make a stop — especially after a Kenyan Airways official allegedly leaked Obama’s itinerary. Whatever the case may be, the members of …

Former Democratic president and born-again Christian Jimmy Carter declared that he believes Jesus would embrace gay marriage. In support of this belief, flying in the fact of 2,000 years of scriptural and historical scholarship, Jimmy Carter cited noted theologian Jimmy Carter. Let’s take a look at some of the language Carter and host Marc Lamont Hill …

One Missouri county commission isn’t taking the Supreme Court’s gay marriage ruling well, voting to lower flags on two county buildings. The Salem News reported (and Riverfront Times confirmed) that Dent County Commissioners voted unanimously on this measure, which was described as Presiding Commissioner Darrell Skiles as a way to remind people about “this despicable Supreme …

Former president Jimmy Carter opined on HuffPost Live that he believe Jesus would approve of gay marriage, noting that it was just his “personal belief.” The one-term Democratic president noted that he was opposed to abortion, because he did not believe Jesus would approve. “Would Jesus approve gay marriage?” asked host Marc Lamont Hill. “I …

On June 26, 2015, the U.S. Supreme Court issued an opinion in the case of Obergefell v. Hodges, which concerned whether same-sex marriage is a right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Although the case did not address the right to bear arms, some pro-gun advocates began debating whether the Court’s reasoning and analysis had application …

“Natural law — God’s law — will always trump common law,” said Alveda King, niece of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and a Christian leader in her own right, “God will have the final word in this matter.” But, for now, Justice Anthony Kennedy has the final word. Same-sex marriage is the law of the …

When the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) ruled that every state must recognize same sex marriages, they used a basis for judgement that will not easily stop at same sex marriage. In fact, it is a basis for judgement that should offer itself to national reciprocity of concealed carry permits and permit holders. …

In an attempt to stir the rage that filled many conservatives, last week, Sarah Palin made an announcement calling for the impeachment of the Supreme Court justices who ruled in support of gay marriage. However, Fox News declined to renew her contract, so the recording of her announcement will probably never be aired. WASILLA, Alaska …

Washington D.C. is ground zero for political statements, but seldom do you see the White House doing a dance in the end zone, such as they are this evening. In the wake of the great Supreme Court victories of the week for Democrats, the White House is lit in rainbow colors. 4NBC Washington reports how the …

It’s not the same country anymore. With yesterday’s decision to uphold Obamacare subsidies, the Supreme Court starts the day, today, with another shocking ruling. In all 50 states, gay marriage is legal, according to at least 5 of the 9 justices. And so it stands. Justice Kennedy issued the ruling: Business Insider: Justice Anthony Kennedy …

Does Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) really stand for freedom? That was essentially the question CNN’s Dana Bash posed to the 2016 presidential candidate Sunday morning during an interview that also covered his prickly relations with female members of the media. Noting that part of his New Hampshire stump speech this past week was about people’s “right …

Former pastor Joshua Feuerstein wanted to test something out amid the controversy this week over religious freedom and business rights. He figured if business owners should be compelled not to discriminate against homosexuals, then businesses should also be compelled not to discriminate against anti-gay Christians. And so, on video, he recorded a phone conversation he …