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Yes, yes, it’s those damned social cons who ruined everything

Ace has decided to dump on us social conservatives again: I’m sick of pretending I don’t think it’s weird that people are still wigging out over the idea that some people are attracted to the same sex, and are still pushing some sort of “political” agenda about this, like we need a governmental fix to […]

Coulter vs. Rove

Ann Coulter thinks Karl Rove’s no campaign genius: If Rove is “the architect” — as Bush called him in his acceptance speech — then he is the architect of high TV ratings, not a Republican victory. By keeping the race so tight, Rove ensured that a race that should have been a runaway Bush victory […]

As plain as the nose on your face

Why do I oppose gay “marriage”? Not because I’m homophobic. Not because I hate homosexuals. Not because I’m a closeted homosexual. Not because I’m stupid. Not because I’m mean. Not because my right-wing overlords commanded me to. All of those accusations are baseless. The reasons I oppose it are straightforward and obvious. I oppose gay […]

Tactics for opposing gay “marriage”

If you’re not a Christian, you might find this post mildly interesting, but it probably won’t tickle your gray cells much. Most of you Christians out there trying to argue against gay “marriage” need to understand my point and adjust your approach. Dr. Dobson over at Focus On The Family has posted excerpts from his […]

Senate to vote on gay “marriage”

In her essay More Than a “Lifestyle Choice”, Jennifer Marshall notes that the Senate is finally getting around to addressing gay “marriage” by voting on the Federal Marriage Amendment. Now if only my two Senators, Mike Dewine and George Voinovich, would get off their noncommittal butts and vote “yes” on S.J.RES.30. I’ll be in touch, […]

Why stop with gay marriage?

Hat tip: Frank Beckwith Same-sex “marriage” is now legal in Massachusetts. Since the old definition of marriage, “one man and one woman”, has been thrown out in favor of “two men … or two women … or one man and one woman”, I have a question. If marriage is that easy to redefine, then how […]