Congress overwhelmingly passed and President Bill Clinton signed the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) in 1996, and there it rested peacefully on the law books until this year. Recent events are now placing the monkey squarely on the back of President … [Read more...] about Options For Dealing With Same-Sex Marriage Licenses
How many legs does a dog have if you call its tail a leg? That familiar fable, often attributed to Abe Lincoln, comes to mind when we contemplate the redefinition of marriage by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. In a 4-3 decision released … [Read more...] about Will Massachusetts Abolish Marriage?
Since the Massachusetts Supreme Court ruled in favor of same-sex marriages in Goodridge v. Dept. of Public Health, reporters have been asking presidential candidates for their comment. Their unresponsive answers reveal their hope that the issue will … [Read more...] about Why We Must Protect Marriage
Will Massachusetts, the cradle of American liberty, let four lawyers don the robes of oligarchy, override the wishes of the majority of the people, usurp the powers of their elected representatives, and sabotage the institution of marriage? Where is … [Read more...] about It’s Time To Rebuke The Judicial Oligarchy
Marriage Must Be Protected from the Judges Time to Rebuke Judicial Oligarchy Will Massachusetts, the cradle of American liberty, let four lawyers don the robes of oligarchy, override the wishes of the majority of the … [Read more...] about Marriage Must Be Protected from the Judges — December 2003
President Bush has proclaimed the week of October 12-18 as Marriage Protection Week because it's becoming clearer all the time that the institution of marriage needs protection against battering by the courts. The gay lobbyists have made it clear … [Read more...] about Marriage Must Be Protected From The Judges
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg recently joined Hillary Clinton, Janet Reno, anti-Pledge-of-Allegiance Judge Stephen Reinhardt, and other like-mined liberals and feminists to launch a new organization called the American Constitution … [Read more...] about Ginsburg Disdains The Lone Ranger
We Must Reform Border Policies As Congress returns to Washington this January, no business is more important than making our borders secure from potential terrorists. So much needs to be done, but a good start would be speedy passage … [Read more...] about We Must Reform Border Policies — January 2002
You've got to hand it to the National Education Association. The NEA's press people and spin artists know how to manipulate the news. The NEA got widespread national publicity by announcing on Independence Day that it was withdrawing its … [Read more...] about The Policy Behind The Controversy
While the education debate in Congress revolves around standards, testing, accountability and spending, 3,000 miles away on the Left Coast, very different factors have leapt to center stage. Santa Rosa (CA) High School held a "Week of … [Read more...] about Guess What’s Going On In School!