BREAKING: Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals rules Virginia’s gay marriage ban unconstitutional!

About a half hour ago the U.S. Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that Virginia’s same-sex marriage ban violates the Constitution.  How many consecutive federal court victories now?  I lose track it’s so many.  That’s a lot of…*ahem*…activist judges. Anyway, Virginia’s gay marriage ban is history.  No word yet on if a stay will be [Read More...]

BREAKING: Alaska Supreme Court rules same-sex partners entitled to survivor benefits.

Because of the ban on same-sex marriage in Alaska, the surviving partner in same-sex couples were not entitled to survivor benefits.  The state’s Supreme Court just ruled unanimously that this is unconstitutional: The Alaska Supreme Court today ruled unanimously that the same-sex partner of a person killed on the job should have access to the [Read More...]

Sandy Rios: FBI agents dressed in drag are coming.

Man, thank god for Sandy Rios.  While you may have thought that Obama’s executive order forbidding the federal government from employing companies that discriminate was all about equality, think again!  It was subtle, which is probably why nobody noticed, but it also set the stage for drag-wearing FBI agents to come for the Christians. Sandy [Read More...]

Christian group fasting to stop gay marriage: participants can eat.

Apparently prayer alone wasn’t enough, a Virginia anti-gay group has decided to add fasting to its list of activities that don’t change anything to be performed while boasting of changing the world: The Virginia-based Family Foundation announced a coordinated fast earlier this month, in order to influence the US Supreme Court into rejecting same-sex marriage [Read More...]

Father on why young people, specifically, are rejecting religion.

Father linked to a good article this morning from, of all places, my conservative hometown paper.  The article discusses the implication for a society that is less religious than ever, and only becoming more so: The decline in religiosity is especially telling. When one considers how theistic beliefs typically are passed down from generation to [Read More...]

Head of NOM doesn’t like Obama’s executive order either.

Brian Brown, the head of the National Organization for Marriage (a hate group), doesn’t care for Obama’s executive order either, and he’s got all kinds of doom-sayin’ ready to go, almost all of which has no bearing on the actual executive order.  But it sure sounds scary.  Booooooooo!  (H/T to Joe My God): “The fact [Read More...]

Bryan Fischer is not happy about Obama’s equality order.

Bryan Fischer took to twitter to express his outrage about Obama’s anti-discrimination order which prohibits companies that work for the federal government from discriminating against gay people.  Apparently if you don’t let Christians discriminate against gay people, you’re oppressing the Christians. Sexual deviancy?  Deviant in regards to what?  How Bryan Fischer thinks people should have [Read More...]

Family Research Council not happy with Obama’s anti-discrimination order.

I’ll just post the FRC’s press release about the executive order Obama signed today forbidding companies who work for the federal government from discriminating against LGBT people.  My thoughts, as I read the release are in red: Today, President Obama issued an Executive Order mandating that all federal contractors and subcontractors grant special treatment to [Read More...]

Michael Sam receives Arthur Ashe Courage Award.

Michael Sam, the Rams defensive end who made waves by coming out as gay while playing D1 college football at Mizzou, received the Arthur Ashe Courage Award a couple nights ago.  His speech definitely, most certainly, did not make me cry, for I am tough.  So tough. It makes me so happy when I get [Read More...]

BREAKING: Obama’s executive order protecting LGBT will NOT have religious exemptions!

Hell yes!  So Monday Obama will sign an executive order that forbids federal contracts going to companies that discriminate against LGBT people.  Religious groups, in the wake of the Hobby Lobby ruling, have been pressuring Obama to add an exemption for religious groups.  Essentially they want him to say organizations that work for the federal [Read More...]