Homosexual Marriage: SCOTUS Wounds Christian Culture

By allowing Lower Courts to override state governments by imposing homosexual marriage, the Supreme Court has detonated a nuclear warhead in the culture war. People are acting like yesterday’s Supreme Court decision was a “surprise.” The only thing surprising was that they had enough votes (or too few votes) so that the cases could be refused. Other than that, it was completely predictable. It was the best way for the Supreme Court to fasten homosexual marriage onto the culture. Consider Read more […]

Federal Judge Decriminalized Polygamy

Oh, and did you hear: A Utah Federal judge decriminalized polygamy. The ride into Hell just got culturally much bumpier. NPR reports, The case is high profile partly because the suit was brought forth by the Brown family, the stars of the TLC show Sister Wives. It’s also important because as it works its way through the appeals process, it has the potential to become a landmark. As the Salt Lake Tribune reads the decision, U.S. District Judge Clark Waddoups says the part of the law that Read more […]

Chuck Hagel’s Dictatorship Defied: 6 States Refuse To Submit National Guard To Federal Pansex Regime

Chuck Hagel has accused six states of violating Federal law and spreading prejudice. The “Federal law” is his own made-up belief in his own made-up authority to impose his made-up definition of marriage on states that don’t believe in his authority to overturn their state laws. The “prejudice” is an insane thought control campaign where the US government is demanding that all Christians spit on the authority of King Jesus and the Bible, and pretend that men and women are interchangeable Read more […]

Huffington Post Helps to Rewrite Homosexual History

Finding justification for perversion is a full time job these days. Consider John Boswell, an admitted homosexual who died from AIDS. For years Boswell had been trying to prove that homosexuality is supported by the Bible. He tried to make a case for homosexuality in his poorly argued Christianity, Social Tolerance, and Homosexuality (see my critique here). Boswell entered the debate a second time in 1994 with Same-Sex Unions in Premodern Europe. In this bit of revisionist historiography, Boswell Read more […]

Cornel West Upset With Obama’s Homosexual Favoritism

Cornel West is upset. Nothing new there. But I find it humorous what he’s upset about now. Apparently, black people are getting “pushed to the back of the bus” as Obama spends the lion’s share of his time supporting the homosexual cause. Yawn. “Pushed to the back of the bus”? Racial issues aren’t being “put on the back burner.” No, that’s not racially charged enough. If you’re not talking enough about how much black people have suffered, you’re obviously just as bad as Read more […]

Supreme Court Does Not Have Authority to Redefine Marriage

The U.S. Supreme Court is expected any day to release opinions on two landmark cases (Hollingsworth v. Perry and U.S. v. Windsor) that, should the court overstep its authority, threaten great violence to the age-old institution of marriage – society’s fundamental cornerstone. Also at stake is the high court’s already fragile legitimacy. Lest there be any doubt as to where the Bible-believing Christian community stands, scores of Christian leaders and clergy – Catholic, Orthodox and Read more […]

Changing Definitions Doesn’t Change Reality

I’ve decided to change the name and definitions of some words and thus their meaning. Anyone having a problem with it or tells me I can’t is a bigot, racist, homophobe, etc. From now on, the word dog will be asteroid, because I’ve always wanted to walk an asteroid. Wow, that was easy. Let’s do another. I will change the word walk to can opener.Why? Because I want to. Ok, this is working so well, let’s do one more. Let’s change crap to Obama. Now let us use them in a sentence. “Son. make sure when Read more […]

What Americans Really Believe about Homosexual Marriage

In light of the Supreme Court hand-picking the issue of homosexual marriage this week – an issue that has been settled by our Creator, the laws of our republic and the righteous compliance of the American people – I thought it was important to ask where the American people are deriving the belief that radical homosexual marriage is accepted by a majority of our citizens. Fact: At least 33 states have voted down homosexual marriage. During the state’s Proposition 8 battle, 7 million Californians Read more […]

The Supreme Court Has Been Co-Opted by Public Opinion

Don’t be fooled by the seemingly skeptical questioning about legalizing homosexual marriage by the Supreme Court Justices. Some of them could be setting us up. We heard similar skepticism when ObamaCare came before the court. We might end up with another 5–4 Roberts-led decision. His lesbian cousin might tip it for him. Then there are the polls. “Roughly 49% now say they support gay marriage, with 44% opposed. By contrast, 10 years ago, 58% of Americans opposed gay marriage and just 33% Read more […]

‘Marriage Equality’ Spells ‘Marriage Extinction’

Next week the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on the most critical cases of our time related to marriage equality. On Tuesday, March 26, attorneys will make the pitch both for and against California’s Proposition 8. This, of course, is the Golden State’s pro-marriage amendment. It maintained the timeless definition of natural marriage as between man and wife. Then, on Wednesday, March 27, the high court will consider the constitutionality of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), Read more […]

Polygamy Will be Next (And Much More)

There is nothing in our current legal system or  national moral climate that will stop polygamy from becoming the next liberal cause: “Redefining marriage to include same-sex couples would jettison the rationale and logic behind prohibitions on polygamous marriages, according to several friend-of-the court briefs urging the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold the traditional definition of marriage. “‘Ultimately, there is no principled basis for recognizing a legality of same-sex marriage without Read more […]

Would Sen. Rob Portman Support Stealing if His Son was a Thief?

Rob Portman an Ohio Senator is the first Republican in the Senate to support homosexual marriage. In 1996, Portman voted for the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), which prohibits federal recognition of same-sex marriage. Three years later he voted to bar homosexual couples in Washington, D.C., from adopting. Why did he suddenly change his position? Because one of Rob Portman’s sons said that he was a homosexual. His son told him that he’s always “felt” this way. Keep in mind that everybody Read more […]