Tweet Okay, I admit it. I’m easy. Call me “winsome” and write a thoughtful, well-informed, interesting article about the continuing resonance abortion has on the political process — even if it did not serve as the centerpiece of this last political campaign — and of course I’m going to link to the article. In this [...]
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Tweet A few months ago, the California Supreme Court overruled the will of the California voters and announced that gay marriage was a fundamental right. The voters responded by changing the California Constitution to state that, in California, marriage is between one man and one woman. As you know, if it were up to me, [...]
Tweet I’ve been finding very disturbing the intense hostility that conservatives direct against John McCain. So much so that I wrote a very long rant on the subject, which American Thinker was kind enough to publish and which I reprint below: Perhaps because I’m a neocon, and not a dyed-in-the-wool, native-born conservative, I look at [...]
Tweet Marriage is not, and never has been, a personal right. In Western society, it operates at two levels. First, it functions at a religious level. This is a deeply personal level, because in every religion, marriage is, or is equivalent to, a sacrament. In America, you have the Constitutional right to be married in [...]