Annotated Bibliography on Three issues related to Same-Sex Marriage and its Redefinition

Comparing the Same-Sex Marriage debate to the American Civil Rights Movement is a Bad Analogy Marriage, Reason, and Religious Liberty: Much Ado About Sex, Nothing to Do with Race By Ryan T. Anderson, Ph.D. http://www.heritage.org/research/reports/2014/04/marriage-reason-and-religious-liberty-much-ado-about-sex-nothing-to-do-with-race “Whatever one’s views of marriage and however the state defines it, there is no compelling state interest in forcing all […]

An Open Letter To Cal Thomas

Dear Cal, I am writing this response to your September 12, 2015 article, “Two Kingdoms in Conflict Over Same-Sex Marriage” (found here: http://townhall.com/columnists/calthomas/2015/09/10/two-kingdoms-in-conflict-over-samesex-marriage-n2049901) I am making this a public letter to you not because you are the object of my opposition. In fact, your article was suggested to me recently and happens to be just […]

Why Hate Shouldn’t Be a Crime- by Greg Koukl

This article was written 8 years ago. It is an interesting and thought provoking perspective that seems to foreshadow where we are today regarding the push for more protected classes and more “anti-hate” and “anti-discrimination” laws. Article found at: http://townhall.com/columnists/gregorykoukl/2007/07/21/why_hate_shouldnt_be_a_crime/page/full Why Hate Shouldn’t Be a Crime Gregory Koukl | Jul 21, 2007 Senators Ted Kenney […]