Posts Tagged ‘Defense of Marriage Act’


Roundup: Gay Marriage and the Supreme Court

On Wednesday, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the federal Defense of Marriage Act in a 5 to 4 ruling.  The law, which was signed in 1996 by then President Bill Clinton, recognized only marriages between one man and one woma...
by Craig Robinson


Lest We Be Fooled

Last week was a tough one for conservatives across the country.  First, we had to endure the cat-scratching of the RNC over the incredibly misguided Growth and Opportunity Project report and then we had to feel the full heat o...
by Sam Clovis

Culture War

Ung: Social Conservatives Must Engage Culture War More, Not Less

As the nation wonders whether the Supreme Court will, or should, make a sweeping ruling on the issue of homosexual marriage, Matthew Ung, of the Woodbury County Republican Executive Committee, weighs in for social conservatives...
by Matthew Ung



Gay Marriage Advocates Want More Than Just Marriage Rights

By Craig Robinson As Christians prepare to celebrate the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ later this week, the United States Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments in two cases pertaining to the legality of gay marriage....
by Craig Robinson


The Most Insignificant List EVER

By Craig Robinson Eighty or so Republican operatives, former office holders or candidates, and government officials have signed an amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court case regarding the constitutionality of the federal Defen...
by Craig Robinson



Judicial Rants

By Nathan Tucker In its 2009 Varnum decision, a unanimous Iowa Supreme Court discovered a right to gay marriage in the state’s constitution.  Disgusted, two years ago Iowa voters took the unprecedented step of removing the t...
by Nathan W. Tucker