Here's How 9 Predictions About Gay Marriage Turned Out
Chick-fil-A same-sex marriage controversy - Wikipedia
Posted May 28, We are told there are those in favour of same-sex marriage, and then there are the bigots. But allow me to make the case for traditional marriage as being between one man and one woman, writes Michael Jensen. The passing of the Irish referendum on same-sex marriage has triggered a round of Australian advocates announcing that it is now "our turn". New Zealand, and we ought to get with the programme. He has said:. It's time for our laws to reflect the values of modern Australia and to include everyone as equals
I oppose same-sex marriage (and no, I'm not a bigot)
When you cover a beat, you get to know the good guys and the bad guys. If you don't have strong opinions about who's who, you're probably not doing your job. Dave Weigel covers birthers, Birchers, teabaggers, and other movement conservatives for the Washington Post.
The stark warning from Alito stood apart from the opinions of the three other dissenting judges , who mostly avoided discussing the merits of gay marriage itself, opting for more legalistic complaints about what they believe should have been the limits of judicial power. In an unusual move, all four justices opposed to the ruling provided individual dissenting opinions. His position on the same-sex marriage decision was more in keeping with that of Republicans, who maintain that the vexed question of gay marriage should be determined by states. Rather, his dispute was with the role of the court itself, which he portrayed as having overstepped its authority in a highly undemocratic fashion. Like the other justices, Roberts largely skirted the debate over the wisdom of same-sex marriage itself, although his dissent did contain some references to the historically rooted tradition of marriage between a man and a woman.