Rand Paul, fresh from his filibuster of the Patriot Act, went onto “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” where Stewart inevitably wanted to talk about gay marriage and Christian bigotry. “Don’t they sell cakes to sinners all the time?” Stewart asked, “Adulterers.
Watch Jeb Bush defend the little guy here in the fight against the full wrath of gay equality. Too many insiders have concluded from the Indiana debacle that religious liberty is not a defensible line. I would say, rather, it is not
Last session, the Georgia House refused to pass a state RFRA (Religious Freedom Restoration Act), despite intense pressure from the base, after Coca-Cola and other iconic corporations weighed in against the bill—pitting, in an intense new way, the corporate wing of the
The New York Times is proud of creating a little, minor media problem for Cruz by reporting he changed his “tone” talking to some gay folks at a fundraiser in New York. We need to have better measures of a candidate than this.
According to Bloomberg, Ted Cruz has introduced two pieces of legislation, a constitutional amendment backed by a bill stripping courts of authority to rule on marriage until the amendment passes: Cruz’s legislation would establish a constitutional amendment shielding states that define marriage as between
Gov. Jindal has taken to the most prominent enemy territory he can find, the op-ed pages of the old grey lady herself, to say: “no retreat baby, no surrender”*: In Indiana and Arkansas, large corporations recently joined left-wing activists to bully elected
In Louisiana, Bobby Jindal is supporting a Marriage and Conscience Act which would prevent the government from denying any benefit, business license, or tax deduction because of a conscientious belief about marriage. I haven’t analyzed the language, but this bill at least appears to be