Kim Davis Challenges Kentucky Governor Over Marriage Licenses

There’s more court drama in the case of Kentucky clerk Kim Davis, but for once she’s the one filing a lawsuit.  Davis is suing Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear, who she claims caused her legal troubles by using authority beyond his office: The day the Supreme Court effectively legalized gay marriage in June, Beshear sent a letter to the state’s 120 county clerks directing them to issue licenses. Davis on Thursday complained that in doing so he “commandeered” county clerk’s offices and “usurped control of Kentucky marriage law.” Davis stopped issuing licenses altogether. Four couples sued Davis, elected clerk as a

Demand the Government Free Kim Davis!

A federal judge just put Kim Davis, the Kentucky clerk, in jail for refusing to marry same-sex couples. If you admire her courage and willingness to sacrifice for her beliefs; agree this jailing is a waste of taxpayer money; and want a better, more generous and tolerant solution to gay marriage conflicts, sign the petition below to Gov. Steve Beshear of Kentucky. Governor, call a Special Session and permit gay marriage dissenters to step aside. Let everyone be free to live as they choose. UPDATE: Kim Davis has been freed!