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The furtherance of the homosexual agenda is now even more important than the freedom to remain silent. Continue reading
Legislation can’t make these marriages, anymore than legislation could hold back tides, reverse aging, or give us snow in July. Continue reading
Sometimes, if you have been given nowhere else to go, you might decide those “clowns” aren’t so silly after all. Continue reading
Marriage has a history and a future. Parliament? It has a history, anyway — it has made itself foolish and been mocked before. Continue reading
One way we speak is our vote, and Christians should speak (verbally and vote-ally) against candidates who openly endorse wickedness, even if we can’t trust their opponents to govern righteously…. Sometimes, even if we don’t want to vote “Yes” for one candidate, we have to vote “No” against his opponent. Continue reading
Nick Clegg, or (if he is to believed) someone in his office who hasn’t yet been forced to fall on his/her sword to save the Deputy Prime Minister’s blushes, decided that it was a good idea to label those opposed to “gay marriage” as bigots. Continue reading