Walt Kelley’s most famous quote, “we have met the enemy and he is us,” best illuminates how gay activists – a tiny percent of the population – have so successfully upended age-old understandings of gender and marriage.
Ted Olson and Tony Perkins on Fox News Sunday, 12 Oct 2014, debate Supreme Court’s decision not to consider gay marriage. (Copyrighted image. Use here in critical commentary is fair use.) How does the marriage of a single, same-sex couple damage the traditional marriage of the couple next door?
Good ideas are well-served by good illustrations and tonight Conan O’Brien will gift us with a great one. Conan O’Brien (left) and gay fiancés David Gorshein and Scott Cronick. O’Brien will reportedly perform Gorshein and Cronick’s wedding during tonight’s show. (Use of copyrighted material for critical commentary is fair use.)
Procreation is an obvious advantage of heterosexual marriage over same-sex unions. One objection though is that society approves of many heterosexual marriages in which procreation is not envisioned or even possible — so why not extend the same favor to gay and lesbian couples?
A couple of guys in a basement somewhere making a few counterfeit bills has a limited effect on the value of that twenty dollar bill in your wallet.
Feminism is no longer a prominent issue, not because it has gone away, but rather because it has triumphed to the point of being taken for granted.
According to Stanton and Maier, compassionate societies never create fatherless and motherless families … (my comments in parenthesis)