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Judges Have to Be Neutral?

Prop 8 proponents are very upset that Judge Vaughn Walker, who ruled Prop 8 (outlawing same sex marriage) was unconstitutional, has revealed himself to be in a committed long-term same-sex relationship. They think he should have excused himself from the … Continue reading

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Iowans Vote Out Pro-Gay Marriage Justices

Change these words: Her friend and neighbor Cathy Hackett, 38, took the opposite view. “I voted no for every single one of them,” said Ms. Hackett, a customer sales representative who described herself as a conservative Christian. “I’m not anti-gay. … Continue reading

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Dear Ross Douthat, You Make No Sense

Same topic, different pundit, similar casuistry. Ross Douthat of the NYT: In this landscape, gay-marriage critics who fret about a slippery slope to polygamy miss the point. Americans already have a kind of postmodern polygamy available to them. It’s just … Continue reading

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Dear David Frum, Please Be Clearer

The harm feared from same-sex marriage has already arrived: Whether same-sex marriage is accepted or not, opposite-sex marriage as a norm and expectation has already collapsed. CNN opinion piece, typical stuff on research showing children with two parents until 18 … Continue reading

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