Pope Francis’s visit with the protesting Kentucky clerk highlights Kim Davis’s appeal to a higher law than ones the Supreme Court can adjudicate.
The question of whether Kim Davis violated the rule of law by refusing to issue marriage licenses depends on which law you cite.
Kim Davis may be taking her religious liberty too far. But she’s right that Obergefell is unjust.
Ted Cruz and even Kim Davis have a point when they say the Supreme Court as an institution needs to be challenged.
Kim Davis’s relative insignificance is exactly why she must be so thoroughly eviscerated.
The Kim Davis uproar in Kentucky shows how progressive totalitarians want the law enforced, just so long as they happen to like the law being enforced.
Stay tuned: Dred Scott II could be coming soon to a federal court near you.
Is it a coincidence that roughly the same Justices gave us both government mandated segregation and made soil the basis of citizenship?
Congress should stop acting like liberals who believe a new federal law can fix every problem.
Do explain why privatizing marriage won’t diminish freedom.
Gay marriage, we’ve been told, will not affect you. What a crock.
Bowe Bergdahl, the Army deserter who was released by the Taliban after Obama released five terrorists, was spotted at a California marijuana farm this week.
If gay-marriage supporters upheld lifelong monogamy, it would be very difficult for me to oppose them. But I’ve never heard one agree to that.
Nearly one year after Eric Garner was killed by a New York City police chokehold, the city has reached a $5.9 million settlement with Garner’s family.
The Girls creator praised her boyfriend for considering whether not to play music at a straight couple’s wedding because it would violate his conscience.
No, a legal “loophole” was not the reason the Charleston shooter was able to purchase a gun. Run-of-the-mill government incompetence was.
Abolishing civil marriage is the same-sex marriage endgame, so let the Dems own it, Rand Paul.
Progressive legal circles have warmly received Chief Justice John Roberts’ Obergefell v. Hodges dissent. That’s a problem.
At some point, the Fourth of July must return to being a day we remember why Americans believe in self-evident truths and self-government.
Love is love, except when a person loves their God and follows the tenets of their faith, evidently.
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