It’s not insane. It’s not stupid. It’s about principles of sovereignty, rule of law, and ordered immigration.
Religious liberty is not an indulgence a superior gives to his inferiors, toleration for practices and beliefs he regards as repugnant, as one tolerates one’s in-laws.
The Texas Supreme Court has struck down a requirement that hair threaders undergo 710 hours of entirely useless training to get licenses. Of course, progressives complain.
Nothing in the Kennedy opinion offers any assurance that the religious beliefs and practices of the shrinking religious minority who are opposed to same-sex marriage will be respected by the Supreme Court.
The gay lobby’s decision to seek a decisive nationwide resolution in the courts on equality-based grounds has encouraged the most divisive possible method of implementing same-sex marriage.
Because every marriage statute discriminates about which relationships to condone, legalizing gay marriage only shifts the discrimination applied.
The misogyny of the LGBT movement flings women backward to a dark era, when the rule was prejudice against single mothers and unintended pregnancy.
For a politics guided by constitutional definitions, not polls or power-plays.
The University of Texas still discriminates against white and Asian students in admissions because of race. A pending lawsuit could change that.
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