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NOM Thinks It Can Undo Pennsylvania Marriage Equality
May 23, 2014
Oh, those sweet sad dummies at NOM are breaking our hearts. They really think they still have a shot at winning, the poor things. Even after losing pretty much every single fight since 2012, they're still thumping their chests and making bold declarations like victory is right around the corner. Any day now. more . . . .
 
Is US Marriage Equality Unstoppable?
May 21, 2014
The cascade of same-sex marriage rulings is now a torrent, each more quotable and image-ready than the last. "Let us look less to the sky to see what might fall; rather, let us look to each other...and rise," District Judge Michael McShane wrote Monday in Oregon. Not to be outdone, District Judge John E. Jones III--a George W. Bush appointee, personally recommended by Rick Santorum--wrote Tuesday in Pennsylvania: "We are a better people than what these [marriage] laws represent, and it is time to discard them into the ash heap of history." more . . . .
 
Marriage Equality Opponents Are Losing the War
May 19, 2014
Dear Opponents of Equality, more . . . .
 
Even Conservative Judges Can't Deny Marriage Equality
May 18, 2014
Who would have thought, just a few years ago, that the states on the vanguard of marriage equality would be the deepest red states? But here we are: From December's decision in Utah to the past two weeks in Arkansas and now Idaho, we've seen a string of a dozen decisions, largely in red and purple states, each declaring bans of same-sex marriage to be unconstitutional. more . . . .
 
Judges Are Ready for Marriage Equality - Are the People?
May 17, 2014
This has been a big, historic week for gay marriage in America. On Saturday, Arkansas issued its first same-sex marriage licenses following a ruling that overturned the state's ban. On Tuesday, an Idaho judge struck down the state's constitutional prohibition against gay unions; the first wedding ceremonies will take place today. And on Wednesday, a federal appeals court heard oral arguments in Bostic v. Schaefer, the highly anticipated challenge to the same-sex-marriage prohibition in Virginia. more . . . .
 
 
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