Homosexuals and Feminists Actually Despise Women

Homosexuals like to buddy up with feminists, and both groups claim to be fighting for the equality of women and minorities and equal rights for oppressed and marginalized groups. Is that what they are actually accomplishing? No. They are both fighting for the same thing, but it’s not what they claim. Both groups are actually […]

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Is Kim Davis a Martyr or a Malefactor?

Yesterday, I wrote about Kim Davis, the Rowan County clerk who has refused to issue marriage licenses of any kind since the June Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage. Yesterday, I asked the question of whether Davis was a hero or a hypocrite, since she herself has been married four times. Since I wrote that […]

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Is Kim Davis a Hero or a Hypocrite?

In Rowan County Kentucky, a county clerk is facing stiff penalties for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Her name is Kim Davis, and she’s become some kind of a hero in conservative circles. I too am in the camp cheering her on. But perhaps not for the same reasons as other conservatives. […]

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The Slippery Slope to Obergefell: The Same-Sex Marriage Bait and Switch

If you thought same-sex marriage was the terminal goal for homosexual activists, you haven’t been paying attention. The homosexual agenda has always employed a great deal of bait and switch. In other words, it baits supporters with a false narrative, then reveals its true nature only after it is too late—or when the false narrative […]

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Would a Ban on Marriage Licenses Fix the Same-Sex Marriage Problem?

The state of Alabama recently passed a law effectively repealing marriage licenses. According to the bill, the state would view marriages as contracts, but would have no control or authority on the question of marriage, as such: In an effort to resolve the issue in advance of a potential future in which same-sex marriages may […]

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Same-Sex Marriage Study Forced to Retract Its Results

If you’ve been following the same-sex marriage debate, you’ve probably noticed a trend. In an effort to establish the legitimacy of their particular agenda, each side of the argument has released studies and statistics that support their view. But a recent same-sex marriage study published in Science (which has to be one of the most […]

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The Many Informal Fallacies of the Same-Sex Marriage Debate

Both sides of the same-sex marriage debate trade rather heavily in logical fallacies. Yes, I said both sides. Of particular curiosity is that they often appeal to the same informal fallacies to argue opposite sides of the argument. It’s quite odd. Don’t believe me? Here’s a sampling. Appeal to Nature For same-sex marriage: Animals exhibit […]

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