More Gay Marriage Articles

  • Judge to Ohio: Recognize out-of-state gay marriage

    A federal judge has ordered Ohio authorities to recognize the marriages of gay couples performed in other states.

  • Opposing government coercion is true 'price of citizenship'

    When I hear people talk about the Elane Photography case from New Mexico, I am reminded of a sign Jon Stewart held during his television show about restoring civility to public controversies: “I disagree with you, but I'm pretty sure you're not Hitler.” Stewart rightly criticized the...

  • Editorial cartoon: Mozilla interview

    Cartoon by Gary Varvel/Creators Syndicate.

  • 'Totalitarian temptation' seen in persecution of reporters, former Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich

    New York Times reporter James Risen -- not to be confused with Fox News reporter James Rosen -- is determined to protect the identity of a source. Risen and the Times have taken the case all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, which will deliver a verdict later this year.

  • 'Mozilla Monday': Outrage over CEO departure leads to boycott

    A boycott of the web browser Firefox is taking place Monday in response to the recent ouster of Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich. Called “Mozilla Monday,” the boycott asks those outraged by the pressure put on Eich over a six-year-old, $1,000 contribution to an anti-gay-marriage initiative in...

  • Supreme Court won't hear appeals on gay bias and campaign finance cases

    The Supreme Court declined to take up an appeal by a New Mexico photography studio that refused to take wedding photos of a same-sex couple. In another significant denial, the court also Monday rejected a challenge to a longstanding ban on campaign contributions by corporations. Both rulings...

  • Some hear race echoes in Virginia gay marriage ban

    To some people in Virginia, the fight over legalization of same-sex marriage echoes a decades-old battle over the state's 1924 law banning marriage between white and black people.

  • Some hear race echoes in Va. gay marriage ban

    WASHINGTON (AP) — To some people in Virginia, the fight over legalization of same-sex marriage echoes a decades-old battle over the state's 1924 law banning marriage between white and black people. "You're talking about pure prejudice as the basis of both laws," argued Philip J. Hirschkop,...

  • The absurdity of the Mozilla boycott

    When did America stop being the place for free ideas and free speech? April 3, 2014. Because on Thursday, the Left figured out how to ruin someone's life with a boycott: Brendan Eich resigned as CEO of Mozilla after the Left crucified him for donating $1,000 -- six years ago -- to the campaign...

  • Mozilla CEO resigns after furor over gay rights

    Mozilla co-founder Brendan Eich is stepping down as CEO and leaving the company following protests over his support of a gay marriage ban in California. The nonprofit that makes the Firefox browser infuriated many employees and users last week by naming Eich head of the Mountain View,...

  • Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich forced to resign for supporting traditional marriage laws

    Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich resigned under pressure after gay rights activists demanded that he step down or recant his support of traditional marriage laws. Eich donated $1,000 to support Proposition 8, the California ballot initiative that amended the state's constitution to define marriage as...

  • HHS updates Medicare enrollment rules for same-sex couples

    The Department of Health and Human Services said that the Social Security Administration would now be able to take applications for special enrollment periods for Medicare Part A and Part B and reduce late penalties for some eligible same-sex couples.

  • Feds: 'Marriage' and 'family' now include same-sex spouses

    Moving quickly to erase the Defense of Marriage Act struck down by the Supreme Court last year, the Obama administration has rewritten the definition of “marriage” and “family” to include same-sex spouses and family members as anyone with a “close" relationship.

  • Podcast: Byron York and Timothy P. Carney on gay marriage and religious liberty

    Washington Examiner political columnists Byron York and Timothy P. Carney met up on the podcast to talk about the battle over gay marriage and religious freedom.

  • At midnight hour, UK holds first same-sex weddings

    LONDON (AP) — Gay couples in Britain waited decades for the right to get married. When the opportunity came, it took just a few minutes to make history. Londoners Sean Adl-Tabatabai and Sinclair Treadway were among the first to tie the knot when Britain's new marriage law came into effect...



From the Weekly Standard

  • The Conservative Case Against Obamacare: A Restatement

    Since Obamacare “hit” its “enrollment” “target,” Democrats, liberals, and their friends in the press have enjoyed some old-fashioned taunting of Republicans. This would be justifiable...

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  • 2014 ≠ 2016

    Polls are overrated, but they can be still instructive. So what’s to be learned from a Fox News survey of 1,012 registered voters conducted April 13-15? 

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  • As Goes North Carolina

    Raleigh, N.C.  To win the Senate, Republicans must win North Carolina. While it’s mathematically possible to take the Senate without ousting Democratic senator Kay Hagan, the chances of that...

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