SCOTUS Posts Archive
SUBMITTED BY: Miranda Blue, Thursday 09/16/2010, 3:41pm
People For's President, Michael Keegan, sent the following letter today to Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell, Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty, Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann, Indiana Rep. Mike Pence, former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, and Delaware Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell, all of whom are scheduled to appear this weekend at the Values Voter Summit, alongside the virulantly anti-Muslim and anti-gay Bryan Fischer. Dear ________: I am writing to express my concern about your appearance this weekend at the upcoming Values... MORE
SUBMITTED BY: Kyle Mantyla, Thursday 09/16/2010, 9:42am
Today, NPR ran a story on the tension between Tea Party activists who want to focus on economic and spending issues, and social conservatives who want the movement to take a stand on things like abortion and gay marriage. And, for some reason, NPR thought that a anti-gay, anti-Muslim bigot like the American Family Association's Bryan Fischer was the best person to make the case for the social conservatives: Morning Edition is taking a closer look at the groups that make up the Tea Party. Steve Inskeep talks to Toby Marie Walker, lead facilitator for the Waco Tea Party, and... MORE
SUBMITTED BY: Kyle Mantyla, Tuesday 08/24/2010, 3:10pm
It it too much to ask of the mainstream media that if they are going to quote the AFA's Bryan Fischer, that they mention his long history of making militantly anti-gay statements, especially when they are quoting him in an article relating to gay issues? Apparently, because Fischer's well-established hatred all of things gay didn't warrant even a passing mention in this USA Today article about how increasingly "gay relationships and gay families are portrayed as just like other families" in movies and television: It's a landscape that many Americans still don't accept. Such... MORE
SUBMITTED BY: Kyle Mantyla, Wednesday 08/18/2010, 10:53am
For the last few weeks, we've been chronicling Chuck Colson's plan to raise up a nationwide opposition to gay marriage in an attempt to sway the Supreme Court by demonstrating that Americans will not tolerate any decision that recognizes marriage equality. And he is still at it, again making it the focus of his newest "Two Minute Warning" video. In this one, Colson says that Republicans have taken social conservatives for granted for too long and this year are trying to downplay social issues in order to focus on economic issues as a winning election strategy. That is... MORE
SUBMITTED BY: Kyle Mantyla, Monday 08/16/2010, 1:44pm
You have to give Bob Allen and Associated Baptist Press credit for this tremendous article which so perfect exposes the hypocrisy that Religious Right leaders keep offering up as they seek to justify their fight against the "Ground Zero Mosque" - leaders like Richard Land of the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission: "I take a back seat to no one when it comes to religious freedom and religious belief and the right to express that belief, even beliefs that I find abhorrent," said Land, the denomination's top representative on moral,... MORE
SUBMITTED BY: Peter Montgomery, Thursday 08/12/2010, 12:40pm
For all the flag-waving Tea Party placards accusing the Obama administration of unconstitutional acts and treason, it seems that threats of revolution against the constitutional republic of the United States are coming mostly from the right wing – and not just from fringe militia groups. We recently noted that Religious Right activist Chuck Colson has launched an effort to bully the Supreme Court into opposing marriage equality by threatening that a pro-equality ruling would result in “cultural Armageddon.” And we have noted the American Family Association’s Bryan... MORE
SUBMITTED BY: Kyle Mantyla, Wednesday 08/11/2010, 11:24am
Last week we noted how Chuck Colson had come up with a plan, in the wake of the Prop 8 ruling, to prevent the Supreme Court from ruling in favor of gay marriage: build a groundswell of opposition to the idea for the sole purpose of convincing that Supreme Court that any ruling recognizing the right to marriage equality will not be accepted by the people. And that is exactly what he is setting out to do, saying in this new video that "of course, the Justices will listen to legal arguments, they'll weigh the precedents, but in the final analysis they will not approve gay marriage if... MORE
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11/14/14 @ 10:57am
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11/13/14 @ 2:42pm
Texas Approves Textbooks With Moses As Honorary Founding Father
11/21/14 @ 3:35pm
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11/20/14 @ 12:53pm
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11/13/14 @ 5:00pm