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The Fourteenth Amendment Does Not Mandate Same-Sex Marriage

The Fourteenth Amendment Does Not Mandate Same-Sex Marriage

Generally, courts have ruled for same-sex marriage using either the “due process clause” or the “equal protection clause” of the Fourteenth Amendment, or both. That raises a simple question: is it really possible that when the Fourteenth Amendment was ratified in 1868 the framers intended that it sanction same-sex marriage? Of course not. The U.S. Constitution says nothing about same-sex marriage. Then, how could the Constitution be manipulated to support a decision in favor of same-sex marriage? Well it has not been easy

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Searching for ‘Marriage’ in the Fourteenth Amendment

Searching for ‘Marriage’ in the Fourteenth Amendment

During April 2015, the US Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Obergefell v Hodges and consolidated cases, in support of counterfeit marriage for homosexuals via the 14th Amendment. Obviously the 14th Amendment says nothing about “marriage” or “homosexuality”. So how can it be said to authorize the supreme Court to FORCE States to accept same sex marriage?

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Excerpts of Sanity from the SCOTUS Marriage Opinion

Excerpts of Sanity from the SCOTUS Marriage Opinion

A few excerpts of sanity and respect for the rule of law-which has been beaten, raped and trampled by our nation’s highest court today…

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Reconsidering the U.S. Supreme Court’s Authority to Mandate Same-Sex Marriage

Reconsidering the U.S. Supreme Court’s Authority to Mandate Same-Sex Marriage

On April 28, 2015, nine unelected lawyers drawn from three elite law schools (Harvard, Yale, and Columbia) listened to 90-minutes of oral argument about same-sex marriage and then retreated behind a wall of red velvet drapes to confer secretly about whether the U.S. Constitution requires that the U.S. Supreme Court impose same-sex marriage on the entire nation.

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Show Us the Law, or Free Kim Davis

Show Us the Law, or Free Kim Davis

Specifically, the Constitution grants lawmaking power only to Congress and NOT to the Courts, not even the Supreme Court. You see, Article One, Section One – the very first sentence of the Constitution — says this: “All legislative power herein granted is vested in a Congress…” So, if all federal lawmaking power is in Congress, then how much is left over for the Courts? The answer, of course, is zero.

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Kentucky Clerk Exposes Supreme Contempt for US Constitution

Kentucky Clerk Exposes Supreme Contempt for US Constitution

The lawless Left is threatening a county clerk in Kentucky with contempt of court charges for having the audacity to obey the rule of law, the law of Kentucky, and the U.S. Constitution.

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We Need More of Moore

We Need More of Moore

This past Sunday Chris Wallace interviewed Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore. Chief Justice Moore is once again in the news for standing up for the rule of law, limited government, and the viability of the Constitution as a meaningful document, as opposed to a Living Document that means whatever the nine black robed oligarchs say it means.

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‘LGBT’: ‘T’ as in Tyranny

‘LGBT’: ‘T’ as in Tyranny

Tranny tyranny. Strike that. “LGBT” tyranny. Lesbian, gay, bisexual tyranny. That, generally speaking, is what’s on display in Houston right now. But trust me: Unlike Vegas, what happens in Houston will, most definitely, not stay in Houston – not if Democrats continue to have their way.

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BillWatch Update for the 2014 South Dakota Legislature

BillWatch Update for the 2014 South Dakota Legislature

Some bills of note have been added to the lineup for the 2014 South Dakota Legislature to consider, including the blessings of liberty, expanding gambling in deadwood, and provisions for shooting mountain lions.

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Parental Rights: God-given and Unalienable?  Or Government-granted and Revocable?

Parental Rights: God-given and Unalienable? Or Government-granted and Revocable?

What is the source of our rights as recognized by the Declaration of Independence? What does the UN recognize as the source of our rights? Are they the same? Are they compatible? If not, how does this affect the right of parents to oversee the education and welfare of their children? There may be some serious problems ahead.

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