Are Obama and Cameron playing with electoral fire?
Michael Kirke | 10 May 2012
As was widely anticipated, President Obama’s “evolution” on the marriage question has now reached its final resting place in the gay lobby camp. But the political consequences are not so clear and the electoral rout which the other convert to the redefinition of marriage cause, Britain’s David Cameron, experienced at the polls last week might be worrying him. But really, given his imprisonment – not necessarily an unwilling confinement – by the ultra liberal caucus, he had little choice as to which side of the fence he was ultimately going to choose.
Amendment One campaign get major boost from Rev. Billy Graham
Michael Kirke | 03 May 2012
The lobby campaigning for a redefinition of marriage to incorporate same-sex unions in a new understanding of the institution will probably be saying this morning, “Well, he would say that, wouldn’t he?” when they read the statement just issued by the venerable and reverend Billy Graham. But it will still worry them. Although Graham’s last crusade was in 2005, he remains deeply influential across the United States and further afield. In April 2010, President Barack Obama made the pilgrimage to meet with Graham, continuing a tradition of counselling commanders-in-chief that began with Dwight Eisenhower.
Confusing the issue with smoke screens
Michael Kirke | 25 April 2012
"Marriage between one man and one woman is the only domestic legal union that shall be valid or recognized in this State.” Amendment 1, North Carolina.
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