Declaration/Constitution

Our Lives, Our Fortunes, Our Sacred Honor: We’re not there yet

By John Biver

The ringing end of the Declaration of Independence is familiar to many: “And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor.” If you’re unfamiliar with how things turned out for the signers of the Declaration […]

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Marriage Decisions of Supreme Court and Ninth Circuit Undermine Rule of Law

Marriage Decisions of Supreme Court and Ninth Circuit Undermine Rule of Law

By John Biver

A press release from Liberty Counsel: Washington, DC—On June 26 the Supreme Court issued a 5-4 opinion that invoked “equal protection” when reviewing the Federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), but not once did the Court engage in an equal protection analysis. The Court then dismissed the Prop 8 case on standing grounds. Friday […]

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Mock ‘Marriage’ and the Death of Freedom

Mock ‘Marriage’ and the Death of Freedom

By John Biver

By Matt Barber: While poorly decided U.S. Supreme Court cases are a dime a dozen, prior to Wednesday, two stood alone as the most wretched and constitutionally groundless in American History. First was the 1857 Dred Scott decision. Among other things, it robbed African-Americans of both their U.S. citizenship and their dignity. Next came the […]

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The Future of Religious Liberty

By The Editor

An excerpt from an article by Ben Domenech: During the sexual revolution, we crossed a line from sex being something you do to defining who you are. When it enters into that territory, we…

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Analysis of DOMA and Prop 8 Supreme Court rulings: What happened and why — and what’s next

Analysis of DOMA and Prop 8 Supreme Court rulings: What happened and why — and what’s next

By John Biver

From Mass Resistance: Wednesday the U.S. Supreme Court gave the radical homosexual movement in America a big victory. Taken in the context of human history this was incomprehensible. Any other generation, looking at this, would think the Justices had lost their minds. First and foremost, it shows that the homosexual movement can now use the courts to accomplish many of their goals, no matter how outlandish and undemocratic. […]

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