Other posts tagged: same sex marriage
Social Issues Alienate Young Republican Voters
With so much Obama support at my college, I can’t help but wonder: Where is the excitement for the Romney campaign? I believe that social issues are keeping students from becoming excited about the Romney platform.
, 2012, abortion, Candidate, college, election, gay marriage, Obama, Paul Ryan, President, Republican, Romney, same sex marriage, social issues, Views, vote, Voters, VP, William and Mary, Young, youth,
Chick-fil-A: Waffle Fries With an Aftertaste of Intolerance
Your political convictions are only as strong as your choices as a consumer. If you are not willing to sacrifice a chicken sandwich or an order of waffle fries, then you might want to rip that rainbow “Equality” bumper sticker off of your car.
, activism, Amanda Albright, bank of america, Baptist, Boycott, Chick-fil-A, Chicken, Consumers, Dan Cathy, Diversity Training, Employees, family, Fast Food, LGBT, LGBT rights, same sex marriage, Sandwich, Waffle Fries,
Political System Limits Issues to Only Two Sides
President Obama and Mitt Romney are characterized as being on opposite extremes when it comes to a whole host of issues. But that's a major problem in American politics: there are more than two sides to many policies, and we need to recognize that to solve problems.
, Barack Obama, Bipartisanship, Democrats, gay marriage, government, Harsha Nahata, Mitt Romney, POLITICS, Republicans, same sex marriage, taxes,
Obama’s New Views Shows That Faith Can Spread Love
Religion and politics can become so intermingled that it becomes difficult to tell them apart. President Obama showed how our faith can change us; he evaluated his faith and determined what was most important to him.
, Amendment One, christianity, Faith, gay marriage, Gay rights, Mitt Romney, North Carolina, Obama, same sex marriage,
On Gay Marriage, The Times Are Changing
To deny people the right to legally join their lives with whomever they love- just because you’re uncomfortable with them- is the most self-centered idea I can imagine. Now, society seems to fighting back against this discrimination, and I couldn't be happier.
, families, gay marriage, Max Warren, proposition 8, same sex marriage,
The Costs of Redefining Marriage
Many conservative arguments against same-sex marriage backfire. But to believe that redefining one of the oldest customs in human history won’t “hurt” anyone is simply unrealistic. Just as redefining “family” would have consequences, so will redefining marriage.
, Customs, gay marriage, marriage, POLITICS, Redefinition, religion, same sex marriage,
New York: The Good, the Bad and the Religious
Whether your flag is colored rainbow or red, white and blue, fly it high and fly it proud since New York's same-sex marriage bill is truly progress. Let's look at some of the responses to this past Friday's passage- categorized into the 'good,' the 'bad,' and the 'religious.'
, controversies, gay marriage, government, hurrah, LGBT, LGBTQ, marriage, New York, same sex marriage,