Homosexuality

Proposition 8 is not new. A similar proposition passed by the voice of “the people” of California back in 2000. That proposition was later ousted by the California Supreme Court. Proposition 8 was just an effort of “the people” to put a bandage over the...

You've heard the arguments. "Homosexuals are an oppressed minority just like racial minorities and women." "The gay rights movement is the new civil rights movement." "Homophobia is equivalent to racism and sexism." Renditions of this argument are everywhere, particularly in the debate over same-sex marriage....

The federal judge over the Proposition 8 case, Judge Walker, is acting less like a federal judge, and more like an agenda driven journalist. Walker, who wanted this trial to be posted on YouTube, had his true colors revealed in an LA Times article posted...

The Supreme Court has entered an interim order that will bar real-time streaming of the Prop 8 trial to other federal courthouses and YouTube. The order will last until Wednesday. Till then, the Supreme Court will be deciding whether or not to make the ban...

Archbishop Raymond Burke, the American archbishop renown for his bulldog defense of the sanctity of life, will be speaking in Phoenix, Arizona this week. The local paper that reported his planned speech, Arizona Republic, referred to Burke as “divisive” and “controversial”. The sad thing is, that’s not...

Portugal is on its way to becoming the sixth European nation to legalize homosexual marriage. The legislation is expected to quietly pass through early parliamentary procedures tomorrow in spite of an opposing majority among citizens and a strong Catholic presence. The Catholic Church, while normally more...

Last week we wrote a post about Quebec’s aggressive new anti-homophobia law, which takes as its target any group or individual morally or religiously opposed to the practice of homosexuality. Well, it appears Quebec is also making acceptance of homosexuality a requirement for immigration. According to...

The first same-sex marriage in South America was finalized in Argentina on Monday. Jose Maria Di Bello and Alex Freyre were officially married in Ushuaia, Argentina by both federal and state officials. The couple originally intended to marry in Buenos Aires but was stopped by a...