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Posts tagged with ‘gay marriage’

  • Judge aids ‘march toward equality’ in Idaho

    By David Adler on May 16, 2014
    Magistrate Judge Candy Dale’s cogent, eloquent opinion striking down Idaho’s ban on same-sex marriage, framed in terms of fundamental importance to constitutional government, which is the nature of landmark cases, raised the very question that inspired James Madison to introduce the Bill of Rights: May “the will of the majority … trump the rights of a minority?” Judge Dale’s answer, […]
  • It Really Sucks to be Poor

    By Sheila Suess Kennedy on February 19, 2014
    It costs a lot to be poor. Just a few examples: A recent report released by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) of the U.S. Postal Service reports that 68 million Americans — more than a quarter of all U.S. households – have no checking or savings accounts. How do people get along in a society where payments are […]
  • Church and State

    By Sheila Suess Kennedy on January 21, 2014
    Here in Indiana, we’re used to religious warfare. We aren’t called the buckle of the bible belt for nothing. Those battles generally pit people who understand religious liberty to require state neutrality in matters of belief against folks who want government to make everyone live in accordance with the “correct” beliefs (which just happen to be theirs). That, in a […]
  • The Many Flaws of Indiana’s Proposed Gay Marriage Amendment

    By Greg Kueterman on January 14, 2014
    There are more than enough reasons to oppose HJR3, the proposed constitutional amendment banning gay marriage in Indiana that apparently is only half as good as its predecessor, HJR6. My employer, Eli Lilly and Company, talks a lot about the cost to business. Recruiting and retaining top global talent – LGBT, straight allies, and families – will take a big […]