Marriage

Romney: Marriage Shouldn't Change From Good Ol' Days Of Biblical Times
Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney on Sunday said that the notion of marriage should not evolve from what it was 2,000 or 3,000 years ago because only a mother and a father could provide an ideal environment for children. Read more...
Open Thread: Tell Us About Your Proposal
What was your marriage proposal like? Splashy -- or intimate? Read more...
The AFA's Bryan Fischer is back at it again, this time finding new ways to offend women. Read more...
Pat Robertson "comforted" a caller on Thursday by telling her to be grateful she lives in the US of A, and to be a better wife to her cheating husband. Read more...
The Last Word's Lawrence O'Donnell explained that not all Republicans agree with Texas Gov. Rick Perry and the others in their party who believe that marriage is supposed to be between one man and one woman, such as St. Ronnie, Newt Gingrich and his fellow "serial polygamist" Rush Limbaugh. Read more...

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In a heated confrontation on Sunday, lesbian Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen shot down Faith and Freedom Coalition Chairman Ralph Reed after he argued that the primary purpose of marriage was procreation. Read more...
Arnold Schwarzenegger recently floored veteran CBS reporter Leslie Stahl by revealing that he had rejected the Republican Party platform and performed multiple same sex weddings while still serving as the governor of California. "I always said I Read more...
On the first primetime night of the Republican National Convention, the GOP dispatched Ann Romney to score points with women voters, and lessen some of the damage done by the abortion and rape debate inflamed by recent comments from Senator Todd Akin.. Read more...
Despite the fact that he claims to be a libertarian, it looks like Sen. Rand Paul shares the same views as his dad when it comes to staying out of other people's bedrooms and his views on gay marriage: Sen. Rand Paul on Friday brushed off Barack Read more...
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney on Wednesday lashed out at a reporter who asked him tough questions about same sex marriage, immigration and marijuana. "Aren't there issues of significance that you'd like to talk about?" Read more...