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The Marriage Precedent

The Marriage Precedent By Trevor Thomas July 3, 2018 Reprinted from: American Thinker     There’s “precedent” and then there’s precedent. It seems for Maine’s Senator Susan Collins – who is the very definition of a RINO — precedent is everything, except when it isn’t. According to Townhall: Maine’s moderate Republican Senator Susan Collins told […]

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Does the Constitution Mean what the Supreme Court Says It Means?

Does the Constitution Mean what the Supreme Court Says It Means?   By Bryan Fischer Monday, September 18, 2017 Reprinted from: American Family Association   Note: this is the first in a series of columns written to explain the theme “Everything you’ve heard about the Constitution is wrong.” I’m starting this series in honor of the […]

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The Supreme Court Decision On Homosexual and Lesbian Marriage: It’s Not A Laughing Matter, Or Is It?

  The Supreme Court Decision On Homosexual and Lesbian Marriage: It’s Not A Laughing Matter, Or Is It? by Kevin Cain, J.D.   [Editor’s Note: Having received his J.D. from the South Texas College of Law, Kevin has extensive experience in medical and legal malpractice litigation and also maintains an appellate practice. A product of the distinguished […]

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