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My goodness, was two years such a long time ago that the specifics are dim in human memory? Now that is considered too offensive for the delicate ears of Stanford students.
Let me repeat the word: I can assure both Jim and our gracious host that Mr. Anderson and Girgis noted that: We ourselves do not favor civil-union schemes of any type, but we are prepared to accept them as part of an honorable compromise among reasonable people of goodwill.
Opponents of same-sex marriage have for years now distorted the position Obama held from his days on the campaign trail until he advocated for full marriage equality.
President Obama never sought a separate and unequal provision for same-sex couples. He thought we might get away with separate but equal because that has such a great track record. I would have been willing to accept them if they were truly equal.
However, people like Maggie Gallagher, Ryan Anderson, and Rod Dreher have made it clear that separate must not mean equal. Anderson has made it quite clear that he would not favor civil unions with all the rights and responsibilities of marriage.
AliceAn March 20, at Gay people and their straight allies? Apparently gay people should accept the constant assault on their families remember they are already married in California as a legitimate point of view in society.
Um, you think that the rather large number of people in this country, Christians and otherwise, who believe that homosexual marriage is an assault on their families should accept gay marriage as a legitimate point of view in society.
Such an eagerness to censor and suppress basic Christian moral teaching indicates that I am not an alarmist about what you and your side have planned for us, if you can get away with it. I hate to say this of Mr. Dreher really has a gift for sabotaging his own more measured argument at times.
Crates March 21, at 8: What has the angry mob of liberals, who you imagine are even now gathering up their pitchforks and eco-friendly Coleman lanterns, misunderstood about your side? Annek March 21, at So if one group of people has some legitimate reasons reasons to dislike a second group, then the second group deserves whatever it might get from the first group?
I doubt you really want to go there. Maxi March 21, at How is ostracizing and scorning someone who holds morally reprehensible views inconsistent with championing free and open inquiry? I can support the legal right of someone to express a morally reprehensible view without giving that view the same amount of respect that I give noble views.
And neither is anyone else in this country. Thursday March 21, at I hope everybody takes a good look at this comment, perhaps the stupidest thing ever said on this comment board.
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Click HERE to watch a . The Jim Crow Laws in the South - Jim Crow South Racism was prominent in the Colonial seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Racism is the belief that the physical characteristics of a person determine the capabilities in which that individual is best fit to do.
“Since the nation’s founding,” writes Alexander, “African Americans repeatedly have been controlled through institutions such as slavery and Jim Crow, which appeared to die, but then are reborn in new form, tailored to the needs and constraints of the time” (21).
With the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday still fresh in our memories, it is a particularly poignant time to reflect on injustice and the specific American varieties of injustice that Dr. King worked tirelessly to eradicate and to bring to the attention of his fellow citizens —racism and racial prejudice.
Texas passed its new immigration enforcement law, SB4, against a backdrop of a long struggle by the state's people of Mexican descent.