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Home Secretary Theresa May has been challenged by Church leaders about why the Government wants to redefine marriage -- The Governor of the State of New Jersey has said Marriage is too important to be treated as a political football, and that any redefinition should be voted on by the people -- In an astonishing claim, American President Barack Obama has said that abortion can help daughters "fulfill their dreams" -- Private abortion clinics are set to be allowed to advertise in the UK on TV and radio -- Oxford Professor Roger Trigg has said in a new book that social priorities like 'equality' are trumping the right to religious freedom in court cases -- A couple in England who have been raising their child as 'gender neutral', have revealed that their five-year-old, Sasha, is a boy -- Independent MSP Margo MacDonald has launched a new attempt to legalise assisted suicide in Scotland -- And a new poll has revealed that 85% of Christians in Britain say that they are proud of the Queen.
Leaders of the main opposition parties in Scotland have signed a pledge committing them to campaign 'for' the redefinition of marriage at an event held in Holyrood -- But Ruth Davidson has already faced criticism from some of her own Conservative members -- Dr John Sentamu, The Archbishop of York, has said that marriage must remain a union between one man and one woman and it's not the role of state to change it -- Dr Philip Boyce, a Roman Catholic Bishop in Ireland, is being investigated by the police under the country's 'incitement to hatred' laws for delivering a homily that upset a humanist -- Two of the UK's most prominent atheists have clashed over plans to build a £1 million 'temple' for atheists in London -- Former Governor of Alaska Sarah Palin, has called on an American airline to reverse its decision to remove prayer cards from its in-flight meals -- And a paralysed man has spoken for the first time in nearly 20 years -- and told his mum "I love you".
An entertaining video about alternative families.
Former Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord Carey, has spoken of his unwavering support for marriage at the launch of new campaign group, Coalition for Marriage -- There is an online petition the public can sign, to support the current definition of marriage as being between one man and one woman -- David Burrows MP has revealed he received a death threat and hate mail after speaking out in support of traditional marriage -- Former Tory MP, Matthew Parris, has suggested that the word 'marriage' should be completely removed from legal language -- Christopher Biggins told ITV daytime show 'Loose Women', that he thought that 'marriage' should be reserved for a man and a woman -- Local Government Minister, Eric Pickles, has written to every local council in England, telling them that new laws 'restore' their power to hold prayers at official meetings -- Women are being granted abortions after telling doctors their baby is the 'wrong sex' -- And a former world boxing champion has spoken on TV about his faith in God.
In today's show we talked about Samsung vs Apple patent, Frank Ocean coming out just before the July 17th release of his new DefJam titled album 'Channel Orange', and Sailor Moon Returns in Summer 2013!
Citizens of the former Soviet Union face growing restrictions on their religious freedom. A panel of experts in Washington this week reported that governments are closing more churches, fining and arresting their religious leaders, and destroying church literature. .. The Christian Broadcasting Network CBN *******www.cbn****
So I asked the kids about Marriage Equality
From time to time you will see me ask my kids
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis reveal their personal connection to the human rights questions raised by their 2014 Grammy Award-winning Same love
Summary: On his television program, Bill O'Reilly asked "why," if children suffer no psychosocial deficit from being raised by same-sex parents, "wouldn't nature then make it that anybody could get pregnant by eating a cupcake?"
Canada, not the U.S., is North America's pre-eminent freedom-loving country. Document maker Albert Nerenberg's "Escape to Canada" is a proud, benevolent, mischievous and altogether winning portrait of a country where same-sex marriage and public marijuana smoking is O.K and where young americans have gone to avoid military service since Vietnam. We may see another influx once the bombing of IRAN begins.
Ave Maria! This is a special AIRMARIA report on the status of religious liberty in America, relative to the ongoing push on the part of the homosexual lobby for full same-sex marriage in Connecticut. Last year same-sex civil unions were legalized by the state assembly with an amendment defining marriage as a union of one man and one woman.In Connecticut, same-sex couples already have all the rights and benefits of married people, just not the name marriage. This year they are back for what they call equality, but in reality the legalization of same-sex marriage in Connecticut will only codify the defense of traditional marriage as a form of discrimination.Witness the erosion of your religious liberty! This assault will not stop at the state line. The same-sex marriage lobby wishes to challenge the federal Defense of Marriage Act. This affects you, no matter where you live in America. On March 26 2007, Brian Brown, Executive director of the Family Institute of Connecticut, testified before the judiciary committee of the state legislature in regard to raised House Bill 7395: An Act Concerning Marriage Equality. He was grilled on the question of commitment to civil rights and his religious convictions. Brian defended both traditional marriage and religious liberty in an eloquent and courageous way. He continues to be attacked on the FIC blog. In this video Brian also tells us what we can do to protect religious liberty. Don't underestimate this attack on religious liberty. This has implications for us all. Bill Donohue of the Catholic League picked up on the threat and is bringing it to national attention. This video is a good synthesis of what happened last Monday.Ave Maria!
Up first, the Boston Celtics celebrated their 17th NBA Championship title Tuesday night after defeating the Los Angeles Lakers in a blowout. The Celtics gained a significant lead early on in Game 6 and finished the home game strong, 131 to 92. This victory is the first of its kind for many Boston players, including MVP Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen. Coach Doc Rivers celebrated the win and finally got his hands on the Larry O’Brien trophy, after being doused in Gatorade by the players. The 2008 title marks the first Boston championship in 22 years, and as for the Celtics-Lakers rivalry, the latest champions now have a 9 and 2 record against LA in the finals.
And the California Supreme Court has legalized same-sex marriage. While this recent ruling caused many same-gendered couples to line-up Tuesday for making their commitments legal, the actual first person to pay for the 70-dollar marriage license fee in West Hollywood is ‘Star Trek’s’ George Ta-kay. The 71-year-old actor and his partner of 21 years, 54-year-old Brad Altman, plan to marry on September 14th in LA. The marriage license in the state of California is valid for up to 90 days.
And the FDA is attempting
"Same-Sex Couples getting Married in San Francisco"
I went to the Civic Center in San Francisco for the gay marriage celebration. There were some people from the Westboro Baptist Church sharing God's love with everyone.
A Sunday Morning Post investigation has revealed that love hotels in Kowloon Tong generally refuse entry to same-sex couples looking to rent a room on a short-term basis. One of these hotels is the former home of martial arts master, Bruce Lee.
This oddball and antiquated social etiquette and health video is a funny post World War II film. Three teens: Ernie, Jean, and Hal, are basically normal kids who have some “health” problems that they solve by discovering exercise. Ernie is in a “run down condition” and gets colds all the time. He solves this problem with stomach crunches and trunk stretches. Jean is shy and awkward. But when she joins in a tennis game, her awkwardness turns to “poise and confidence” and she finds new friends and social contacts. Hal reads too much and is “nervous and irritable.” After reading about exercise in a book, he decides to try it out for himself and discovers that it can relieve all his “tensions.” He starts an acrobatics club. All the teens find exercising in same-sex clubs or teams a great outlet for their “emotional tensions” (read sexual hormones) in this bizarre Coronet social guidance film.