In propaganda disguised as a legal decision, California's Judge Vaughn Walker decreed last week that "moral and religious views form the only basis for a belief that same-sex couples are different from opposite-sex couples." I guess we can forget about those inconvertible biological differences and the emotional ones, too, not to mention the statistical, historical, cultural, social and psychological disparities.

Because of failure to heed the limitations of the U.S. Constitution, which has produced runaway federal spending, our nation sits on the precipice of disaster.

A graduating senior at Hunter College High School in New York gave a speech that brought a standing ovation from his teachers and got his picture in the New York Times.  I hope it doesn't go to his head, because what he said was so illogical that it was an indictment of the mush that is being taught at even our elite educational institutions.

Ralph ReilandDemocrats in Congress, frightened by what voters are likely to do in November, have been given their marching orders by the Obama administration.

A question on many Americans' minds now is whether and when the Supreme Court of the United States will overturn a federal court's ruling that the California law defining marriage as a union between one man and one woman is unconstitutional. Opponents of same-sex marriage are hoping the answer is "yes" and "soon."

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