One of the most frustrating things about modern politics is the “all-or-nothing” approach to solving problems. For some reason we feel compelled to make sweeping comprehensive changes instead of taking smaller piecemeal steps for things on which we CAN compromise. … Continue reading →
Category: politics, Religion
Tagged: benefits, civil unions, Compromise, gay marriage, government, law, rights, same-sex marriage, sex-agnostic partnerships, sex-neutral partnerships, solutions, traditional marriage
As the political battles over the definition of marriage have continued over the last few years, I have seen an increasing number of Latter-day Saints who seem to think that Marriage Privatization, often described as “Getting the Government out of … Continue reading →
In this post I intend to draw a controversial analogy between the subprime mortgage and credit crisis and the resulting economic upheaval and the potential societal upheaval that could result from the redefinition of marriage. To set things up, let … Continue reading →
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