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In just the past 24 hours, two courts reaffirmed that religious beliefs can't justify discrimination against lesbians and gay men.
One thing is absolutely clear. God is indebted to Jack for letting people know how God would have felt about gay marriage had God thought of it when having Jesus make the announcement about loving one's neighbors as oneself.
The ancient, bland doyen of the religious Right, Phyllis Schlafly -- an anti-feminist, anti-gay mother of a gay son -- has been wheeled out yet again to pontificate about "Cakegate," that sad attempt by daft conservatives to turn cakes into the last battle of the culture war.
Those who would use the cake cases to promote legislation allowing businesses to discriminate in the name of religion should be careful what they ask for.
LAKEWOOD, Colo. — Jack Phillips is a baker whose evangelical Protestant faith informs his business. There are no Halloween
Robertson, whose opposition to LGBT causes is well-established, offered similar sentiments in an earlier "700 Club" broadcast
As Good As You blogger Jeremy Hooper originally reported, Land blasted the Colorado Civil Rights Commission's May 30 decision
Phillips' latest remarks echo those he's made in previous interviews. "I do what I do because I love doing what I do and
He then added, "They're cooperating with the devil and there is something unhuman inside of them." Klingenschmitt, of course
"This is something you think happens in Cuba; this is something that happens in the Soviet Union ... where people get sent
The Colorado baker who was ordered to serve gay couples by a state judge says he'd rather go to jail than prepare a same-sex wedding cake.
"I do what I do because I love doing what I do and I believe it's what God's designed for me to do," Jack Phillips, owner
The decision that Judge Spencer made has renewed my hope that no other couple in Colorado will face discrimination by a business owner based on their sexual orientation. It was never about the cake. It was about my son being treated like a lesser person.
New Yorkers are coming together to support the ACLU, which will be representing a gay couple whose request for a wedding cake was turned down by a Colorado bakery, Masterpiece Cakeshop. I spoke with ACLU Colorado lawyer Sara Rich to get more details about the legal action.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) reports that Stephanie Schmalz opted to conduct the experiment when she was told
To view the petition in support of Mullins and Craig, click here. In November 2011, a lesbian couple was similarly denied