“The Right to Marry is not the Right to Use Your Marriage as a Club,” tonight at 11 p.m. ET (8 p.m. PT)

The Supreme Court reached the right result on same-sex marriage, but for the wrong reasons. What’s worse, some in the “LGBT” community are saying that marriage wasn’t really the goal, that their goal was to *force* those who reject same-sex marriage to deal with them as they would any other couples.

This story and more on tonight’s show. See Program Notes, below, for all the stories, etc., I plan to discuss.

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Program Notes

Register to Livestream OCON General Sessions

Bosch Fawstin: My Appearance on Red Eye

Sulu

Greek banks prepare plan to raid deposits to avert collapse

The 4 LGBT victories that could follow marriage equality

What’s Next for the LGBT Movement? HT Bosch Fawstin

Not Baking a Wedding Cake Leads to $135,000 Fine for Hurting Couple’s Feelings

Rand on discrimination

We Must Not Rest Until Every Superhero Is Gay

With marriage equality won, it’s time to turn to LGBT rights abroad

No Truce With The Left

With Hobbit and LoTR in the can, Trolls no longer welcome in New Zealand HT Richard Edmands

Obama Administration blocks attempts to fly heavy weapons to Kurds to fight the Islamic State

BREAKING=> ISIS Publishes Map of July 4th FBI Command Centers

France has deported 40 imams for hate speech

Lebanese journalist: ISIS kills based on texts that are “inseparable parts of true Islam”

How Sweden became the startup capital of Europe HT Frode Odegard

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4 responses to ““The Right to Marry is not the Right to Use Your Marriage as a Club,” tonight at 11 p.m. ET (8 p.m. PT)

  1. Craig

    The Silk Road Trial: How the Government Won The Case

  2. The ultimate goal of the homosexual political movement was always more than just getting the government to stop inappropriately discriminating against homosexuals. Grounded in the primacy of consciousness premise, the movement wanted society to view homosexuality not as an abnormality, but as just another lifestyle, just as normal as heterosexuality. Illustratively, homosexual couples want society to view one of the partners as wife and one as husband. The legal system views marriage as a domestic partnership. But the homosexual political movement insists on their domestic partnerships as being called “marriages”, as that is the word for heterosexual domestic partnerships. It wasn’t regarded as acceptable just to have the law give the same legal status to homosexual domestic partnerships as was given to heterosexual domestic partnerships. Terry D. Brown

  3. Dean Hyatt

    The left is just using gays to attack the domestic contract and everything else that it feels stands in the way of power. Similarly, the religious don’t care about individual rights unless it benefits them. It was the duty of the Constitutional government to recognize the implied contract in domestic unions without discriminating what individuals were participating in that legal entity, however the religious rejoiced when the state adopted the word marriage, which does have specific historical definition. However, when the state adopts a concept it owns it and this law student circa 1970 expected this turn would happen. However, SCOTUS’s failure to limit its decision with individual rights completed the redefining of the concept, which further empowers the left and further destroys any grounds for individual freedom of choice regarding association based on personal views, religious or otherwise. Dean Hyatt

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