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I recently celebrated my wedding anniversary, having been married to the same woman for thirty-one years without ever straying. Newt Gingrich has been married three times, divorced one wife while she was recovering from surgery, and has had extra-marital affairs.
Voters here in Wisconsin passed a ban on same-sex marriage in the fall of 2006. The following morning, I thoughtlessly tried to console a lesbian coworker by predicting a universal right to marry within a decade. “That’s fine,” she replied
The Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear held October 30 here in Washington, DC, sure was a lot of fun. The weather was gorgeous, the people polite. The signs folks made and carried were the best part—from absurd (“Has anyone
Humanity has a curious relationship with sex. It obviously enjoys it—there are nearly seven billion people in the world and not all that output could be the fruit of duty. Yet, for a practice so widespread and frequent, its morality
I spent two days in mid-September attending the “Values Voter Summit,” an annual event sponsored by the Family Research Council, Focus on the Family, and other religious right groups. I go every year, and I’m always appalled by what I