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Matt Baume: Marriage News Watch

“Last Friday, the Supreme Court ruled that the Constitution protects marriage for everyone — including same-sex couples. It is a decision we have been waiting decades for. And now, all our work is, well, actually, not quite done yet. Let’s take a look at what the court just decided, and what comes next.”

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Huckabee: If Obama Can Put Up Rainbow Colors, I Can Put Up A Nativity Scene

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Matt Barber: Satan Is Celebrating

“Satan is laughing himself silly right now. His demonic minions, both above and below, are popping the bubbly and clinking the champagne flutes. Evil has triumphed. For now at least. But not in the end. Because God will not be mocked. And victory is His. As many of us have long warned, all this ‘gay marriage’ nonsense was never about ...

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That Moment Outside The Supreme Court

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NEW YORK CITY: Jewish Hate Group Hires Day Laborers To Protest Pride

Via the New York Times: Some of the most curious costumes worn along the parade route belonged to protesters. Behind a barricade, a group of men wore the fringed Jewish prayer garment known as the tzitzit and held up anti-gay signs bearing the logo of a group calling itself the Jewish Political Action Committee. “Judaism prohibits homosexuality,” one sign read. ...

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TEXAS: AG Ken Paxton Says Clerks Can Refuse To Issue Marriage Licenses

Via the Austin Statesman: County clerks can refuse to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples based on religious objections to gay marriage, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said Sunday. Paxton noted that clerks who refuse to issue licenses can expect to be sued, but added that “numerous lawyers stand ready to assist clerks defending their religious beliefs,” in many cases ...

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ISTANBUL: Police Attack Pride With Tear Gas, Water Cannons, Rubber Bullets

Al Jazeera reports: Turkish police have fired water cannon and rubber pellets to disperse a crowd gathered in central Istanbul for the city’s annual gay pride parade. The police appeared intent on stopping the crowd gathering near Taksim Square on Sunday, a cameraman for the Reuters news agency reported. Al Jazeera’s Serpil Karacan, reporting from Istanbul, said opposition members of ...

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Jake Tapper To Donald Trump: What’s So Traditional About Your Three Marriages?

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Tyne Daly Shares Her Marriage Story

During Friday night’s curtain call for Broadway’s It Shoulda Been You, Tyne Daly hailed the Supreme Court’s ruling, revealing that her own marriage in 1966 had been illegal in 17 states. (Via JMG reader Sam Handwich)

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Joseph Farah: God Will Punish Us

“America’s elite leadership have taken the side of the enemies of God, and He will take notice. It could come in the form of an economic crash. It could come in more civil and racial strife along the lines of what has been building in recent years. It could come in the form of an attack on our country from ...

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Matt Baume: Debunking The Dissents

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CNN Yanks Story After Reporter Claims ISIS Flag Was Seen At London Pride

Via Raw Story: A man trolling the violently homophobic Islamic State at a London gay pride event got extra troll points Saturday for duping CNN. CNN reporter Lucy Pawle was at the event when she stumbled upon that man, who to her bewilderment, everyone seemed to be ignoring. Turns out his fake “ISIS flag” was made up of images of ...

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Phyllis Schlafly Has The Sadz

“We have a government of three separate powers and they have their duties, rights and obligations, but nobody assigned to the judicial branch in the Constitution has the right to overturn the law that we’ve had for millennia. It’s just not the kind of country that we live in. A lot of people thought when the Supreme Court handed down ...

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Record Crowds For London Pride

From the Guardian: Tens of thousands of people, many decked in the colours of the rainbow, took to London’s streets on Saturday to celebrate the annual Pride parade just a day after gay marriage was ruled to be legal across the US. To mark the historic judgment, which ensures that the 14 states with bans on same-sex marriage cannot enforce ...

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Mexican President Celebrates Pride

“We proudly celebrate our diversity. In Mexico we’re all equal.”

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The Foot Wore A Spiked Heel

It was 46 years ago this week that the queer community of New York City finally said “Enough!” For some historical perspective to this week’s victory, I’m reposting the story that the New York Daily News ran one week after the Stonewall Riots. Note how the story drips with condescension and ridicule. We’ve come a long, long way in 46 ...

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Marriage Holdouts: Louisiana & Mississippi

Reuters reports: Same-sex marriage remained on hold in Louisiana and Mississippi, even as a U.S. Supreme Court ruling on Friday legalizing it nationwide led to gay couples joyously tying the knot in other states that banned such weddings before the decision. In Louisiana, Republican Attorney General Buddy Caldwell’s office issued a statement saying that it had “found nothing in today’s ...

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Today’s New York City Tabloids

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Celebration In San Francisco

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The Duggar Family Has The Sadz

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