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https://plus.google.com/112650556370545034910 April Marie Sanderson : Apparently, North Carolina's Amendment One, approved by NC voters, carried not only civil but criminal...
Apparently, North Carolina's Amendment One, approved by NC voters, carried not only civil but criminal penalties for any clergy found "guilty" of performing same-gender weddings! Un-freakin'-believable!

We are thrilled that the judge's order specifically recognized the religious freedom implications of this case and our clergy will be able to perform same-sex marriage ceremonies as faith practices call for without fear of prosecution.

~Heather Kimmel, UCC associate general
counsel.
UCC victorious in lawsuit as judge strikes down N.C. gay marriage ban
A federal judge has struck down North Carolina’s marriage laws as unconstitutional, giving the United Church of Christ and its co-plaintiffs a monumental and historic victory for equality for all people.
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https://plus.google.com/114994659630738489935 Gays and Liberal Ways : Apparently, North Carolina's Amendment One, approved by NC voters, carried not only civil but criminal...
Apparently, North Carolina's Amendment One, approved by NC voters, carried not only civil but criminal penalties for any clergy found "guilty" of performing same-gender weddings! Un-freakin'-believable!

We are thrilled that the judge's order specifically recognized the religious freedom implications of this case and our clergy will be able to perform same-sex marriage ceremonies as faith practices call for without fear of prosecution.

~Heather Kimmel, UCC associate general
counsel.
UCC victorious in lawsuit as judge strikes down N.C. gay marriage ban
A federal judge has struck down North Carolina’s marriage laws as unconstitutional, giving the United Church of Christ and its co-plaintiffs a monumental and historic victory for equality for all people.
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https://plus.google.com/110217836327640186505 Clarence C. : Apparently, North Carolina's Amendment One, approved by NC voters, carried not only civil but criminal...
Apparently, North Carolina's Amendment One, approved by NC voters, carried not only civil but criminal penalties for any clergy found "guilty" of performing same-gender weddings! Un-freakin'-believable!

We are thrilled that the judge's order specifically recognized the religious freedom implications of this case and our clergy will be able to perform same-sex marriage ceremonies as faith practices call for without fear of prosecution.

~Heather Kimmel, United Church of Christ associate general counsel re: a North Carolina court's ruling on Friday (Oct. 10) that voter-approved Amendment One unconstitutionally prevented UCC from unfettered practice of their faith
UCC victorious in lawsuit as judge strikes down N.C. gay marriage ban
A federal judge has struck down North Carolina’s marriage laws as unconstitutional, giving the United Church of Christ and its co-plaintiffs a monumental and historic victory for equality for all people.
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https://plus.google.com/110217836327640186505 Clarence C. : Apparently, North Carolina's Amendment One, approved by NC voters, carried not only civil but criminal...
Apparently, North Carolina's Amendment One, approved by NC voters, carried not only civil but criminal penalties for any clergy found "guilty" of performing same-gender weddings! Un-freakin'-believable!

We are thrilled that the judge's order specifically recognized the religious freedom implications of this case and our clergy will be able to perform same-sex marriage ceremonies as faith practices call for without fear of prosecution.

~Heather Kimmel, UCC associate general
counsel.
UCC victorious in lawsuit as judge strikes down N.C. gay marriage ban
A federal judge has struck down North Carolina’s marriage laws as unconstitutional, giving the United Church of Christ and its co-plaintiffs a monumental and historic victory for equality for all people.
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https://plus.google.com/110217836327640186505 Clarence C. : Apparently, North Carolina's Amendment One, approved by NC voters, carried not only civil but criminal...
Apparently, North Carolina's Amendment One, approved by NC voters, carried not only civil but criminal penalties for any clergy found "guilty" of performing same-gender weddings! Un-freakin'-believable!

We are thrilled that the judge's order specifically recognized the religious freedom implications of this case and our clergy will be able to perform same-sex marriage ceremonies as faith practices call for without fear of prosecution.

~Heather Kimmel, UCC associate general
counsel.
UCC victorious in lawsuit as judge strikes down N.C. gay marriage ban
A federal judge has struck down North Carolina’s marriage laws as unconstitutional, giving the United Church of Christ and its co-plaintiffs a monumental and historic victory for equality for all people.
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https://plus.google.com/110217836327640186505 Clarence C. : Apparently, North Carolina's Amendment One, approved by NC voters, carried not only civil but criminal...
Apparently, North Carolina's Amendment One, approved by NC voters, carried not only civil but criminal penalties for any clergy found "guilty" of performing same-gender weddings! Un-freakin'-believable!

We are thrilled that the judge's order specifically recognized the religious freedom implications of this case and our clergy will be able to perform same-sex marriage ceremonies as faith practices call for without fear of prosecution.

~Heather Kimmel, UCC associate general
counsel.
UCC victorious in lawsuit as judge strikes down N.C. gay marriage ban
A federal judge has struck down North Carolina’s marriage laws as unconstitutional, giving the United Church of Christ and its co-plaintiffs a monumental and historic victory for equality for all people.
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https://plus.google.com/110217836327640186505 Clarence C. : Apparently, North Carolina's Amendment One, approved by NC voters, carried not only civil but criminal...
Apparently, North Carolina's Amendment One, approved by NC voters, carried not only civil but criminal penalties for any clergy found "guilty" of performing same-gender weddings! Un-freakin'-believable!

We are thrilled that the judge's order specifically recognized the religious freedom implications of this case and our clergy will be able to perform same-sex marriage ceremonies as faith practices call for without fear of prosecution.

~Heather Kimmel, UCC associate general
counsel.
UCC victorious in lawsuit as judge strikes down N.C. gay marriage ban
A federal judge has struck down North Carolina’s marriage laws as unconstitutional, giving the United Church of Christ and its co-plaintiffs a monumental and historic victory for equality for all people.
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https://plus.google.com/110217836327640186505 Clarence C. : Apparently, North Carolina's Amendment One, approved by NC voters, carried not only civil but criminal...
Apparently, North Carolina's Amendment One, approved by NC voters, carried not only civil but criminal penalties for any clergy found "guilty" of performing same-gender weddings! Un-freakin'-believable!

We are thrilled that the judge's order specifically recognized the religious freedom implications of this case and our clergy will be able to perform same-sex marriage ceremonies as faith practices call for without fear of prosecution.

~Heather Kimmel, UCC associate general
counsel.
UCC victorious in lawsuit as judge strikes down N.C. gay marriage ban
A federal judge has struck down North Carolina’s marriage laws as unconstitutional, giving the United Church of Christ and its co-plaintiffs a monumental and historic victory for equality for all people.
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https://plus.google.com/110217836327640186505 Clarence C. : Apparently, North Carolina's Amendment One, approved by NC voters, carried not only civil but criminal...
Apparently, North Carolina's Amendment One, approved by NC voters, carried not only civil but criminal penalties for any clergy found "guilty" of performing same-gender weddings! Un-freakin'-believable!

We are thrilled that the judge's order specifically recognized the religious freedom implications of this case and our clergy will be able to perform same-sex marriage ceremonies as faith practices call for without fear of prosecution.

~Heather Kimmel, UCC associate general
counsel.
UCC victorious in lawsuit as judge strikes down N.C. gay marriage ban
A federal judge has struck down North Carolina’s marriage laws as unconstitutional, giving the United Church of Christ and its co-plaintiffs a monumental and historic victory for equality for all people.
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https://plus.google.com/112783847768284611474 Authors' Notes: Ensley F. Guffey & K. Dale Koontz : Tonight, North Carolina's Amendment One is officially dead, ruled unconstitutional in line with the ...
Tonight, North Carolina's Amendment One is officially dead, ruled unconstitutional in line with the Fourth Circuit Court's ruling earlier this year. I am so proud to celebrate the establishment of marriage equality in my home state! The first folks to tie the knot? Wake County Deputy Sheriff Chad Briggs and his partner Chris Creech. Congrats, gentlemen, may your marriage be as healthy, happy, and rewarding as my own! http://buff.ly/1vY2grK
RALEIGH: Judge says gay marriage is now legal in North Carolina | State Politics | NewsObserver.com
A federal judge in western North Carolina struck down North Carolina's ban on gay marriage late Friday, capping a roller-coaster day of legal activity. U.S. District Judge Max Cogburn issued the historic ruling at 5:32 p.m. and weddings began soon after.
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https://plus.google.com/108168436334680083866 PoliticsNC : Unless you just crawled out from under a rock, you’re well aware that the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of ...
Unless you just crawled out from under a rock, you’re well aware that the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that a ban on gay marriage violates the U.S. Constitution, and that this will doubtless have an effect on North Carolina’s Amendment One. The…
The Legislature: Doing the Job the Attorney General Won’t Do
Unless you just crawled out from under a rock, you're well aware that the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that a ban on gay marriage violates the U.S. Constitution, and that this will doubtless have an effect on North Carolina's Amendment One. The ruling doesn't mean that Amendment One is overturned and that…
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https://plus.google.com/115406348390905770968 Marriage Equality USA : MEUSA's press release: HISTORIC VIRGINIA DECISION UPHOLDS MARRIAGE EQUALITY Ruling solidifies Virginia's...
MEUSA's press release:
HISTORIC VIRGINIA DECISION UPHOLDS MARRIAGE EQUALITY 

Ruling solidifies Virginia's unique place in the marriage history after the 1967 Loving v. Virginia case overturning interracial marriage laws 

New York/San Francisco • 28 July 2014 ― Today’s Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruling in Virginia’s Bostic v. Schaeffer marks the second federal appeals court that has ruled in favor of marriage equality since last year's historic Windsor ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court. (The decision today follows the June rulings by a three-judge panel of the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals in Utah’s Kitchen v. Herbert and Okahoma's Bishop v. Smith.)

Today’s ruling solidifies Virginia’s already unique place in the U.S. history of marriage. In 1967 the Supreme Court of the United States handed down what we today refer to as “the Loving decision,” in Loving v. Virginia, the landmark civil rights decision which overturned the laws against interracial marriage. In 2007 Loving plaintiff Mildred Loving stated her support for marriage equality: “I am still not a political person, but I am proud that Richard's and my name is on a court case that can help reinforce the love, the commitment, the fairness, and the family that so many people, black or white, young or old, gay or straight seek in life. I support the freedom to marry for all. That's what Loving, and loving, are all about.”

"Jeff and I were overjoyed last year when we were finally able to marry in his home state of California," said native Virginian Thom Watson. "But our marriage wasn't recognized in my home state, where we met and started building a life together eleven years ago. We are thrilled for the many loving couples in Virginia whose equality was affirmed by today's ruling, and we look forward to the day when our marriages will be recognized throughout the U.S." 

From today's decision: 

"Civil marriage is one of the cornerstones of our way of life. It allows individuals to celebrate and publicly declare their intentions to form lifelong partnerships, which provide unparalleled intimacy, companionship, emotional support, and security. The choice of whether and whom to marry is an intensely personal decision that alters the course of an individual's life. Denying same-sex couples this choice prohibits them from participating fully in our society, which is precisely the type of segregation that the Fourteenth Amendment cannot countenance."

MEUSA Program Director Tracy Hollister noted that the Fourth Circuit is the governing judicial circuit for Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, South Carolina and her home state of North Carolina. She has been following the Fourth Circuit closely. "I am thrilled that the Fourth Circuit set legal precedent that, once final, will help undo North Carolina’s Amendment One, making it our country’s most short-lived and last anti-marriage equality amendment," said Hollister. "This ruling affirms what I felt in my heart as my friends and I phone banked to defeat Amendment One: each of us deserves the full dignity and respect that comes with being able to legally marry the person we love. When I return home, I will feel more equal and more hopeful."
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https://plus.google.com/107580886902935895105 Mo Jo : United Church of Christ Sues for Gay Marriage It might seem hard to believe, but the United Church ...
United Church of Christ Sues for Gay Marriage

It might seem hard to believe, but the United Church of Christ (UCC) is suing the State of North Carolina for restricting religious freedom by banning its ministers from performing same-sex weddings. Churches that believe in equality are forced to defend the sacerdotal rights of their ministers on the grounds of religious liberty. 

Turning the Tables on Equality Foes

The UCC filed the lawsuit on Monday, April 28th in conjunction with a dozen more clergy from various churches as well as several same-sex couples. In an ironic twist, the church is using the very same defense religious conservatives have used to challenge marriage equality. It claims that North Carolina’s Amendment One, which bans the legal recognition of same-sex marriages and civil unions, infringes on their religious liberty. It asks the federal courts in the Western District of North Carolina to repeal the voter-approved ban to allow ministers to decide for themselves what weddings they conduct within their own churches.

Exactly how does Amendment One impinge on the rights of UCC ministers, as well as other clergy like ULC ministers, you might ask? Under the ban, a minister may only officiate a wedding for a couple who have obtained a legal marriage license. Officiating a wedding for a couple who have not obtained a license constitutes a Class 1 misdemeanor. Same-sex couples may not obtain marriage licenses under the ban. Therefore, ministers may not perform ceremonies for same-sex wedding ceremonies in North Carolina—even religious ceremonies—without committing a Class 1 misdemeanor.

Criminalizing the Gay Church Wedding

We immediately see the grave injustice of North Carolina’s same-sex marriage ban. Not only does it deny same-sex couples the equal rights of marriage, but it also denies ministers who perform same-sex marriages their equal sacerdotal rights. In fact, it does not just deny legal recognition of religious same-sex ceremonies, but it actively criminalizes those ceremonies.Essentially, the ban discriminates against ministers whose religious beliefs validate same-sex marriage, and it restricts their religious freedom to exercise those beliefs by performing such marriages. This is in contrast to the supposed religious “infringement” that conservative ministers would endure by the enactment of marriage equality; while they would not be forced to perform same-sex marriages, they would merely know that such unions were occurring.

It is almost unbelievable that same-sex marriage ceremonies can be criminalized because a license is impossible to obtain—even if that ceremony is purely symbolic and religious. It is also disconcerting that the government should favor religious beliefs opposing same-sex marriage over religious beliefs supporting it. As ULC ministers, we should join UCC clergy in their struggle, because the same unjust laws affect all of us. Even if you disagree with such unions, if you are in favor of this instance of government favoritism, you remove your leg to stand on whenever you defend your own religious practices in the name of freedom.

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The Huffington Post: “United Church of Christ Files Lawsuit against Gay Marriage Ban in North Carolina, Citing Threat to Religious Freedom”

The Huffington Post: “Defending True Religious Liberty: Church Files Lawsuit in Support of Marriage Equality”
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https://plus.google.com/105602243295376492388 Joe Jervis : NORTH CAROLINA: Gay Couples Mark Ban Anniversary By Demanding Licenses Two years ago today North Carolina's...
NORTH CAROLINA: Gay Couples Mark Ban Anniversary By Demanding Licenses
Two years ago today North Carolina's Amendment One enshrined anti-LGBT bigotry into the state constitution. This morning gay couples are marking the anniversary by demanding marriage licenses in the state capital. Via Freedom To Marry : A lot has happened i...
Joe. My. God.: NORTH CAROLINA: Gay Couples Mark Ban Anniversary By Demanding Licenses
JMG: Blog Year Ten JoeMyGod@gmail.com. Gay culture, short stories, politics, and fabulous disco trivia. Follow JMG on Twitter! Facebook page. RSS Feed. Previous Posts. TRAILER: Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes · Haters Have The HGTV Sadz · Seinfeld Book Prompts $1M Defamation Suit About In..
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https://plus.google.com/108869188360022079839 Rob Cypher : HGTV has tapped a pair of twin brothers who have organized prayer rallies against LGBT and reproductive...
HGTV has tapped a pair of twin brothers who have organized prayer rallies against LGBT and reproductive rights and compared same-sex marriage to Nazi Germany to star in a new reality show.

David and Jason Benham will help families buy, repair, and sell real estate in the show “Flip It Forward,” which is scheduled to premier in October.

The twins will “leverage their good-natured sibling rivalry to help families find a fixer-upper and transform it into the dream home they never thought they could afford,” the network said in a press release announcing nine new series for next season.

David Benham led a prayer rally, Charlotte 7:14, organized with his twin brother outside the 2012 Democratic National Convention to protest “abortion on demand,” “no-fault divorce,” “pornography and perversion,” “adultery,” and “demonic ideologies” taught at public schools and universities.

“(Meanwhile), the church sits silent and just builds big churches,” David Benham told conservative Christian radio host Janet Mefferd. “We are so complacent, we are so apathetic and we are very hypocritical in the church, that’s why the Bible says judgment begins in the house of God.”



He also told Mefferd he worked to pass North Carolina’s Amendment One, which bans same-sex marriage and civil unions.

“When Amendment One passed I realized the only three counties in North Carolina that actually voted against the amendment were Charlotte, Raleigh and Asheville, our three cities,” he told Mefferd. “So we had all the rural areas and all the suburban areas but we lost all the cities. So I felt like, OK, it’s time that we have a citywide church service of repentance and that’s the reason that we decided to do it right in the heart of Charlotte the night before the DNC.”

David Benham serves on the board of the anti-LGBT Coalition of Conscience and has referred to Muslims as “the enemy attacking” America.

“The difference between Islam and Christianity: Islam takes life and enslaves it,” he said. “Christianity lays its life down and sets you free.”

The brothers are the sons of Flip Benham, leader of the abortion-clinic protest group Operation Save America, which split from the militant anti-abortion group Operation Rescue in the late 1990s.

The elder Benham baptized Norma McCorvey – the plaintiff in the landmark Roe v. Wade decision – and protested outside mosques while shouting “Jesus hates Muslims” and blamed the Democratic Party for promoting a “culture of death” that caused the mass shooting in Aurora, Colorado.

Flip Benham was convicted in 2011 of stalking a Charlotte, N.C., abortion provider and sentenced to 18 months probation.

In a 2012 blog post on Operation Save America’s website, David Benham compared the fight against marriage to opposition to Nazi Germany.

“If evil is being accepted and appreciated at the national level, aggressive Christian men must lead the charge against it,” David Benham wrote. “In the late 1940s England realized this truth with Neville Chamberlain’s Policy of Appeasement and the Nazi regime. Chamberlain thought he could somehow ‘appease’ the fuehrer, yet Winston Churchill aggressively stood against this policy and proclaimed that they must kill Hitler and destroy the regime in its entirety. It wasn’t long before Chamberlain’s ‘politically correct’ policy fell flat on its face, and Churchill – the more aggressive man – took the reins and joined America in defeating the beast.”

David Benham also suggested in the Christian Post that support for marriage equality was the result of psychological issues.

“For the men on the other side of this vote, I’ll say a couple of things: You’ll never find the love of a father in the arms of another man,” he wrote. “The emotional hurt that you’ve experienced can only be healed through a life-giving relationship with the very one that created you.”

HGTV has not yet responded to a request for comment.
HGTV calls off show starring twins who hate gays, Muslims, divorce, and public schools
But the cable network, which is owned by the E.W. Scripps Company, announced it had dropped plans for the show less two hours after Raw Story called seeking comment about the twins and their political activism. “HGTV has decided not to move forward with the Benham Brothers' series,” the network ...
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https://plus.google.com/115337148988005892196 Victoria Generao : United Church of Christ Sues for Gay Marriage It might seem hard to believe, but the United Church ...
United Church of Christ Sues for Gay Marriage

It might seem hard to believe, but the United Church of Christ (UCC) is suing the State of North Carolina for restricting religious freedom by banning its ministers from performing same-sex weddings. Churches that believe in equality are forced to defend the sacerdotal rights of their ministers on the grounds of religious liberty. 

Turning the Tables on Equality Foes

The UCC filed the lawsuit on Monday, April 28th in conjunction with a dozen more clergy from various churches as well as several same-sex couples. In an ironic twist, the church is using the very same defense religious conservatives have used to challenge marriage equality. It claims that North Carolina’s Amendment One, which bans the legal recognition of same-sex marriages and civil unions, infringes on their religious liberty. It asks the federal courts in the Western District of North Carolina to repeal the voter-approved ban to allow ministers to decide for themselves what weddings they conduct within their own churches.

Exactly how does Amendment One impinge on the rights of UCC ministers, as well as other clergy like ULC ministers, you might ask? Under the ban, a minister may only officiate a wedding for a couple who have obtained a legal marriage license. Officiating a wedding for a couple who have not obtained a license constitutes a Class 1 misdemeanor. Same-sex couples may not obtain marriage licenses under the ban. Therefore, ministers may not perform ceremonies for same-sex wedding ceremonies in North Carolina—even religious ceremonies—without committing a Class 1 misdemeanor.

Criminalizing the Gay Church Wedding

We immediately see the grave injustice of North Carolina’s same-sex marriage ban. Not only does it deny same-sex couples the equal rights of marriage, but it also denies ministers who perform same-sex marriages their equal sacerdotal rights. In fact, it does not just deny legal recognition of religious same-sex ceremonies, but it actively criminalizes those ceremonies.Essentially, the ban discriminates against ministers whose religious beliefs validate same-sex marriage, and it restricts their religious freedom to exercise those beliefs by performing such marriages. This is in contrast to the supposed religious “infringement” that conservative ministers would endure by the enactment of marriage equality; while they would not be forced to perform same-sex marriages, they would merely know that such unions were occurring.

It is almost unbelievable that same-sex marriage ceremonies can be criminalized because a license is impossible to obtain—even if that ceremony is purely symbolic and religious. It is also disconcerting that the government should favor religious beliefs opposing same-sex marriage over religious beliefs supporting it. As ULC ministers, we should join UCC clergy in their struggle, because the same unjust laws affect all of us. Even if you disagree with such unions, if you are in favor of this instance of government favoritism, you remove your leg to stand on whenever you defend your own religious practices in the name of freedom.

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Source:

The Huffington Post: “United Church of Christ Files Lawsuit against Gay Marriage Ban in North Carolina, Citing Threat to Religious Freedom”

The Huffington Post: “Defending True Religious Liberty: Church Files Lawsuit in Support of Marriage Equality”
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https://plus.google.com/104584221071150373381 Trinity Congregational UCC of Winter Haven, FL : Watch a message from Rev. Geoffrey A. Black, the UCC's General Minister and President, about the filing...
Watch a message from Rev. Geoffrey A. Black, the UCC's General Minister and President, about the filing of General Synod of the United Church of Christ v. Cooper, in North Carolina this week. This federal legal challenge to North Carolina's Amendment One was filed in the Western District of North Carolina on behalf of clergy, same-sex couples, and the UCC.
Watch the video: A Message from the Rev. Geoffrey A. Black | The UCC Files Landmark Lawsuit in North Carolina
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The General Synod of the United Church of Christ (UCC) filed a lawsuit, Monday, April 28, 2014 in U.S. District Court in Charlotte, arguing that North Caroli...
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https://plus.google.com/109730410294849846346 TrustCounsel : North Carolina Amendment One, which would ban marriage for same-sex couples, passed with a large margin...
North Carolina Amendment One, which would ban marriage for same-sex couples, passed with a large margin on May 8. The amendment will affect people other than same-sex couples. See the TrustCounsel blog for my opinion on this amendment.
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https://plus.google.com/101258461275551621637 Benjamin Craft-Rendon : The proponents of North Carolina’s Amendment One celebrated by eating wedding cakes with bride and groom...
The proponents of North Carolina’s Amendment One celebrated by eating wedding cakes with bride and groom figurines on top. The sight really choked #colbert up. “I always cry at the prevention of weddings,” he said. #civilrights #colbertreport
Colbert Believes In Protecting Traditional Gay Stereotypes
Stephen Colbert always cries at the prevention of weddings.
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https://plus.google.com/102679947985210525825 Bryan Maine : this weeks Friday video out and ready to go! enjoy! North Carolina Amendment One has more than Fifty...
this weeks Friday video out and ready to go! enjoy!

North Carolina Amendment One has more than Fifty Shades of Grey - Bryan Maine
Watch the video: North Carolina Amendment One has more than Fifty Shades of Grey - Bryan Maine
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