Good news from the Golden State:
The sponsors of a proposed constitutional amendment to outlaw same-sex marriage in California said Monday they have gathered enough signatures to qualify the measure for the November ballot.
The folks in Florida working to get a marriage amendment on the ballot there this November are about 20,000 signatures short of what they need, with 2 weeks to go.
If you live in Florida, visit their site and download a petition and help out. We NEED this on the ballot down there this fall. Do what you can. And pass it on.
This Election Day, voters in eight states will go to the polls and decide whether or not to give the traditional definition of marriage, the union of one man and one woman, the protection of an amendment to their state constitutions. Amendments that are designed to protect traditional marriage from being redefined by radical state and federal judges, and to make sure that voters have a chance to be heard on this fundamental issue. read more »
How long does it take to get to the bottom of a slippery slope? While the answer to that question depends on the issue and your definition of the "bottom", the Netherlands is conducting tests to help answer that question where it concerns the sanctity of life and marriage.