The Perils and Promise of Newt Gingrich’s Candidacy
There are concerns that are now being expressed about Newt’s record as a leader.
A Modest Proposal to Reduce Unnecessary Divorce
The Second Chances Act is a brilliant piece of work by two of the nation’s leading pro-marriage liberals.
When Faith and Values Collide
At the Values Voters Summit, a respected Baptist pastor from Texas introduced Gov. Rick Perry.
The Case Against Raising Cain
The unexpected straw poll victory for Herman Cain has led to voters taking a second look.
The Curious Moral Authority of Gay Men
In North Carolina, a group called Faith in America is starting a billboard and newspaper ad campaign…
How Marriage Sunk David Weprin
Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2011, was a good day for marriage.
A New Kind of Presidential Debate
The APP Palmetto Freedom Forum on Monday in Columbia, S.C., was a different kind of debate.
Warning: Your Romance May Be Dangerous to Your Kids
A new crop of research is challenging the idea that the main problem with the decline of marriage is the absence of fathers.
Obama Sabotages Defense of Marriage Act
Justice Department lawyers help federal judge overturn Defense of Marriage Act.
Marriage Wins Big at the Ballot Box
The wins lent encouragement to those who argue America remains a center-right country ideologically, despite major Democratic gains.
Jerry Brown Tries to Sink California Marriage Amendment
California Attorney General Jerry Brown was supposed to act as the chief defender of the state’s marriage laws before the state supreme court.
Prop. 22 Can Save Traditional Marriage in California
An epic battle for marriage, religious liberty, and constitutional government will take place in California this November.