With gay marriage decision, SCOTUS states the obvious
It’s a testament to the laziness of people that so many are cheering SCOTUS’ decision on gay marriage, when even the Supreme Court justices said it was, um, actually legalized in 1868 when Equal Protection was made federal law in the 14th Amendment. A hundred and five years to get the government to obey its own laws? If you call that “progress,” then you need to raise your standards a bit. With its decision to support the legality of marriage equality, the Supreme Court deserves our gratitude for stating the obvious. unconstitutional definition of marriage, and are reading it in these pages, had only two male or two female parents, none of you would ever have been be born. What a loss to humanity. unIslamic acts, as they violate Islamic teachings on the sanctity of human life as mentioned in numerous places in the Quran (5:33; 6:152; 17:34). These attacks are even more heinous as this is the holy month of Ramadan. Prophet Muhammad helped mankind even more so during Ramadan than in any other time of the year.