The issue of gay marriage just got a boost, courtesy of the Massachusetts Senate yesterday.
BOSTON (AP) - Gay couples from across the country are one step closer to a Massachusetts wedding.
This is just too good to be true. From Dave Brody:
Barack Obama may be talking up his Christian faith like he's doing today in Ohio and trying his best to appeal to Evangelicals with a "new kind of politics", but he's got a problem. Many of his positions are the same liberal positions that have turned off Evangelicals for years.
Now that the general election campaign is in full swing, we are beginning to see some telling traits come to light, which are defining the Obama political machine. In just over the last few days we've learned of several unique actions that can be chalked up to nothing but Politics as usual'. read more »
The Republican National Committee has launced a new website, www.MeetBarackObama.com.
The site gives the American voter lots of information to ponder about Obama, which should help to ensure the junior senator from Illinois is not elected in November. read more »
The pro-family conservatives in California met the first half of this years challenge on the issue of gay marriage - they got a traditional definition of marriage amendment on the ballot for this November...making California ground-zero in this debate for the next 6 months. read more »
According to several news outlets, Barack Obama is projected to have clinched the Democratic Party nomination.
Of course, in reality there hasn't been an actual vote cast by the delegates at this point. But, if the reported tallies do end up being accurate (and the superdelegates do maintain their public and private endorsements) it looks like the process will truly be over.
Obama just can't seem to shake the Rev. Wright. This from the Washington Times:
Most Americans say Sen. Barack Obama has failed to distance himself from his former pastor"s incendiary remarks, the new Fox 5/The Washington Times/Rasmussen Reports poll finds.
Well, despite all the efforts on the part of the media to get Hillary out of this thing, I'd say that by winning Pennsylvania, she pretty well just guaranteed that she'll be able to be in this thing for the duration. read more »
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.