‘Gay marriage’ is against human nature and Europe’s human rights convention: Greek justice minister...

Dec 11, 2014 by

By Hilary White, LifeSite: Any proposal to install “gay marriage” in Greek law would be contrary to the European Convention on Human Rights, said Haralambos Athanasiou, the country’s justice minister, this week. He added that his country should not comply with EU demands to create civil unions or legally recognized same-sex partnerships. When the Convention “speaks about marriage it speaks [of it being] between a man and woman,” Athanasiou told Greek television. “We are a country that respects...

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PM told: Bring back those alienated by gay marriage

Dec 11, 2014 by

From The Christian Institute: David Cameron should work to win back people who support marriage between one man and one woman, the Grassroots Conservatives group has said. Bob Woollard, who leads the organisation, said new laws were needed to “protect those who believe in traditional marriage”. In a letter to the Prime Minister, Woollard warned that people have left the Conservatives over same-sex marriage and were voting for UKIP, or not at all. ‘Alienated’ “I am personally convinced that the...

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Former Archbishop Rowan Williams wades into EU withdrawal debate

Dec 10, 2014 by

By John Bingham, Telegraph: The former Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Williams has waded into the debate over withdrawal from the European Union insisting it could leave the UK “dangerously dependent” on the City. He said leaving the EU would be a “deeply regressive” step and claimed Britain would have almost nothing else “distinctive” to offer outside it. Going it alone could turn the country into an “offshore financial facility”, he added. The former Archbishop also said it was also becoming...

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George Osborne accused of actively discouraging marriage

Dec 8, 2014 by

By John Bingham, Telegraph: George Osborne’s Autumn Statement has failed David Cameron’s “family test” by actively increasing financial incentives for couples with children to live apart, a study by the Marriage Foundation think-tank has concluded. The group, founded by the High Court judge Sir Paul Coleridge and admired by the Work and Pensions Secretary, Iain Duncan Smith, said the Coalition had “failed at the first hurdle” to implement the Prime Minister’s recent pledge to recast government...

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Social conservatism reborn as Republican women rout the pro-abortion liberals

Nov 7, 2014 by

By Laura Perrins, Conservative Woman: Oh to live in the United States where The Conservative Woman actually exists. Women did very well in the elections and they were not running for the Democrats. You will not read about these candidates in The Guardian, or hear about them on Woman’s Hour, so we shall enlighten you here. Given the amount of griping that goes on about a lack of women in politics, one would expect the election to get a mention by Jenni & Co on Woman’s Hour....

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What the Wave Means

Nov 6, 2014 by

So, the leadership power in the Senate just shifted, and the conservative majority in the House just grew to historic proportions – what exactly does that really mean, particularly in the context of social issues? In the CitizenLink Report, Tom Minnery explains it in a way that’s easy to understand and to share with your friends and family. The short version: Hundreds of bills that were being held hostage by the Democratic majority in the Senate will now have an opportunity to be considered....

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