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Pros and cons of public sex offender list?

18 Jan 2017 21:24 | Author: User1488031311 | Category: Resume sur la guerre de troie naura pas lieu

Premarital Sex. Premarital Sex - Positives and Negatives "Is it ok to have premarital sex?" That is a common question among teens and engaged couples.

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  1. author
    Ъ Водичко 17 Jan 2017 23:56

    In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s landmark Obergefell v. Hodges (2015) decision, same-sex marriage is now protected federally in all 50 states. In addition to Obergefell clearing the way for same-sex couples throughout the United States to get married, unions that couldn''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''t be finalized until this very ruling may now proceed. The ruling ushered in many other changes as well, including the recognition of marriages performed in other states and a more simplified divorce process.

    While Obergefell dramatically altered the legal landscape for same-sex couples, citing the Equal Protection clause of the Fourteenth Amendment , there still are somelegal considerationsyou may want to make beforetaking the plunge.

    As a result of the Supreme Court''''''''''''''''s historic Obergefell decision on June 26, 2015, same-sex marriage is now a reality all across the United States. Same-sex couples can get married--and have their marriages recognized--anywhere in the U.S..

    In June of 2013, prior to Obergefell, the Supreme Court issued another major marriage equality ruling in U.S. v. Windsor, which held that same-sex couples must be considered legally married for federal purposes and qualify for the same federal benefits opposite sex couples receive, including immigration status, Social Security benefits, and laws exempting married couples from inheritance taxes and gift taxes. To learn more about the Windsor case, see Same Sex Married Couples Will Soon Receive Federal Benefits.

    Compliments of Correct, not Politically Correct , authored by Frank Turek. For more information, visit

    60 David Kupelian, The Marketing of Evil , (Nashville, WND Books, 2005), pg. 37.

    61 J. Budziszewski, What We Can’t Not Know, (Dallas: Spence, 2003), pg. 190.

    62 George Gilder, Men and Marriage, (Adler, 1986), pg. 74.

    Denying some people the option to marry is discriminatory and creates a second class of citizens. On July 25, 2014 Miami-Dade County Circuit Court… Read More

    Same-sex couples should have access to the same benefits enjoyed by heterosexual married couples. There are 1,138 benefits, rights and protections. Read More

    The first court challenge to same-sex marriage bans came in 1970, after two gay University of Minnesota students were denied their request for a marriage license on the grounds that they were of the same gender. They claimed violations of the First, Eighth, Ninth, and Fourteenth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution. Their claim was dismissed and subsequently appealed to the Minnesota Supreme Court, which also rejected their claim.

    Finally, in 1972, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a summary dismissal of the case ( Baker v. Nelson ), thereby affirming the Minnesota Supreme Court''s ruling. This ruling set a precedent that would not be reversed federally for another 43 years.

    An arranged marriage is one where the families have pre decided on a spouse for the child. The two people getting married often do not know each other, and have no choice in the matter. It is a highly traditional practice in many Indian and Asian cultures, and has been practiced for centuries. The debate on this issue is difficult because the views differ greatly depending on your culture.

    1. Better Future
    The love that is present for those couples who are engaged in arrange marriage will grow stronger. The arrange marriage couples will be given enough time to bond and understand each other’s company before the actual date of their marriage occur. If they think that they are not meant for each other, they are free to file a divorce or their parents will not allowed them to get married.

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    organicbutterfly228 18 Jan 2017 07:54

    In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court''''s landmark Obergefell v. Hodges (2015) decision, same-sex marriage is now protected federally in all 50 states. In addition to Obergefell clearing the way for same-sex couples throughout the United States to get married, unions that couldn''''t be finalized until this very ruling may now proceed. The ruling ushered in many other changes as well, including the recognition of marriages performed in other states and a more simplified divorce process.

    While Obergefell dramatically altered the legal landscape for same-sex couples, citing the Equal Protection clause of the Fourteenth Amendment , there still are somelegal considerationsyou may want to make beforetaking the plunge.

    As a result of the Supreme Court's historic Obergefell decision on June 26, 2015, same-sex marriage is now a reality all across the United States. Same-sex couples can get married--and have their marriages recognized--anywhere in the U.S..

    In June of 2013, prior to Obergefell, the Supreme Court issued another major marriage equality ruling in U.S. v. Windsor, which held that same-sex couples must be considered legally married for federal purposes and qualify for the same federal benefits opposite sex couples receive, including immigration status, Social Security benefits, and laws exempting married couples from inheritance taxes and gift taxes. To learn more about the Windsor case, see Same Sex Married Couples Will Soon Receive Federal Benefits.

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    purplemouse943 17 Jan 2017 23:25

    All Presidents have been Against Same Sex Marriage.

  4. author
    crazygoose734 18 Jan 2017 05:33

    In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s landmark Obergefell v. Hodges (2015) decision, same-sex marriage is now protected federally in all 50 states. In addition to Obergefell clearing the way for same-sex couples throughout the United States to get married, unions that couldn''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''t be finalized until this very ruling may now proceed. The ruling ushered in many other changes as well, including the recognition of marriages performed in other states and a more simplified divorce process.

    While Obergefell dramatically altered the legal landscape for same-sex couples, citing the Equal Protection clause of the Fourteenth Amendment , there still are somelegal considerationsyou may want to make beforetaking the plunge.

    As a result of the Supreme Court''''''''s historic Obergefell decision on June 26, 2015, same-sex marriage is now a reality all across the United States. Same-sex couples can get married--and have their marriages recognized--anywhere in the U.S..

    In June of 2013, prior to Obergefell, the Supreme Court issued another major marriage equality ruling in U.S. v. Windsor, which held that same-sex couples must be considered legally married for federal purposes and qualify for the same federal benefits opposite sex couples receive, including immigration status, Social Security benefits, and laws exempting married couples from inheritance taxes and gift taxes. To learn more about the Windsor case, see Same Sex Married Couples Will Soon Receive Federal Benefits.

    Compliments of Correct, not Politically Correct , authored by Frank Turek. For more information, visit

    60 David Kupelian, The Marketing of Evil , (Nashville, WND Books, 2005), pg. 37.

    61 J. Budziszewski, What We Can’t Not Know, (Dallas: Spence, 2003), pg. 190.

    62 George Gilder, Men and Marriage, (Adler, 1986), pg. 74.

    Denying some people the option to marry is discriminatory and creates a second class of citizens. On July 25, 2014 Miami-Dade County Circuit Court… Read More

    Same-sex couples should have access to the same benefits enjoyed by heterosexual married couples. There are 1,138 benefits, rights and protections. Read More

    The first court challenge to same-sex marriage bans came in 1970, after two gay University of Minnesota students were denied their request for a marriage license on the grounds that they were of the same gender. They claimed violations of the First, Eighth, Ninth, and Fourteenth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution. Their claim was dismissed and subsequently appealed to the Minnesota Supreme Court, which also rejected their claim.

    Finally, in 1972, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a summary dismissal of the case ( Baker v. Nelson ), thereby affirming the Minnesota Supreme Court's ruling. This ruling set a precedent that would not be reversed federally for another 43 years.

  5. author
    redelephant305 18 Jan 2017 05:00

    In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s landmark Obergefell v. Hodges (2015) decision, same-sex marriage is now protected federally in all 50 states. In addition to Obergefell clearing the way for same-sex couples throughout the United States to get married, unions that couldn''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''t be finalized until this very ruling may now proceed. The ruling ushered in many other changes as well, including the recognition of marriages performed in other states and a more simplified divorce process.

    While Obergefell dramatically altered the legal landscape for same-sex couples, citing the Equal Protection clause of the Fourteenth Amendment , there still are somelegal considerationsyou may want to make beforetaking the plunge.

    As a result of the Supreme Court''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s historic Obergefell decision on June 26, 2015, same-sex marriage is now a reality all across the United States. Same-sex couples can get married--and have their marriages recognized--anywhere in the U.S..

    In June of 2013, prior to Obergefell, the Supreme Court issued another major marriage equality ruling in U.S. v. Windsor, which held that same-sex couples must be considered legally married for federal purposes and qualify for the same federal benefits opposite sex couples receive, including immigration status, Social Security benefits, and laws exempting married couples from inheritance taxes and gift taxes. To learn more about the Windsor case, see Same Sex Married Couples Will Soon Receive Federal Benefits.

    Compliments of Correct, not Politically Correct , authored by Frank Turek. For more information, visit

    60 David Kupelian, The Marketing of Evil , (Nashville, WND Books, 2005), pg. 37.

    61 J. Budziszewski, What We Can’t Not Know, (Dallas: Spence, 2003), pg. 190.

    62 George Gilder, Men and Marriage, (Adler, 1986), pg. 74.

    Denying some people the option to marry is discriminatory and creates a second class of citizens. On July 25, 2014 Miami-Dade County Circuit Court… Read More

    Same-sex couples should have access to the same benefits enjoyed by heterosexual married couples. There are 1,138 benefits, rights and protections. Read More

    The first court challenge to same-sex marriage bans came in 1970, after two gay University of Minnesota students were denied their request for a marriage license on the grounds that they were of the same gender. They claimed violations of the First, Eighth, Ninth, and Fourteenth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution. Their claim was dismissed and subsequently appealed to the Minnesota Supreme Court, which also rejected their claim.

    Finally, in 1972, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a summary dismissal of the case ( Baker v. Nelson ), thereby affirming the Minnesota Supreme Court''''s ruling. This ruling set a precedent that would not be reversed federally for another 43 years.

    An arranged marriage is one where the families have pre decided on a spouse for the child. The two people getting married often do not know each other, and have no choice in the matter. It is a highly traditional practice in many Indian and Asian cultures, and has been practiced for centuries. The debate on this issue is difficult because the views differ greatly depending on your culture.

    1. Better Future
    The love that is present for those couples who are engaged in arrange marriage will grow stronger. The arrange marriage couples will be given enough time to bond and understand each other’s company before the actual date of their marriage occur. If they think that they are not meant for each other, they are free to file a divorce or their parents will not allowed them to get married.

    When people walk down the aisle and get married, they hope the union will last a lifetime. The cold reality, however, is that roughly half of all marriages in the United States end in divorce as of 2012, says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. With the odds of splitting from a spouse so high, people turn to prenuptial agreements to protect their assets. These agreements are legal contracts that have both advantages and disadvantages.

    · You may be able to outline spousal support. The Uniform Premarital Agreement Act of 1983 is applicable to just over half of all states. In states where this law applies, it is possible to use a prenuptial agreement to create a basis for spousal support.

  6. author
    Переодетая_Дипломата 18 Jan 2017 07:20

    In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s landmark Obergefell v. Hodges (2015) decision, same-sex marriage is now protected federally in all 50 states. In addition to Obergefell clearing the way for same-sex couples throughout the United States to get married, unions that couldn''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''t be finalized until this very ruling may now proceed. The ruling ushered in many other changes as well, including the recognition of marriages performed in other states and a more simplified divorce process.

    While Obergefell dramatically altered the legal landscape for same-sex couples, citing the Equal Protection clause of the Fourteenth Amendment , there still are somelegal considerationsyou may want to make beforetaking the plunge.

    As a result of the Supreme Court''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s historic Obergefell decision on June 26, 2015, same-sex marriage is now a reality all across the United States. Same-sex couples can get married--and have their marriages recognized--anywhere in the U.S..

    In June of 2013, prior to Obergefell, the Supreme Court issued another major marriage equality ruling in U.S. v. Windsor, which held that same-sex couples must be considered legally married for federal purposes and qualify for the same federal benefits opposite sex couples receive, including immigration status, Social Security benefits, and laws exempting married couples from inheritance taxes and gift taxes. To learn more about the Windsor case, see Same Sex Married Couples Will Soon Receive Federal Benefits.

    Compliments of Correct, not Politically Correct , authored by Frank Turek. For more information, visit

    60 David Kupelian, The Marketing of Evil , (Nashville, WND Books, 2005), pg. 37.

    61 J. Budziszewski, What We Can’t Not Know, (Dallas: Spence, 2003), pg. 190.

    62 George Gilder, Men and Marriage, (Adler, 1986), pg. 74.

    Denying some people the option to marry is discriminatory and creates a second class of citizens. On July 25, 2014 Miami-Dade County Circuit Court… Read More

    Same-sex couples should have access to the same benefits enjoyed by heterosexual married couples. There are 1,138 benefits, rights and protections. Read More

    The first court challenge to same-sex marriage bans came in 1970, after two gay University of Minnesota students were denied their request for a marriage license on the grounds that they were of the same gender. They claimed violations of the First, Eighth, Ninth, and Fourteenth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution. Their claim was dismissed and subsequently appealed to the Minnesota Supreme Court, which also rejected their claim.

    Finally, in 1972, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a summary dismissal of the case ( Baker v. Nelson ), thereby affirming the Minnesota Supreme Court''''''''s ruling. This ruling set a precedent that would not be reversed federally for another 43 years.

    An arranged marriage is one where the families have pre decided on a spouse for the child. The two people getting married often do not know each other, and have no choice in the matter. It is a highly traditional practice in many Indian and Asian cultures, and has been practiced for centuries. The debate on this issue is difficult because the views differ greatly depending on your culture.

    1. Better Future
    The love that is present for those couples who are engaged in arrange marriage will grow stronger. The arrange marriage couples will be given enough time to bond and understand each other’s company before the actual date of their marriage occur. If they think that they are not meant for each other, they are free to file a divorce or their parents will not allowed them to get married.

    When people walk down the aisle and get married, they hope the union will last a lifetime. The cold reality, however, is that roughly half of all marriages in the United States end in divorce as of 2012, says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. With the odds of splitting from a spouse so high, people turn to prenuptial agreements to protect their assets. These agreements are legal contracts that have both advantages and disadvantages.

    · You may be able to outline spousal support. The Uniform Premarital Agreement Act of 1983 is applicable to just over half of all states. In states where this law applies, it is possible to use a prenuptial agreement to create a basis for spousal support.

  7. author
    User1487924818 18 Jan 2017 03:45

    In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s landmark Obergefell v. Hodges (2015) decision, same-sex marriage is now protected federally in all 50 states. In addition to Obergefell clearing the way for same-sex couples throughout the United States to get married, unions that couldn''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''t be finalized until this very ruling may now proceed. The ruling ushered in many other changes as well, including the recognition of marriages performed in other states and a more simplified divorce process.

    While Obergefell dramatically altered the legal landscape for same-sex couples, citing the Equal Protection clause of the Fourteenth Amendment , there still are somelegal considerationsyou may want to make beforetaking the plunge.

    As a result of the Supreme Court''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s historic Obergefell decision on June 26, 2015, same-sex marriage is now a reality all across the United States. Same-sex couples can get married--and have their marriages recognized--anywhere in the U.S..

    In June of 2013, prior to Obergefell, the Supreme Court issued another major marriage equality ruling in U.S. v. Windsor, which held that same-sex couples must be considered legally married for federal purposes and qualify for the same federal benefits opposite sex couples receive, including immigration status, Social Security benefits, and laws exempting married couples from inheritance taxes and gift taxes. To learn more about the Windsor case, see Same Sex Married Couples Will Soon Receive Federal Benefits.

    Compliments of Correct, not Politically Correct , authored by Frank Turek. For more information, visit

    60 David Kupelian, The Marketing of Evil , (Nashville, WND Books, 2005), pg. 37.

    61 J. Budziszewski, What We Can’t Not Know, (Dallas: Spence, 2003), pg. 190.

    62 George Gilder, Men and Marriage, (Adler, 1986), pg. 74.

    Denying some people the option to marry is discriminatory and creates a second class of citizens. On July 25, 2014 Miami-Dade County Circuit Court… Read More

    Same-sex couples should have access to the same benefits enjoyed by heterosexual married couples. There are 1,138 benefits, rights and protections. Read More

    The first court challenge to same-sex marriage bans came in 1970, after two gay University of Minnesota students were denied their request for a marriage license on the grounds that they were of the same gender. They claimed violations of the First, Eighth, Ninth, and Fourteenth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution. Their claim was dismissed and subsequently appealed to the Minnesota Supreme Court, which also rejected their claim.

    Finally, in 1972, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a summary dismissal of the case ( Baker v. Nelson ), thereby affirming the Minnesota Supreme Court''''''''''''''''s ruling. This ruling set a precedent that would not be reversed federally for another 43 years.

    An arranged marriage is one where the families have pre decided on a spouse for the child. The two people getting married often do not know each other, and have no choice in the matter. It is a highly traditional practice in many Indian and Asian cultures, and has been practiced for centuries. The debate on this issue is difficult because the views differ greatly depending on your culture.

    1. Better Future
    The love that is present for those couples who are engaged in arrange marriage will grow stronger. The arrange marriage couples will be given enough time to bond and understand each other’s company before the actual date of their marriage occur. If they think that they are not meant for each other, they are free to file a divorce or their parents will not allowed them to get married.

    When people walk down the aisle and get married, they hope the union will last a lifetime. The cold reality, however, is that roughly half of all marriages in the United States end in divorce as of 2012, says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. With the odds of splitting from a spouse so high, people turn to prenuptial agreements to protect their assets. These agreements are legal contracts that have both advantages and disadvantages.

    · You may be able to outline spousal support. The Uniform Premarital Agreement Act of 1983 is applicable to just over half of all states. In states where this law applies, it is possible to use a prenuptial agreement to create a basis for spousal support.

  8. author
    smallwolf902 17 Jan 2017 22:04

    there are both pros and cons,some cons would be that if they plan on adopting a kid the child would grow up with name calling,ignorant people would criticize against the couple ,some pros would be that the people whom aare getting married would be happy with them selves and be able to share their love!!!! hope i was help ! britt

  9. author
    SPS Compte certifié 18 Jan 2017 02:31

    In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court''''''''''''''''s landmark Obergefell v. Hodges (2015) decision, same-sex marriage is now protected federally in all 50 states. In addition to Obergefell clearing the way for same-sex couples throughout the United States to get married, unions that couldn''''''''''''''''t be finalized until this very ruling may now proceed. The ruling ushered in many other changes as well, including the recognition of marriages performed in other states and a more simplified divorce process.

    While Obergefell dramatically altered the legal landscape for same-sex couples, citing the Equal Protection clause of the Fourteenth Amendment , there still are somelegal considerationsyou may want to make beforetaking the plunge.

    As a result of the Supreme Court''''s historic Obergefell decision on June 26, 2015, same-sex marriage is now a reality all across the United States. Same-sex couples can get married--and have their marriages recognized--anywhere in the U.S..

    In June of 2013, prior to Obergefell, the Supreme Court issued another major marriage equality ruling in U.S. v. Windsor, which held that same-sex couples must be considered legally married for federal purposes and qualify for the same federal benefits opposite sex couples receive, including immigration status, Social Security benefits, and laws exempting married couples from inheritance taxes and gift taxes. To learn more about the Windsor case, see Same Sex Married Couples Will Soon Receive Federal Benefits.

    Compliments of Correct, not Politically Correct , authored by Frank Turek. For more information, visit

    60 David Kupelian, The Marketing of Evil , (Nashville, WND Books, 2005), pg. 37.

    61 J. Budziszewski, What We Can’t Not Know, (Dallas: Spence, 2003), pg. 190.

    62 George Gilder, Men and Marriage, (Adler, 1986), pg. 74.

    Denying some people the option to marry is discriminatory and creates a second class of citizens. On July 25, 2014 Miami-Dade County Circuit Court… Read More

    Same-sex couples should have access to the same benefits enjoyed by heterosexual married couples. There are 1,138 benefits, rights and protections. Read More

  10. author
    purpletiger799 18 Jan 2017 00:30

    List of Cons of Gay Marriage. 1. It trivializes and weakens the institution of heterosexual marriage. Though this argument is observed to be fading dramatically in.

  11. author
    ПАМЯТЬ В КАДРАХ 18 Jan 2017 08:14

    Cons - don t get to interact with different sexes and are more likely to be awkward around boys/girls after school at college or in general, don t get to be friends with the other sex which again will make it more of a big thing when they get older, i have found that my friends that went to an all girls school have turned out kind of slutty , they used to sneak out at lunch to go to the boys school and relationships were much more of an issue in their school, also there can be a really bitchy atmosphere if it s an all girls school, i mean can you imagine being in a class with 30 girls? Pros - if you re worried about them having a relationship they aren t in contact with the other sex as much, although to be honest if it s more of an issue you might find it is more of a temptation, you could say that they might concentrate on school work more if they don t have the distraction of the other sex but i don t know if it s completely true lol, also some of my female friends have said that they did have to bother with their hair and makeup as much in the mornings, although girls can be more judge mental sometimes, also she said that they used to straighten their hair in the classrooms lol yup : ) x

  12. author
    bigkoala948 17 Jan 2017 22:43

    In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court''''''''s landmark Obergefell v. Hodges (2015) decision, same-sex marriage is now protected federally in all 50 states. In addition to Obergefell clearing the way for same-sex couples throughout the United States to get married, unions that couldn''''''''t be finalized until this very ruling may now proceed. The ruling ushered in many other changes as well, including the recognition of marriages performed in other states and a more simplified divorce process.

    While Obergefell dramatically altered the legal landscape for same-sex couples, citing the Equal Protection clause of the Fourteenth Amendment , there still are somelegal considerationsyou may want to make beforetaking the plunge.

    As a result of the Supreme Court''s historic Obergefell decision on June 26, 2015, same-sex marriage is now a reality all across the United States. Same-sex couples can get married--and have their marriages recognized--anywhere in the U.S..

    In June of 2013, prior to Obergefell, the Supreme Court issued another major marriage equality ruling in U.S. v. Windsor, which held that same-sex couples must be considered legally married for federal purposes and qualify for the same federal benefits opposite sex couples receive, including immigration status, Social Security benefits, and laws exempting married couples from inheritance taxes and gift taxes. To learn more about the Windsor case, see Same Sex Married Couples Will Soon Receive Federal Benefits.

    Compliments of Correct, not Politically Correct , authored by Frank Turek. For more information, visit

    60 David Kupelian, The Marketing of Evil , (Nashville, WND Books, 2005), pg. 37.

    61 J. Budziszewski, What We Can’t Not Know, (Dallas: Spence, 2003), pg. 190.

    62 George Gilder, Men and Marriage, (Adler, 1986), pg. 74.