according to this article: http://www.cnn.com/2011/OPINION/07/23/witeck.same.sex/
same-sex marriage will make New York $400 million over the next few years. Maybe my state, Kentucky, needs to follow suit...
sure, smaller population, but even $4 million could be put somewhere
Any economist will tell you a couple with higher than average incomes and no kids are great for the economy - and that applies to an awful lot more gay couples than straight
by mohamedhmm7 years ago
I believe we are as human kind we should defend our human rights and our wellness from any harmful act such as same sex; so, let's come together to protect our human rights and keep our society safe for us and next...
by Felixedet20004 years ago
What do you think about the promotion of same sex marriage?The adoption of this pattern of marriage is also a source of concerns to various stake holders in the religious and political circles.What is you say in all...
by Susan Reid4 years ago
This morning seems to be full of good news for the more tolerant among us.Proposition 8, which banned same-sex marriages in California, has been overturned by a federal appeals panel. Next stop (perhaps) SCOTUS.For...
by Shanna4 years ago
http://news.blogs.cnn.com/2012/05/09/ob … ?hpt=hp_t1About time he decided on the issue. Any thoughts/comments/theories? So now he's for it, but is he going to do anything about it, I wonder.
by Specificity7 years ago
I know we already have a same-sex marriage thread in Politics, but that one has already grown so large that I thought I would start something different here. Generally, my political leanings are Libertarian, which...
by Nicola Thompson3 years ago
Just after Same-Sex marriage was legalized in California - It's been immediately asked to be "intervened by the court". Should it be? After all, isn't that how a democracy works?
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