Bill Clinton joins a parade of liberal politicians who are quickly jettisoning conviction for the sake of politics. Some might say that Bill Clinton isn’t doing this out of politics because he won’t be running for public office again. True, but his wife most likely will. His latest flip-flop gets the issue out of the way now before his wife begins campaigning in two years.

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By Tom Quiner Pope Benedict XVI made his annual “State of the Church” address. He spoke briefly about gay marriage, characterizing it as destroying the very “essence of the human creature.” The media exploded. Although the subject of gay marriage was a small part of his speech, that is all the media reported. The headline for…

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“The state should never have gotten involved with marriage.” I heard a Ron Paul supporter make that claim a few days ago on a call-in Catholic talk radio show. The guest on the show, Bill Donohue of the Catholic League, made an interesting response: “marriage isn’t about love.”

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By Tom Quiner Iowa judges imposed gay marriage on Iowa. Iowa voters lashed back two years ago and threw out three of the judges involved in the decision. A fourth judge involved in the decision is up for retention this November. I provide this as background for out-of-state readers of Quiner’s Diner. An Iowa attorney,…

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Parents who have children with disordered same-sex attractions will be prevented by law from seeking treatment for their kids. Democrats in the California legislature passed a law banning such treatment. If Governor Brown signs the bill, parents will be left with a choice to let the California culture nurture a homosexual lifestyle in their child …

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