Rainbows, Lightning, and Droughts: What About These Signs?
You may remember when Ireland voted to sanction same-sex marriage that gays around the world were ecstatic and made mention of a double rainbow in the sky as some sort of divine approval of the vote. I asked in an article on the claim, “So what about the rainbows that
Rainbows, Left-Handedness, and ‘Gay’ Rights
When 60 percent of the voting public in Ireland voted to redefine marriage, the gaysters screamed with wild euphoria. They were finally being recognized for their sexual proclivities. Don’t think, however, that this vote stops them from snuffing out all opposition. They’ve only just begun. Any word of dissent will
Why Does Ireland’s Pro-Gay Vote Count but not the Votes of 30 States in the US?
Ireland overwhelmingly voted for same-sex marriage. Why does Ireland’s vote count when in the United States votes by state legislatures and the general public (e.g., California, Alabama, Texas) are often overruled by unelected judges? Why is it right in Ireland to vote for something and have it mean something, but