Presidential candidate Evan McMullin: Marriage is ‘not a matter of life’

WASHINGTON, D.C., August 19, 2016 (TheRightsWriter.com) – Presidential candidate Evan McMullin has said that he will not seek to overturn the Supreme Court’s decision redefining marriage nationwide, because the institution of marriage is “not a matter of life.” McMullin, a longtime registered Republican and former CIA officer who announced his independent presidential campaign this month, … [Read more...]

Marco Rubio refuses to ‘concede’ the Constitutional case on gay ‘marriage’ (video)

WASHINGTON, D.C., December 15, 2015 (LifeSiteNews) – The Constitution does not need to be amended on the issue of marriage, because nothing in the Constitution requires that marriage be redefined, Sen. Marco Rubio told "Meet the Press" on Sunday. The justices he would appoint to the Supreme Court would understand that and vote accordingly, he said. Rubio, who has gained in recent presidential … [Read more...]

You Won’t Believe How Many Americans Think Kim Davis Deserved to Go to Jail

Christians have been accused of living in a bubble. It's said that those of us who are serious about our faith are "out of touch" with the rest of the country. If this poll is accurate, it could be Exhibit A. Nearly three-quarters of Americans agree that Kim Davis - the Born Again Christian clerk in Rowan County, Kentucky - deserved to go to jail for refusing to issue marriage licenses to gays … [Read more...]

Mike Huckabee: ‘Lock me up’ in Kim Davis’ place

GRAYSON, KY, September 8, 2015 (LifeSiteNews) - Mike Huckabee hopes his next home will be the White House, but he's willing to go to the Big House, if it keeps Rowan County clerk Kim Davis free. The 2016 Republican presidential hopeful said in a rally this afternoon that if U.S. District Judge David Bunning wants to jail someone for refusing to issue marriage licenses, Huckabee would take … [Read more...]

Which GOP Candidate Said the Top Biblical Issue Facing America is…Early Childhood Education? (Video)

If you had to name the most pressing issue facing the United States today, what would it be? You might show concern over the freedom of religion -- the Constitutionally guaranteed right to live according to the dictates of our conscience and the religion of our choice. You may say abortion, the spilling of innocent blood that cries out to Heaven for vengeance (Genesis 4:10). Societal confusion … [Read more...]

John Kasich Hires Gay ‘Marriage’ Supporter as an Adviser

Ohio Governor John Kasich has made yet another troubling hire in his yet-unannounced presidential campaign. His nonprofit, New Day for America, has hired Matt David, a leader of the misnamed group Young Conservatives for the Freedom to Marry, a group of Republicans who support redefining marriage. He will join John Weaver, a liberal Republican and sometime Democrat who has made war on … [Read more...]

Scott Walker: Where Does He (Really) Stand?

He's the talk of the Republican Party. He's polling first in Iowa. He is considered by many the man to be reckoned with in the 2016 primaries. And as of today, he's officially a candidate for president of the United States. But is Scott Walker the right candidate for conservative Christians? A GOP Favorite The two-term governor of deep-blue Wisconsin has been touted as a presidential … [Read more...]

Christie Crushes Conscience

In a crowded Republican primary field, every candidate has to do something to break out: offer new policies, bring a dynamic spin to his message, or burnish a record so compelling it demands voters' attention. Chris Christie has apparently decided to break through the Republican ranks by running on a new policy: Banish Christians from the public square. Interviewed last week about whether a … [Read more...]

8 Reasons Christians will not Vote for Chris Christie in the Primaries

New Jersey's tough-talking governor, Chris Christie, entered the Republican presidential race yesterday, making him the 14th presidential hopeful in 2016 (so far). While he is a likable person and consummate retail politician, his positions on key issues put him outside consideration for Christian conservatives voting in the 2016 primaries. Here are six reasons why Christians will not vote for … [Read more...]

Which Presidential Candidates Said We Should Abandon Marriage This Weekend?

Ignoring the advice of its first president, as well as another Wonderful Counselor, the Republican Party has become a house divided against itself on the issue of marriage. A few candidates remain determined to preserve the definition of marriage that has endured for millennia. Others have suggested political leaders fold their hand, "take a deep breath," and "move on" to issues the candidates … [Read more...]