The practicality of the state “getting out of the marriage business”
- Privatizing Marriage Is Impossible
- Privatizing Marriage Is Not the Answer to the Same-Sex Marriage Debate
- Privatizing Marriage Is Unjust to Children
- Privatizing Marriage Will Expand the Role of the State
- Getting Government Out of the Marriage Business
Impeachment of Federal Judges
Whether impeachment is an appropriate remedy
- Judges Behaving Badly and the Congress That Allows It
- Could the Marriage Decision Spark a New Independence Day?
- The Judiciary Continued, and the Distribution of the Judicial Authority
(Alexander Hamilton, Federalist Papers)
Economics and Benefits of Marriage
The cost to taxpayers of marriage fragmentation and the benefits of marriage
- The Taxpayers Cost of Divorce and Unwed Childbearing
- Families, Economics, and Fiscal Policy
- Marriage and Economic Wellbeing
- Marriage – America’s Greatest Weapon Against Child Poverty
The need for mothers and fathers and what studies on same-sex parenting really demonstrate
- Are Married Parents Really Better for Children?
- Are the Kids Really All Right?
- Lesbian Parenting and Child Orientation
- Marriage From a Child’s Perspective
- Examining the U.S. National Longitudinal Lesbian Family Study
Consequences of Same-Sex “Marriage”
A paper listing changes that took place in Massachusetts since 2004
Reaching Out to Others: The Case for Marriage
The argument for marriage can actually appeal to a broad cross section of people when the argument is graciously and clearly expressed. We can find allies among us who may not share our religious views. Read more about the case for marriage.