Woman plays with gun. Man plays with woman. Man not get laid for many weeks.
[and make lots of money for their state] The Massachusetts Senate voted Tuesday to repeal a 1913 law used to bar out-of-state gay couples from marrying in the state, a law that critics say was originally aimed at interracial marriages.
A new clothing brand may be born out of the Texas raid on a polygamous sect. Launched initially to provide Texas authorities with clothing for FLDS children in custody, the online store now is aimed at helping their mothers earn a living.
In the final hours of one of the longest state legislative sessions on record, state senators approved a measure sending a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage to the fall ballot. (All about getting the 'right' voters to the polls
Despite a consistent string of legal defeats and a resounding loss in the court of public opinion, the State of Texas and its child-abduction auxiliary are continuing their jihad against the families of Eldorado's FLDS community.
Judge Barbara Walther told the Department of Family and Protective Services to allow parents to pick up the 440 children starting 10 a.m. Monday.
Children Cannot Leave the State, Parents Must Take Parenting Classes (The state is going to teach anyone how to raise their children???!!!)
Parents' hopes of quick reunions with more than 400 children removed from a polygamist sect's ranch were dashed after their attorneys and a judge clashed over proposed restrictions. To regain custody, the mothers must sign an agreement state
In a crushing blow to the state's massive seizure of children from a polygamist sect's ranch, the Texas Supreme Court ruled Thursday that child welfare officials overstepped their authority and the children should go back to their parents.
SAN ANGELO, Texas - In a ruling that could torpedo the case against the West Texas polygamist sect, a state appeals court Thursday said authorities had no right to seize more than 440 children in a raid on the splinter group's compound last month
A state appellate court ruled child welfare officials had no right to seize more than 400 children living at a polygamist sect's ranch. The Third Court of Appeals in Austin ruled the grounds for removing the children were "legally and factua
Arrow Child and Family Ministries, a foster care and adoption agency with headquarters near Houston, "found out today that they will be receiving 80-100 permanent placement children," exulted the sister of an assistant to Mark A. Tennant, f
In the past week, the state has twice been forced to admit "girls" who gave birth while in state custody are actually adults. One was 22 and claims she showed state officials a Utah birth certificate shortly after she was seized from the we
Photos, reports, letters of the SWAT raid to save the children. Includes link to the interesting letter to Bush.Entered By: Powell Gammill
[Consulting an expert on terrorist acts?] An elder of a polygamist sect has sent a letter to the White House decrying what he calls "terrorist acts" that have separated the sect's children from their parents.
Havin' a good time, guys? SWAT operators wearing Nazi-style bucket-head helmets enjoy a mirthful moment on the YZF Ranch as child "protection" workers prepare to kidnap the FLDS community's children.
"I am a cheerleader for what Texas is doing," Senator Reid said. "Texas is doing what Utah and Arizona should have done decades ago…." He added he has asked the US Justice Department to create a task force to investigate the FLDS.
A 50-year-old member of a polygamist sect whose alleged abuse of a teenage girl triggered the raid on a West Texas religious compound is no longer wanted by authorities. But authorities did not say when or why the warrant was dropped
The FLDS raid in Texas looks more ludicrous every day. Writing in the Dallas Morning News, Scott Henson takes aim at Judge Barbara Walther:
For the tests to be useful, the adults would also have to give DNA samples. However they can legally refuse to do so which could complicate matters further and delay [them ever seeing their kids again] legal decisions about the fate of the children.
Adult mothers who have been allowed to stay with their young children since they were taken from a polygamous sect will be separated from them after DNA sampling is completed next week, a child welfare official said Saturday.
A judge in Texas rules that the children might face sexual abuse if they returned home. Sect members [including the children] are ordered to provide DNA samples for maternity and paternity tests. [What 5th Amendment?]
Texas Child Protective Services says it launched a raid on the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints compound in good faith after receiving an anonymous tip from a 16-year-old girl named "Sarah" who said she was being a
A court hearing to decide the fate of the 416 children swept up in a raid on a West Texas polygamous sect descended into farce Thursday, with hundreds of lawyers in two packed buildings shouting objections and the judge struggling to maintain order.
Some say it's an urban legend, but we say: it's the perfect story for everyone who's ever been "done wrong" and couldn't make it right.
The marriage license is a Secular Contract between the parties and the State. The State is the principal party in that Secular Contract. The husband and wife are inferior parties.
Why do people - gay or straight - need the state's permission to marry? For most of Western history, they didn't, because marriage was a private contract between two families. The parents' agreement to the match, not the approval of churc
Fifty year old Michael Forbes' dream of owning a waterfront home finally came true in August when he purchased a split-level seven room abode with an inground pool. He moved his new wife in and she choked him to death over it.
The fair is such a joyous place: cotton candy, the Ferris Wheel, and--divorces? Austrians love their divorces more than they love 'love', it appears. More on the latest blow to Cupid, the Divorce Fair,
The GOP mayor of San Diego, Jerry Sanders, announced in a highly emotional speech on Wednesday that he had decided not to veto a council resolution that would have reversed California's ban on same sex unions. "My opinions on this issue