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Same-sex vs. polygamous marriage

William Blent challenged readers in yesterday’s Camera letters to the editor to “give a rational and factual argument against same-sex marriage that is not based on religious beliefs and can’t be equally applied to some opposite-sex marriages.”

Let me give you a hint. He won’t take arguments that marriage is for having children, that children do better with heterosexual parents, and that religions would be forced to accept behavior they consider immoral.

Blent attempted to shoots those down. Likewise, he ignored the fact that centuries of history uphold heterosexual marriage and the resulting family as the most basic building block of strong societies and nations.
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America still a Christian nation

Nothing compares to starting out America’s birthday with listening to patriotic music and reading “In God We Trust,” a full-page, paid message in the Camera. Continue reading

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