Letters to the Editor Brandy Saucedo-Ceballos
Thank you for the article “Wedding Bell Blues” (Clifton Adcock, July 11, Oklahoma Gazette). Oklahoma
couple Sharon Baldwin and Mary Bishop’s fight for marriage equality is a
powerfully current subject on, in my humble opinion, a very simple
human rights issue.
CFN Gazette staff
One of the legacies left by 1984 author George Orwell is having
his name describe how totalitarian governments can use language to
distort words, so much so that words or phrases could actually end up
describing the exact opposite of what they purport to mean.
Okie country cutie Carrie Underwood is guilty of
many things: having a powerful singing voice, being hot, winning
Grammys, being hot, lending legitimacy to American Idol, being hot, marrying a hockey player, being hot and being hot.
Letters to the Editor Wanda Jo Stapleton
Justice Under Law” is engraved on the front of the U.S. Supreme Court
building in Washington, D.C. To me, the phrase — when applied to
marriage — means “marriage equality,” both same-sex marriage and
CFN Gazette staff
Famed statistician (yes, that’s a real thing) Nate Silver, who correctly
predicted the winner in all 50 states and the District of Columbia in
last year’s presidential election, is at it again. In a March 26 post on
his blog, FiveThirtyEight: Nate Silver’s Political Calculus, he posited
that support for same-sex marriage is increasing steadily and that a
majority of U.S. states will vote in favor of it as soon as 2016.
Commentary Scott J. Hamilton
Last week, I witnessed something I never expected to see in my lifetime.
When I heard the ruling of the Supreme Court declare that the U.S.
government can no longer discriminate against me or my friends, I wept.
Now, at last, my marriage to my husband will be recognized in our own