By Jay Sekulow
The left's outrage over the IRS turns to a plea to 'move on'
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
With regard to Jeffrey Kuhner's "Obama's homosexual America" (Commentary, May 11), if marriage is no longer limited to one man and one woman, then how does the state, as matter of reason and "equal rights" exclude polygamy, polyandry, the marriage of adults and children, the marriage of close relatives, and even more bizarre combinations?
Florida Republican Gov. Rick Scott's Wednesday column, "Florida ups the Wisconsin ante" (Commentary) reminds me of the adage that sometimes it's necessary to backtrack to get ahead.
Christine Todd Whitman's column "Too much money in politics," (Opinion, Wednesday) could just as easily have been titled "Too little sense and character in America."
Craig Shirley puts the cart before the horse in "Rebranding Conservatism" (Commentary, Monday).
The Islamist onslaught