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    Eich Is Out. So Is Tolerance.

    Mozilla Corp. co-founder Brendan Eich has resigned as CEO after a week of public pressure stemming from a campaign contribution he made six years ago. Eich supported the wrong cause; he supported California’s Proposition 8, the ballot initiative that defined marriage as the union of a man and a woman. … More

    Stanford Relents, Lifts 'Free Speech Tax' on Pro-Marriage Conference

    Stanford University today appeared to soften its resistance to a pro-marriage event on campus, less than a day after drawing sharp criticism for siding with political correctness against intellectual freedom. The effort by Stanford administrators and student government leaders to put roadblocks in front of a conference featuring Heritage Foundation … More

    Heritage Panel: Personal Opinion No Excuse to Abandon Marriage Laws

    Virginia’s Democratic attorney general made history not only by declining to carry out his duty to defend state marriage law based on personal opinion but by “actually turning on his client” and “attacking” the law, his Republican predecessor told a Heritage Foundation audience. If Mark Herring had changed his mind … More

    Ryan Anderson to Kirsten Powers: Jim Crow? Government Shouldn’t Intimidate Christians

    Liberal-leaning commentator Kirsten Powers strays from a common understanding of faith in asserting that Christians who support protections for religious views on marriage “are essentially arguing for homosexual Jim Crow laws,” Heritage Foundation scholar Ryan T. Anderson writes in a National Review Online column. Powers makes the comparison in her … More

    Restoring Dialogue About Marriage on College Campuses

    When the Thomas More Society of Boston College invited Ryan T. Anderson, the William E. Simon Fellow at The Heritage Foundation, to make the case for marriage as the union of a man and a woman at a campus forum last week, some students questioned whether the talk should even … More

    INFOGRAPHIC: What You Should Know About Marriage

    Tomorrow morning, the Supreme Court will release its opinions in cases challenging state and federal laws that define marriage as the union of a man and a woman. Here are five things that you should know about these cases and a list of ways that you can be prepared to … More

    Marriage: Answering the Challenging Questions

    Government redefinition of marriage is not inevitable. Even though a few jurisdictions have redefined marriage, it will not be good for society. In the end, though, the truth about marriage will prevail, because the push behind same-sex marriage is based on a lie. So argues Heritage expert Ryan T. Anderson … More

    Penalizing Religious Belief: No Bed of Roses

    A Washington state florist is facing a lawsuit by the state’s attorney general because she desires to conduct her business in accord with the principles of her faith. Barronelle Stutzman, owner of Arlene’s Flowers and Gifts, is being sued by the state of Washington for refusing to provide flowers for … More

    VIDEO: Heritage's Ryan Anderson and The Blaze's S.E. Cupp Debate Marriage

    A day after facing off with Piers Morgan and Suze Orman on CNN, Heritage fellow Ryan Anderson joined a round-table discussion on “Real News from The Blaze” yesterday. He covered a range of topics related to marriage: federalism, limited government, and the consequences of redefining marriage with no-fault divorce. >>> FAQ: … More

    How the French Are Fighting for Marriage

    On March 26, thousands of Americans will gather in Washington, D.C., for the national March for Marriage. They’ll have to work hard to match the élan of the French, who are getting ready for their third marriage rally in Paris on the 24th. In November, 100,000 people gathered in the … More