Back when the government was functioning to protect our property and to define who belonged to whom, I was supportive of government’s record keeping. Now that the US Supreme Court is trying to turn marriage into something unknown and murky, the only point left is to use this as a registry to dole out benefits to anyone who claims to be in a relationship.
Anyone who is on Facebook knows that there is a relationship status that can change as frequently as one wants to find other close friends. I saw a post that said, after changing your relationship status more than three times, it needs to default to “It’s Complicated”.
On today’s edition of Home Front, we give you the scoop on what the Supreme Court is mulling over and share some insights on what could happen to the country depending on the outcome of the King V. Burwell case. This has to do with the subsidies that are only allowed in states that have set up their own state insurance exchanges.
If you are interested in your healthcare or the government’s involvement, you will want to listen to our show today.
As a member of the O’Fallon Board of Aldermen in 1994, I attended the National League of Cities Convention. In one of the meetings, the speaker asked for a show of hands if we start our meetings in our own cities with an invocation. I couldn’t raise my hand because we didn’t in O’Fallon. The speaker went on to inform us that this is a good practice and perfectly legal.
I came home, walked into the office of my City Administrator and expressed my desire to have an invocation at the beginning of our board meetings. He laughed and told me he didn’t know whom we would get to do it.
I went to the next police chaplains’ meeting and told them my city administrator said none of them would be interested in spending time it would take to come up to our City Hall and pray before our meetings and I needed them to help me prove him wrong. They loved the idea and stepped up to the task.
- How will our US Supreme Court decisions affect marriage? Stay tuned because tonight we will be talking with financial expert, David Courte and marriage expert, David Usher. You will get some unique insights on the impact to our economy originating from these two decisions.
If you care about marriage and want to learn more about the impact the recent US Supreme Court will have on you, make sure you listen to the radio show we are doing tonight. In this episode Dr. Janice Shaw Crouse help us unpack the suitcase we have just been handed. Dr. Crouse is the Senior Fellow at the Beverly LaHaye Institute, the think tank for Concerned Women For America.