Reasons to Learn More"The opposite of love is not hate but indifference". Martin Luther King, Jr.
- We fought the good Amendment One fight – A Time for Thanks – A Time for Reflection
- One Trial Lawyer’s Final Argument to the Amendment One Jury
- Does Amendment One love all the little children of the world?
- Guest Post – A vote for Amendment One is a vote Against Love
- Votes on Amendment One by County, City and Town Boards – Is it just politics, or is there more at stake?
Author Archives: Straight But Not Narrow
Some say there are two sides to every debate. There may be at least four sides to the debate about whether domestic violence protections will be impacted by Amendment One. Tonight there was an Amendment One forum at Spirit Square in Charlotte … Continue reading
You know the story. Young couple gets pregnant in the backwoods of somewhere. Daddy gets his shotgun out and there is a marriage under the nearest oak tree. In this little Hatfield and McCoy drama, everyone at the wedding is uncomfortable. Daddy … Continue reading
Buzzardgate, Campbellgate or Tamigate — Uncovering the Amendment One truth behind the Campbell law professors’ paper
In the last ten days, three legal “experts” from Campbell Law School parachuted in to try to save the legal day for the “For” side of this debate. Up until recently, the “For” side’s strategy in this debate was simple. Ride the wave of … Continue reading
This post is courtesy of Family Law professor Suzanne Reynolds of Wake Forest University School of Law, where she also serves as Executive Associate Dean Academic Affairs. Suzanne Reynolds is widely respected for her scholarship and teaching about family law and for her … Continue reading
Guest Post – UNC Law School Professor Maxine Eichner responds to the Amendment One legal analysis of Professor Wallace
This is a post courtesy of UNC law school professor Maxine Eichner, in which she responds to a recent post by Campbell law professor Gregory Wallace on the legal issues of Amendment One. Professor Eichner attended Yale College and Yale … Continue reading
Guest Post – Campbell Law School Professor Gregory Wallace challenges some of the legal arguments against Amendment One
This post is courtesy of Professor Gregory Wallace, who teaches constitutional law at Campbell Law School, with a concentration in free speech, church and state, and constitutional interpretation. He received his J.D. degree from the University of Arkansas-Little Rock School of … Continue reading