The Townhall gives their audiences some perspectives on the same sex marriage topic in the article " Three Views on Same Sex Marriage". The article of Mike Adams includes 3 different view points on how to look at the gay marriage topic from a conservative, a liberal, and a libertarian. He states that the same sex marriage debate is about politics, not about religious views. The article is rather balanced. Although it is an opinionated piece, the writer doesn't try to take any side in conveying what he believes. But rather informing to the readers different view points to look at the gay marriage topic. The article is written by an author and criminology professor at the University of North Carolina Wilmington and is mainly about ... More »
This story explained that it is not necessarily your religious beliefs that determine your view on the marraige amendment but it is your political standing that determines your views. This artilce was very balanced as it explained how each different political party looks at the union of marraige. It does not seem biased in any way.
This article is about the alleged three different perspectives on the gay marriage issue. It enlightens us with the idea that gay marriage isn't a religious issue - its political. The perspectives are broken into liberal, conservative, and libertarian categories. Its biased because its clear the article is heavily opinionated, with statements like " ..some things can be further from the truth - like saying Al Sharpton has integrity or Dan Savage has class." Another, "These confused ... More »
Same sex marriage has never ceased to be a polarizing topic. Both pros and cons dwell their arguments on religious teachings. To me, the sensitivity that surrounds this topic is so great, majorty of people choose to go sotto voce. For fear of being branded or put in a cartegory, people plainly refuse to participate in the jaw-jaw fiesta. See no evil say no evil hear no evil is the silent mantra of most people. Politicians in their bid to win votes switch sides like the pendulum on this topic. They are experts in prevarications. Unfortunately, the "Halleluya" press are alwys there to offer "Bail outs" to the politicians by propagating some deflective analysis to the topic. But for the media, I believe this issue would have ... More »