Related North America. Same-Sex Marriage Debate Question In Fallthe Undergraduate Fellows enrolled in the Law, Religion, and Liberty of Conscience Seminar interviewed experts about the role of conscience in American life, law and politics.
The eight candidates vying to be the Democratic nominee for president in the elections answered questions submitted by CNN and YouTube users in a debate. Participants: Senator Joseph Biden, Jr. Location: the Citadel, Charleston, S.
Fast food chain Chick-Fil-A says its policy is to treat everyone with "honor, dignity and respect" without regard to sexual orientation. The official statement follows backlash from president Dan Cathy 's admission that the company is "guilty as charged" when it comes to opposing gay marriage. In an interview with the Baptist Press this week, Cathy said Chick-Fil-A is "very much supportive of the family - the biblical definition of the family unit.
Grant Johnson, a year-old traffic engineer who lives in the Sierra foothill town of Coarsegold, passionately supports Proposition 8, which would amend the state Constitution to ban gay marriage. In past elections, Johnson might have written a letter to the editor about his views. This year, he had a better idea. He made a video and put it up on YouTube.
Anyone who wants to submit a question may do so by uploading a video clip through YouTube. All the videos that are submitted will be posted on the site. CNN will then choose as many as 50 videos to use during the debate.
The Republican Party installment took place in St. Petersburg, Florida and aired on November 28, YouTube was a new platform on the political scene, rising to prominence in the midterm elections after Senator George Allen's Macaca Controversyin which the Senator was captured calling his opponent Jim Webb's campaign worker a "Macaca" on video, which went viral on YouTube and damaged a campaign that narrowly lost at the polls.
By Donna Bowater. Ashcroft: PM must force through gay marriage. Bishops rebel against Church marriage policy.
Steven Crowder — is a commentator and self-described comedian who supports conservative and libertarian views. He regularly posts "comedy" on YouTube  and regularly posts "news" on his website, LouderWithCrowder. As of DecemberCrowder's YouTube channel had over 3 million subscribers and million views.
Last night the eight Democrats running for their party's nomination in the presidential race met for a historic moment: the first-ever jointly sponsored CNN-YouTube debate. In the end, a couple dozen questions were fielded, selected from the 3,odd video inquiries submitted by average voters from across the country. So how'd they do?
CNN -- As a California court prepares to wade once again into the thorny issue of same-sex marriage, a side debate has developed over the role of online media in the courts. The federal judge who is hearing appeals of California's Proposition 8 this week ruled that the proceedings could be shown -- albeit in delayed fashion -- on YouTube. With the U. Supreme Court considering the legality of the plan, backers say the videos would give the world a chance to hear and see unfiltered arguments in a way they never could before.