county clerks defy Supreme Court on same-sex

County Clerk Kim Davis Defends Refusal to Issue Marriage Licenses

Naja Rayne, People Magazine

Kentucky clerk Kim Davis appeared on Fox's The Kelly File on Tuesday and defended her decision not to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Davis told Megyn Kelly that while she considered that her decision might land her in jail – which it did, for six days – she never saw resigning her elected position as an option. 

Kim Davis and the Rise of Right-Wing Civil Disobedience

Pat Buchanan, The American Conservative

Kim Davis refused to provide marriage licenses to same-sex couples lined up at her clerk’s office and was sent to jail for five days by a federal judge for contempt of court. Good for her. We need more like her.

Kim Davis' lawyer: "We're back to square one"

Jericka Duncan, CBS News

Kim Davis emerged from jail Tuesday into a crowd of more than 3,000 cheering supporters; the Kentucky county clerk who refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples is a free woman, but her legal troubles may not be over, reports CBS News.

Conservatives Take to The Streets: Rally To Oppose Iran Nuclear Weapons Deal

Conservatives will rally TODAY in Washington, DC on the West Lawn of the United States Capitol to stop the Obama - Corker Iran Nuclear Weapons deal. The rally featuring Donald Trump, Senator Ted Cruz, Governor Sarah Palin, Mark Levin and Glenn Beck will kick-off at Noon with the first of the speakers taking the stage at 1:00 p.m. You can watch the rally and speeches through the Tea Party Patriots live stream for the rally at

Kentucky clerk faces judgment day in same-sex "marriage" dispute

Steve Bittenbender, Reuters

Lawyers for Kim Davis, the elected Rowan County clerk who is an Apostolic Christian, on Wednesday asked U.S. District Judge David Bunning to temporarily block his order requiring her to issue marriage licenses while she appeals the issue.

Ted Cruz’s measured defense of Kentucky clerk who won’t issue same-sex "marriage" licenses

Sylvan Lane, The Dallas Morning News

“We should make it possible for believers, such as Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis in Kentucky, to hold government jobs without having to violate their religious beliefs,” wrote Cruz. 

Patriot County Clerks Defy Supreme Court On Same-Sex “Marriage”

While state governors, other than Texas Governor Greg Abbott and Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, have been reluctant to declare they will resist the Supreme Court’s recent anti-constitutional ruling on same-sex “marriage,” at the local level public officials are exercising their religious liberty, and standing for state prerogatives under the Constitution, by declaring they will not be bound by the Supreme Court’s same-sex “marriage” mandate.