New York still on the brink
As of 1 p.m. today, the Republican majority in the New York State Senate has not decided to bring the homosexual “marriage” bill to the floor for a vote, and the bill has not gained any further endorsements beyond the 31 it had last week. With 62 members of the senate, one more senator is needed to pass the bill.
This doesn’t mean that the bill is dead. Senate majority leader Dean Skelos still appears to be looking for the transparent fig leaf of “religious protections” to enable him and other Republicans to support a measure that will among other things eliminate the concepts of husband and wife, father and mother.