If you had any suggestions for improvement, general critiques, or thoughts on the overall idea (a simple, quick, and easily-linked resource to help when debating religious half-truths and falsehoods), I'd be happy to read them.
All of your accomplishments are seen with joy and hopes of your peace and happiness, and now may I give a thought to why I think we are going to win the same sex marriage appeals? Start with a liberal Ninth Circuit that will not be able to overturn the 80 or so findings of fact favorable to gays and lesbians, showing, for example, they are just as good at parenting as straights, whose divorce rate, as we all know, Oaths to God and all, is about 45 to 50%, not exactly anything to emulate. Next, Justice Kennedy sided with two gay males in doing away with the Texas sodomy statute (yippee!). He is the swing vote because the other Vatican-hypnotized four conservative judges are Catholic (if not quite catholic). This may result, and I think it will, in a 5-4 that will grant same sex couples the rights straights have been enjoying since 1776. Once again, the Declaration of Independence does say "all men are created equal" without an exclusionary clause such as, "except those one sex who cohabit with those of the same sex." In fact, however harrowing to some rabid feminists today, "all" in the phrase "'men' are created equal" means every single man, woman, and child on this good green earth.