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Originally posted on JONATHAN TURLEY:
I am in Salt Lake City today for the hearing on the government’s second motion to dismiss the challenge to the state’s bigamy law by the Brown family — the cast of TLC’s Sister Wives…

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Originally posted on JONATHAN TURLEY:
As some of you know, today was the day on which both sides in the Sister Wives case were to file cross motions for summary judgment to establish whether the state’s criminalization of cohabitation is…

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Originally posted on National Post | News:
By Jeff Lee VANCOUVER — The B.C. provincial government has decided not to take the issue of polygamy to the Supreme Court of Canada, arguing that a recent ruling from the B.C. Supreme Court…

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Originally posted on Mommy, Are You Our Servant?:
Here come the brides! I never understood polygamy.  What, exactly, is the appeal? Why would a man want to have to answer to so many women, when in most marriages, he can’t…

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Free Gift for readers who find this stuff interesting – an invite to Google+

You can be at the cutting edge of social networking. Forget Facebook and Twitter – I have invites for the beta test of Google+, the new social network from the world’s biggest search engine that allows you to be selective … Continue reading

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One of the best social histories of Christian polygamy now online

Google Books now have online a limited preview text for “After Polygamy was made a Sin: A Social History of Christian Polygamy” by John Cairncross. You can find it here – our review is here

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UK Conservatives Debate Polygamy

Shadow Community Cohesion Minister Baroness Warsi wants to require purely religious weddings (which have no legal effect) to be registered, and restricted to one at a time. Leading Tory economist/blogger Andrew Lilico, disagrees and debate ensues here. For anyone coming … Continue reading

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