If you're a loyal blog reader, A. I appreciate you, and B. you'll recognize the topic. If you're not, you will either promptly delete me from your life, or you will decide I may not be half bad to read. I'm not really concerned with mediocre feelings and don't tend to evoke them.
In my previous post, on June 26, 2013, regarding the United States Supreme Court chiseling away at DOMA, a/k/a the Defense of Marriage Act, I mentioned several possibilities about our nation's potential move toward equality for same-sex marriages, as well as the interplay of the Full Faith and Credit Clause with DOMA's evil section 2, which allows State's to continue to discriminate against same-sex marriages, despite the Feds finally getting a small, but forceful clue on the situation.
Meanwhile, back at the ranch, farm or cornfield, otherwise known as the Indiana House of Representatives, and Senate, HR-6, a/k/a House Resolution 6, purports to change the Indiana Constitution Article 1 by adding a Section 38, declaring as follows: