These Photographic Highlights Of Camp Bisco Will Make You Wish You Were There

first_imgLoad remaining images STS9Full Gallery (by B.a.D Photography): This year’s Camp Bisco was another one for the books, with a diverse lineup, high-energy crowd, waterpark adventures and more at the festival’s new(ish) site of Montage Mountain in Scranton, PA. With multiple nights of The Disco Biscuits as well as top-notch acts like STS9, Odesza, Big Grizmatik, Lotus, Zeds Dead, Lettuce, Anderson Paak, Dopapod, The New Deal, Papadosio, American Babies and so many more, Bisco’s 14th year may have been its best yet.Djivan Schapira was on the scene to capture all of the action. Check out some of our favorite shots, followed by a full gallery at the bottom.Anderson PaakDopapodSpace JesusSnailsLotusRuss LiquidLettuceDisco BiscuitsOdeszaDisco BiscuitsGRiZlast_img read more

Remember me for gay marriage, says David Cameron

first_imgChristian Institute 24 June 2016Family First Comment:   In 2006, David Cameron said marriage was important whether it was between “man and a woman, a woman and a woman or a man and another man”. Three days before the 2010 General Election, David Cameron told Sky News he had no immediate plans to legalise same-sex marriage. Despite this, the Coalition Government introduced a Bill to redefine marriage, and in February 2013 it won a decisive vote on the issue. “We believe that if same-sex marriage had been put to a referendum it would have been defeated, but he chose not to give the British people a say on the redefinition of marriage.”          If that’s your greatest legacy, David, best you be gone then! #flipflop A referendum on ‘gay marriage’ would have lost in NZ also.David Cameron has placed redefining marriage among his proudest achievements, as he announced his resignation today as Prime Minister.Speaking outside 10 Downing Street following the vote to leave the European Union, he said same-sex marriage was one of the “great steps” this country had made in recent years.His move to introduce same-sex marriage in 2013 was highly controversial, with two-thirds of a million people signing a petition against the plan.‘Very proud’David Cameron said he was “very proud and very honoured to have been prime minister of this country for six years”.He added that the country had made positive moves, including “enabling those who love each other to get married whatever their sexuality”.Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn praised David Cameron over gay marriage, saying he was “very brave” and had “faced down his own party” on the issue.SaddenedThe Christian Institute’s Deputy Director Humphrey Dobson said: “Whatever your view of David Cameron’s premiership it is saddening that he has chosen to highlight this deeply controversial issue as his legacy.“We believe that if same-sex marriage had been put to a referendum it would have been defeated, but he chose not to give the British people a say on the redefinition of marriage.”In 2006, David Cameron said marriage was important whether it was between “man and a woman, a woman and a woman or a man and another man”.Three days before the 2010 General Election, David Cameron told Sky News he had no immediate plans to legalise same-sex marriage.READ MORE: http://www.christian.org.uk/news/remember-me-for-gay-marriage-says-pm/Keep up with family issues in NZ. Receive our weekly emails direct to your Inbox.last_img read more