By Bill Donohue
The collision course between gay rights and religious rights picked up speed this week when President Obama defended gay marriage as a constitutional right.
Never before has any president even come close to staking out such a remarkable position.
It wasn’t too long ago that Obama was arguing against homosexual marriage on the basis of his religious convictions. In 2004, he said that “marriage, in the minds of a lot of voters, has a religious connotation.”