Winston Blackmore

When a polygamist cheats

The Canada Revenue Agency succeeds where the police and province failed against Winston Blackmore

Controversial B.C. polygamous leader seeks special tax status

The polygamy tax break

Winston Blackmore says his “congregation” is eligible for special tax status

A confused judicial treatise on polygamy

The fear that lifting the prohibition of polygamy will result in a surge of polygamous marriages is absurd


Making their bed

Some 16 groups take sides on polygamy in a landmark case


This week: Good news/bad news

Plus a week in the life of Angela Merkel


Why we don’t need to make polygamy a crime

A man can have sex with as many women as he likes. But he can’t marry more than one.


If the polygamists prevail

Will it be the end of marriage as we know it?


Blogging from Bountiful: Winston Blackmore in his own words

“If you are married and minding your own business, looking after your family and the two of you are virtuous people, should some other virtuous woman(I will add who is old enough to make her own choices in life)want to join your family, and all are agreed, then whose business is that.  No one is hurt, no society is hurt,no family is broken, no vows are violated. Celestial implies virtuous.”


From the archives: No Big Love Lost (originally posted 6/25/2007)

Is British Columbia finally ready to take on the polygamists of Bountiful?


Megapundit Extra: What do a backwoods polygamist and an Ontario CabMin have in common?

Over at the National Post‘s Full Comment blog, John Turley-Ewart brings our attention to an intriguing exchange from yesterday’s Question Period at the Ontario Legislature: