Trestin Meacham was a 2012 Constitution Party candidate for District 24 of the Utah State Senate; he lost the election by garnering only 13% of the vote. In December 2013, he launched a two-week hunger strike hoping to convince Utah to exercise the option of “nullification” regarding a federal court ruling to allow same-sex marriage in Utah. He ended the fast after the U.S. Supreme Court issued a stay in the federal court ruling, pending its appeal. He has since stated his “mission in life” is to fight against the “homosexual movement.”
Sunday, January 19, 2014Trestin Meacham is not a special individual. For the people who share his mindset, he is actually quite typical. He finds a singular way of expressing himself, and for that, he gets notoriety. Because…
Thursday, January 16, 2014Trestin Meacham, the Utah man who went on a two-week hunger strike until the state stopped allowing same-sex couples to marry, now says that his "purpose in life is to stand against the homosexual movement."
Monday, January 6, 2014These past few years may end up being known as the years of “Conservatives Behaving Badly.” At the end of last year, the Republicans in Congress conducted a massive foot stomping, pout-out and shut down the…
Friday, January 3, 2014SALT LAKE CITY -- A Utah man is on a hunger strike, vowing to go without any food until the state stops allowing same-sex couples to marry.
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