The US Supreme Court ruling in the Masterpiece Cakeshop same-sex wedding cake case was a clear, decisive, incontrovertible punt- and its inaction has had consequences.
SCOTUS did not issue an opinion on whether a baker may legally refuse to bake a cake for a gay wedding; rather, it focused on what it saw as the Commission’s non-neutral, “hostile” handling of Phillips’ case.
New York City abolishes one of the last vestiges of the “separate but equal” rule.
It is one thing to hate gay couples. It is quite another to risk a child’s well-being in the attempt to hurt them.
Jonah Hill gets right what so many before him got wrong.
In which the necessity of a law is politically dismissed because of a massive public misunderstanding by a man with an eerily orange face.
Last Sunday, the Seattle Mariners became the first-ever American professional sports team to publicly fly a Gay Pride flag during a game. Mariners spokeswoman Rebecca Hale had this to say about the decision: “We’re a part of this community. Our fans are a reflection of our community. We thought this was an appropriate gesture on…