So argues New York Times conservative columnist Ross Douthat proposes and you know what? He’s right.
Let’s hear it for the United States Patent and Trademark Office, which today cancelled the Washington Redskins’ six trademark registrations as “disparaging to Native Americans.”
After a week in the brave new world of legal marijuana, I am happy to report that civilization as they know it out there does not seem to have come to an end.
In states where bans on SSM have been overturned, judges have taken the opportunity to deliver some poetry along with the legal prose of the 14th Amendment’s guarantee of equal protection. Here a sampler.
In Little Rock Monday my friend Bill Lindsey married his long-time partner, thanks to the Supreme Court push that is knocking down state DOMAs like a row of dominoes. Mazel tov, Bill and Steve!
News of the irreversible collapse of the Great West Antarctica Ice Sheet puts me in mind of the late Tiny Tim’s prescient anthem about the melting ice caps, “The Other Side.”
Is there a the difference between Mozilla firing Brendan Eich and World Vision doing a U-turn on same-sex-marriage?