A little over a year ago, the Supreme Court ruled on same sex marriage. Here’s what happened.
Equality and the Supreme Court, Rich Paschall
While the Supreme Court decision on gay marriage was expected by some, it was a total shock to others. Nevertheless, people took to the street to celebrate their activism. Many had demonstrated in front of the Supreme Court in recent weeks. People carried signs and waved rainbow flags. Politicians made speeches about what the Supreme Court should do. There were articles and editorials. The rhetoric on the topic hit new highs (or lows, depending where you are) and social media exploded with cute (or not so cute) graphics (internet memes) in support of one side or the other. None of this mattered, nor should it have.
In the Spring of 2013 when two landmark cases were about to be decided (Hollingsworth v. Perry, No. 12-144 and Windsor v. United States, No. 12-307), the Sunday Night Blog offered an opinion on another important…
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