More LGBT Cases Loom as Justices Near Wedding Cake Decision

In this Oct. 10, 2017, file photo, the Supreme Court in Washington is seen at sunset. A flood of lawsuits over LGBT rights is making its way through the courts and will continue, no matter the outcome in the Supreme Court's highly anticipated decision in the case of a Colorado baker who would not create a wedding cake for a same-sex couple.

By Published on May 26, 2018

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  • disqus_dRGrKClqBz

    The supremes are dithering over wedding cakes as the second amendment is under brutal attack.

    • Luminous

      They are “dithering over wedding cakes” because progressives started targeting Christian-run businesses.

      Christians did not start the culture wars.

      • disqus_dRGrKClqBz

        It’s a matter of priorities. No right to gun ownership means the supremes rulings and the constitution mean nothing. This is a game of keeping simpletons focused on wedding cakes while all the real issues are getting past them. Sad.

        • Rick

          The founding fathers thought it so important that they placed “free exercise of religion” in the first amendment, prior to “freedom of speech”. The second amendment protects the “right to keep and bear arms”.

          So, according to the constitution, it is a matter of priorities.

          • disqus_dRGrKClqBz

            Once again: “It’s a matter of priorities. No right to gun ownership means the supremes rulings and the constitution mean nothing. This is a game of keeping simpletons focused on wedding cakes while all the real issues are getting past them. Sad.”

  • Tomk6057

    Making homosexuals a special class is a joke–it’s a behavior not a “class” and although no one should bother them if they mind their own busines… they should not get special treatment or be able to go on the offensive pushing their conduct on others and trying to inflict it on children as we are now seeing in the schools….

  • Jim M. Ryles

    Silly garbage. These “people” have no more rights than anyone else and shouldn’t be allowed to tell someone how or who to serve in business. Progressive liberals want it both ways….deny service for conservatives, or Trump supporters, or ballcap wearers and demand that all others bow down to FREAKS. Truth hurts don’t it.

  • Trilemma

    The First Amendment protects a person’s right to religious belief and speech and place of worship. It does not necessarily protect behavior based on religious belief. If your religious belief says you must kill infidels, the government can make that religious behavior illegal. If your religious belief says you must discriminate against certain people, the government can make that religious behavior illegal also.

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