How will the United States Supreme Court rule on two cases regarding gay marriage it recently heard arguments on? Will it make a sweeping ruling such as its rulings legalizing inter-racial marriage in the 1960s and abortion in the first trimester in the 1970s? Or will it sidestep the essential issue?
We won't find out the answers to these questions for several weeks at least. How should the court rule? Find out in my latest blog post at The Objective Standard titled Contra Linda Chavez, Supreme Court Should Recognize Gay Marriage as a Right.
Gay Marriage: The Right to Voluntary Contract, Not Coercive "Contract"
Gay Marriage and Individual Rights