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Wedding Cakes

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Scalia’s Poetry Slam

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Rule of Law

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Jon Stewart: Thanks to SCOTUS, Americans Can Still Kill Prisoners Painfully and Everyone Else Slowly

After celebrating SCOTUS’ momentous decisions on same-sex marriage, the Fair Housing Act and Obamacare, the “Daily Show” host has one more thing to say to the Supreme Court justices: “What the fuck?”

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SCOTUS Wraps Up: 5 Takeaways From the Supreme Court’s Current Term

The end of the U.S. Supreme Court’s term has brought some big surprises for sure, but should either end of the political/social spectrum get excited about what the major decisions might mean?

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No, GOP, Biblical Marriage Was Not Between One Man and One Woman

The freakout by the Republican presidential candidates over the Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage provokes me to revise and reprise the following points.

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Chelsea Manning: SCOTUS’ Same-Sex Marriage Ruling Doesn’t Rule Out Need for LGBT Movement

In an essay published in The Guardian after the U.S. Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage decision, Chelsea Manning traced the arc of progress on the issue of LGBT rights, starting from the moment California’s controversial Proposition 8 was passed in 2008 to Friday’s stunning SCOTUS victory.

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Glenn Greenwald: Victory for Marriage Equality ‘Exposes the Myth of Defeatism’

Friday’s Supreme Court decision recognizing the legal right of same-sex couples to marry “demonstrates that real political change typically comes from citizens, not leaders,” writes Glenn Greenwald at The Intercept.

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Truthdigger of the Week: Early Marriage Rights Champion Gavin Newsom

When the then-mayor of San Francisco ordered his city to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples in 2004, he helped put the United States on the course that culminated in this week’s historic Supreme Court decision to recognize the marriage rights of gay couples nationwide.

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Marriage License

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Gay Flags

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Liberty and Justice for All

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AUDIO: ‘Left, Right & Center’: Love Wins

Truthdig Editor-in-Chief Robert Scheer and the other “Left, Right & Center” panelists have a heated discussion about gay marriage after the Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision giving same-sex couples the legal right to marry throughout the United States.

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Apparently Justice Thomas Believes the Court Is No Place for Human Dignity

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas stated in his closing opinion on the marriage equality case that “slaves did not lose their dignity (any more than they lost their humanity) because the government allowed them to be enslaved.”

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Gay Marriage

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I Do

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U.S. Supreme Court Declares Gay Marriage Legal Nationwide

Same-sex marriage became legal across the whole of the United States after a historic Supreme Court ruling that declared attempts by conservative states to ban the unions unconstitutional.

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SCOTUS Might Be About to Mess With the Fair Housing Act

While we’re all waiting for the Supreme Court to make some historic calls about key issues like gay marriage, here’s another big one to keep in focus: racial discrimination in housing.

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Citizens United: Supreme Court Justice Anthony M. Kennedy’s Gift to Moneyed Interests

After he spent his early career learning the lobbying ropes in Sacramento, it was only natural that Kennedy as a Supreme Court member would ensure lobbyists’ stranglehold on American politics.

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Same-Sex Marriage

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Valuing the Family

We so often wage political war around the family that we forget how broadly shared our reverence for it is.

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US Left Behind

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Why Ireland’s ‘Yes’ Vote Matters So Much

There is much more to be done before Ireland can make wider claims to equality, but the long-time-coming sexual rights revolution is finally changing the nation’s landscape of Catholic morality.

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Greens Call for Legalization of Gay Marriage in Germany

After Ireland adopted marriage equality in a historic referendum, members of Germany’s Green party have called for recognition of same-sex marriage in their country.

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Ireland on Its Way to Becoming First Country to Legalize Gay Marriage by Popular Vote

Saturday vote counts of the Irish referendum on gay marriage show that the once “Roman Catholic stronghold” seems ready to embrace same-sex marriage with open arms.

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VIDEO: ‘Daily Show’ Correspondent Jessica Williams Celebrates Gay Marriage Opponents’ ‘Last Hurrah’

“This is the last time that I’ll be able to hang out with these adorable bigots,” she says in mock tears as insults and hellish threats pour in from all sides at an anti-gay marriage rally in Washington, D.C.

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Two Big Roadblocks to Republican Victory in 2016

Two pillars of conservative Republicanism are crumbling just as the party is preparing for the presidential election. The right wing’s only hope may be the Supreme Court.

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Equal Justice

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Same-Sex Marriage: Will SCOTUS Make It Official?

The once-unthinkable is about to happen. Get ready.

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Companies’ Pro-Equality Rhetoric Belied by Their Campaign Donations

Last week, corporate America appeared to take a rare stand on principle.

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Hillary Clinton Spells It Out in Debut Ad: ‘I’m Running for President’

No doubt aiming to show voters that she’s in touch with the struggles and hopes of everyday Americans, Hillary Clinton unleashed a folksy first campaign spot Sunday to coincide with her announcement that she’s officially running for president in 2016.

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Wedge Issue

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Religious Freedom and Gay Commerce

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Jon Stewart on Widespread Efforts to Limit Gay and Trans Rights in the United States

Whether it’s refusing to sell boutonnières for same-sex weddings or refusing to let transgender people use public bathrooms, an anti-LGBT backlash is underway in several U.S. states.

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Gay Marriage

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‘Left, Right & Center’: Authorizing War Against ISIS, Muslims Murdered

Truthdig Editor-in-Chief Robert Scheer and the other “Left, Right & Center” panelists discuss the prospect of congressional authorization to attack ISIS, the three Muslim young adults slain in a possible hate crime in North Carolina and a federal judge’s rejection of Alabama’s ban on gay marriage.

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Just Married

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Marriage Equality

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Alabama Survives the Homopocalypse

You may have heard that gay marriage is legal, for now, deep in the heart of Dixie. Redneck News’ own Jeremy Todd Addaway reports that, outside of the squirrel population, Alabama is pretty much the same.

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Now They Tell Us? There May Have Been No Big Bang!

A new equation may have just proved that the universe had no “beginning” but rather has always existed; Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly may have covered up a war crime in El Salvador; and evidence has come to light that Obama was lying when he said he opposed gay marriage. These discoveries and more after the jump.

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Moore’s Law

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Alabama’s 10 Commandments Judge Defies Supreme Court on Gay Marriage

The rebels in Alabama are at it again, defying an order from the highest court in America to issue marriage licenses to gay couples.

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‘Modern Brides & Modern Grooms’: How Same-Sex Marriage Has Opened Doors for All of Us

The new paradigm explodes restrictive categories and in their place offers greater freedom for both gay and straight couples.

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Special Delivery: California Woman Suing FedEx Over Late Wife’s Spousal Benefits

FedEx is the defendant in a lawsuit filed by a California woman who claims the speedy delivery company refused to recognize her marriage with another woman.

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‘Left, Right & Center’: Paris Reacts, Gay Marriage, Romney Again?

Truthdig Editor-in-Chief Robert Scheer and the other “Left, Right and Center” panelists take stock of Paris one week after horrific attacks on the headquarters of Charlie Hebdo, Switzerland’s surprise decision to remove the cap on its currency, and the Supreme Court’s commitment to deciding whether states must allow same-sex unions.

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Gay Marriage Ban

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Appeals Court Upholds Gay Marriage Bans in Four States

A streak of victories for activists fighting to extend gay rights across the country came to an end Thursday when an appeals court upheld same-sex marriage bans in four states and made a Supreme Court battle on the issue likely.

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Pope Francis’ Synod: Change Is in the Air, but Not Yet on the Books

On Sunday, Pope Francis wrapped up the synod, or bishops meeting, he presided over for the last two weeks with a beatification service at the Vatican for Pope Paul VI but without significant progress made on hot-button topics such as homosexuality, divorce and contraception. 

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Papal Welcome

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Pope Float

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