Proposition 8 stands. The California Supreme Court has generously allowed the voters to protect marriage’s definition in the state. That makes two weeks in a row of good news for marriage.
The court insists, though, that the state’s 18,000 new homosexual “marriages” since last spring also stand.
Marriage activists were expecting this decision, Peter Wolfgang of the Family Institute of Connecticut told me. The court knew that to decide otherwise would have been a disaster for California,
“Essentially,” he said, “even a court as crazy as the Supreme Court of California isn’t that crazy, that they would directly negate the will of the people expressed in opposition to that very court.”...READ MORE