Time doesn't take the sting away from the frustration, indeed the anger, at what the Supreme Court did two weeks ago to the Constitution, in the course of undermining the traditional understanding of marriage. But rather than discuss abstruse legal theory, I choose right now to protest against the unfair slander the court visited upon defenders of millennia of human tradition. Please read about it here.
Look, one can disagree about what "marriage" means without being either a hater or a demon (on either side). But as I point out in the column linked above, the high court's majority now officially, if only (so far) tacitly, equates traditionalists with bigots.
How dare they?