We're all jumpy these days. That was most evident when the complicated Cakeshop decision came down.
Asked about the baker's freedom versus that of athletes who protest, the White House aide said the issues are different.
After a judge ruled that an antigay baker could discriminate against them, Charlie Craig and David Mullins are unbowed.
Steve Tennes was banned from a Michigan farmers' market after refusing to let same-sex couples marry at his apple orchard.
Rev. Troy Perry, the president of L.A. Pride, and readers of The Advocate weigh in on the LGBT community's response to the Supreme Court decision.
The Supreme Court ruled that a baker could refuse to make wedding cakes for same-sex couples. Here's what this baker and othes who discriminate are missing out on.
"What matters is that [the baker] would not provide a good or service to a same-sex couple that he would provide to a heterosexual couple," Ruth Bader Ginsburg wrote.