With today's Arkansas ruling, there have now been five pro-equality Supreme Court decisions issued on this date.
The Michigan measure refers to sodomy as "the abominable and detestible crime against nature," punishable as a felony.
A candidate for mayor of Kings Mountain, N.C., cites Kim Davis and asks "What's wrong with eradicating homosexuals?"
Invoking 'Kulturkampf,' 'legalistic argle-bargle,' and 'the black-robed supremacy,' Justice Scalia expresses his opposition to LGBT rights in a colorful manner. Just ask the nearest hippie.
'If you have the right to consensual sexual activity ... then it opens the door to a variety of different things,' says the right-wing presidential hopeful.
Such laws were already found unconstitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court, notes an Alabama appeals court.
The state's House of Representatives, facing pressure from the Christian right, votes down a repeal of the unconstitutional, unenforceable law that has nonetheless continued to be used as grounds for arrest.