Conservatism

"Marriage is concerned above all with female sexuality," and Other Last Spasms From a Losing Argument

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Below, Jacob Sullum talked about being "encouraged by the predictable lameness of the arguments against repealing marijuana prohibition," because "if public opinion is in fact becoming more favorable toward reform," then freedom-constricting prohibitionists "may soon find that the usual vacuous litany does not do the trick anymore."

To experience the exact same feeling about gay marriage prohibition, I recommend trying to read all the way through this bizarre new Weekly Standard essay. As Nick Gillespie said yesterday, it's over for these people; the only question left is when and how.