A California federal district court judge struck down part of the federal Defense of Marriage Act.
One of his comments:
"The imposition of subjective moral beliefs of a majority upon a minority cannot provide justification for the legislation,"
"Subjective moral beliefs?" I thought all laws were rooted in morality. Subjective? Marriage as the union of a man and a woman strikes me as anything but subjective. It's been the basis for Western Civilization for a couple of millenium.
An example of blatant judicial activism. Another reason we need a federal marriage amendment.