The Guardian: The Hitching Post’s owners filed suit and are represented by the Alliance Defending Freedom, a conservative legal group that has been involved with many recent religious freedom cases and opposed Idaho’s Add the Words bill. “We’re receiving more calls and litigating more than ever before,” said Greg Scott, an ADF spokesman. Scott said ADF believes that there “is never a bad time to provide more religious freedom”. The group pushes for more of those freedoms by representing people like the Hitching Post owners and working with legislators pushing religious freedom bills.
National Law Journal: Whatever the outcome, the historic U.S. Supreme Court oral arguments over same-sex marriage on April 28 turned out to be a riveting dialogue that fleshed out many of the contentious issues at stake.
Russell Moore: The villain had a messiah complex, complete with some cribbed lines from the actual Messiah. But what surprised me the most was the jarring centrality of the family in this film. And by family, I don’t mean the elastic, redefined concept of “families” but an undercurrent of pining for the stability of the natural, nuclear family.