Paul C. Burke and Brett L. Tolman at Salt Lake Tribune: The state of Utah now finds itself in the awkward position of arguing that last summer’s blockbuster U.S. Supreme Court decision, Windsor v United States, which struck down a discriminatory federal marriage law, should somehow be applied by the federal courts to uphold discriminatory marriage laws of a state.
Kathryn Jean Lopez at National Review: Secularism would have you surrendering your conscience as soon as you leave a house of worship . . . to run a business, to run a hospital, to pay taxes.
CNN: The commander of the Muslim militia in a Central African Republic town that has seen two days of violent clashes shows us a horrifying graphic video that he keeps on his phone. A man Colonel Saleh Zabadi claims is Muslim is being burned to death by the Christian anti-Balaka militia.