I had determined that I was never going to write about Kim Davis-Wallace-McIntyre-Davis again. Quite frankly, I just want her to go away.
While Kentucky's governor insists that marriage licenses without Davis' signature are valid, the ACLU is concerned they aren't ultimately legitimate,
Then we would never have to deal with the likes of Kim Davis... and we wouldn’t have to bend over backwards to accommodate the biases of her faith.
Matt Baume takes us on a troubling tour of the last hundred years of ex-gay cures, and there's very, very out there. Monkey testicles, anyone?
And so the martyrdom of Kim Davis begins...
"Kim Davis carried her cross up the stations of the legal system, and now she's at her final destination, eager to get to the crucifixion part."
"At every turn, Kim Davis violates the principles of responsibility and citizenship I'm trying to teach my children. I decided to write her a letter."
Barb Weicksel sheds some light on The First Amendment Defense Act, a bill that would allow for discrimination against same-sex marriage.
Slate went there.