Some reaction to yesterday's Supreme Court decision, and other things in the news:
BarbWire calls the Supreme Court "alchemists".
American Thinker discusses Senator Ted Cruz's (R-TX) ideas about what to do in response to the ruling.
CharismaNews asks, "Can you imagine a Muslim same-sex wedding?"
PowerLine has another question for supporters of yesterday's decision.
In National Review, Andrew McCarthy opines that the Supreme Court is a political branch.
From The Washington Times, former Senator Rick Santorum (R-PA) says that the ruling is "based on a lie".
From Fox News, Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ) launches his presidential campaign website.
From the Star Tribune, the Episcopal Church has elected its first black presiding bishop.
From WQAD, over 200 people were injured by an explosion at a water park in Taiwan.
From Bloomberg Business, the people of Greece hit their ATMs.
From the Chicago Tribune, earlier today, a woman was arrested in South Carolina after climbing a flagpole and removing the Confederate battle flag. Afterwards, there was a rally in support of the flag.
TechCrunch discusses "the Millennial delusion".
From WGN, a beaver defends its dam.
And from the Whitewater Crossing Church in Ohio, a humorous response to the gay marriage ruling. (via The Blaze)