Thanks for Using my Photo, in Masterpiece Cakeshop no sweet victory: a bitter fight lies ahead (in other words, #LoveAlwaysWins)

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I always read the commentary attached to my photos, and although I would normally terminate the license to use my photo in connection to a piece that espouses violent views against other human beings, I’m not going to this time. Why? Because what they are saying is what we already know – #LoveAlwaysWins.

Enjoy the use of the photo, and this century, it’s a great place to be 🙂 .

When the Supreme Court announced its opinion on the Masterpiece Cakeshop “gay wedding cake” case, varying headlines throughout the media all seemed to contain the same keyword to describe the decision: “narrow.” In this article, I want to alert you as to why they are right, and why conservatives had better pay attention. Conservatives across social media just as widely ridiculed the headlines: “That’s the first time I’ve ever heard a 7–2 decisions called ‘narrow’!” many said. It is crucial to realize, however, that the description of “narrow” does not refer to the for/against numbers, but to the nature of

Source: Masterpiece Cakeshop no sweet victory: a bitter fight lies ahead The American Vision

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