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Oral Argument - Audio United States v. Windsor Docket Number: 12-307 Date Argued: 03/27/13 Play Audio: Media Formats: MP3 Download Play Windows Media Download Play RealAudio 10 Download Transcript (PDF) View To download file: via Supreme Court of the United States.
The Supreme Court of the United States heard oral arguments Tuesday in the case involving California's Proposition 8, which passed in 2008 and banned the state from recognizing same-sex marriages. The audio of the back-and-forth between the justices and lawyers on either side of the case can be heard in its entirety here: More Listen: Arguments From Today's Gay Marriage Supreme Court Case. Listen to the Audio Arguments on Gay Marriage by the Supreme Court Justices
SCOTUS: Gay Marriage Argument Analysis Supreme Court Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, in an unusually candid process of elimination of options in public, on Tuesday worked his way through the ways for dealing with California’s Proposition 8 ban on same-sex marriage and seemed strongly tempted to just take a pass. He appeared to be troubled about the Court entering “uncharted waters,” on the core issue of who may marry, but at the same time, he also did not look comfortable with any of the other, more limited options. So he openly wondered why the Court had agreed even to hear this case. Focusing on Kennedy, although that is often the closest one can come to anticipating outcomes on a divided Court, was an even more reliable approach this time given that the other eight Justices [...]
Roger Ailes was right. Earlier this week, the Fox News president made waves by asserting that Jon Stewart confessed to being a "socialist" while the two were in a bar once. Outlets such as Huffington Post and Mediaite reported the story as an accusation or an open question. It isn't. Appearing on CNN in the year 2000, the comic openly explained his ideology. After a caller on the December 15, 2000 Larry King Live asked about being objective, Stewart conceded, "I think I would say I'm more of a socialist or an independent." He added, "No one would ever I think watching our show think that, boy, that guy is just leaning so far right." via Liberal Comic Jon Stewart Back in 2000: I'm a 'Socialist' | Media Research Center.