Phony federalism

David Frum argues that the demise of the Federal Marriage Amendment is not a victory for federalism. Frum explains how, in the absence of the Amendment, supporters of gay marriage will be able to leverage the decision in Massachusetts and the similiar decisions that will be handed down in a few other jurisdictions into full national recognition of such marriages. As Frum puts it, “On marriage, the United States will remain all one way

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