Laura Ingraham hosted Hadley Arkes, Amherst Professor of Jurisprudence.
Arkes responded to President Obama's contention that he won't interfere with religious institutions not performing same sex marriages and said that there will be litigation that will force the issue based on Justice Kennedy's opinion. He noted that over 30 states have laws on the books not allowing same sex marriage. He said that there is only one side throwing hte hate speech and that's been the same sex marriage advocates.
Arkes said same sex marriage advocates state that their beliefs are right and that now the public schools will be forced to instruct and advocate same sex marriage. He and Ingraham pointed out that holding traditional views could jeopardize applicants from getting jobs, churches getting tax exemptions, etc.. Ingraham called it the legacy of the squishy moderates.