In today’s On the Square , R.R. Reno argues that the fight over gay marriage is another aspect of the war on the weak:
The first thing to say is that the gay rights movement has been largely an upper middle class project. Thurgood Marshall attended Lincoln University, an all-black college in southeastern Pennsylvania, and then Howard University Law School. Gay activist Larry Kramer went to Yale. Judge Vaughn Walker went to Stanford Law School. I have little doubt that the first gay Supreme Court Justice will be a graduate of either Yale or Harvard Law Schools.
Read the rest here . (If you have a subscription to First Things , you can refresh your memory on “the war on the weak” here .)