When I started my coverage of this trial, I committed to aggregating the coverage. There is almost too much content out there right now regarding yesterday’s decision, but if you’re just started to look for it all, here are some highlights you ought to check out. (See all the ZFb coverage here!)
For in-depth looks at the decision, I recommend:
Looking to see what various people thought of the decision? Towleroad has an extensive list of reactions, both positive and negative. If you really want to see all the ugly negative ones, Pam and Louise have those.
Need to be reminded that our President is not a fierce advocate and is not a supporter of same-sex marriage? Read Joe Sudbay’s response to the anonymous White House aide and then today’s piece about David Axelroad on The Hill. If that’s not enough, read more on Politico, The Washington Post, and FiveThirtyEight. Most importantly, go here and sign the open letter to the President to get his head out of his appeasing-the-religious ass. (The letter words it more nicely than that.)
Need a constant flow of information about the case? The Prop 8 Trial Tracker is still hard at work.
On MSNBC, Keith Olbermann showed an encore of his special comment about love from November 2008. Rachel talked to Boies and Olson and also spent another segment showing how flawed the proponents’ arguments were. (Thanks to AMERICAblog for the links.)
Look ahead with Evan Wolfson to what’s next for Freedom to Marry.
Lastly, watch these two videos. The first is a video showing the reaction when folks first heard the results of the decision. The second then follows Vanessa Judicpa & Maria Ydil as they attempt to get a marriage license during the brief window before Judge Walker’s temporary stay.