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Journalistic integrity demands we tell their story, too. 

Across every social media platform this morning, Americans were cheering not only the successful filibuster against anti-abortion legislation in Texas, but two enormous victories for the LGBT community. The Supreme Court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act as unconstitutional while paving the way to make same-sex marriage legal in California.

What would this triumph of human rights and enlightened liberalism be, however, without the editorial commentary of those on the wrong side of history? Those people who stare at gay marriage and see the decline of civilization as we know it? 

Journalistic integrity demands we tell their story, too. 

In their own words:

Shaking my damn head.

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