Is polygamy next? It would only require the court to follow its own logic.

By William C. Duncan Is the legal acceptance of polygamy the most predictable consequence of the legalization of same-sex marriage? To judge by the dissents to the U.S. Supreme Court’s marriage redefinition decision and by many conversations with a wide variety of people (not a scientific measure), one might think so. I have my doubts. It is clear that advocates of polygamy think the Obergefell decision requires recognition of some type of group marriage. In a pending Utah case, the attorney for a polygamist and his wives has argued exactly that. The…

The Hub Sheet – Sept 12, 2015: Book Reviews, Coups, and Zombie Bees

Hub Book Review: American Exceptionalism: An Experiment. Kim Davis hurts religious liberty by violating the rule of law. Salt Lake Tribune takes a look back at historic big bands in Utah. A Utah doctors group who supported Healthy Utah oppose a new plan in which they’d help pay for it. Do US laws extend to email servers located overseas?We’ll find out soon. Judge David Sam appointed to Recapture Canyon case. ACLU going to bat for animal rights activists charged in Lagoon zoo protest. Youngsters disrupt Olds at Jackson Hole federal reserve…