Not so fast: Federal judge says Constitution doesn’t require redefining marriage

By William C. Duncan Perhaps the most powerful argument for same-sex marriage has been that it is “inevitable.” It’s powerful because it contains an implicit threat: If you think there is something unique and uniquely valuable about marriage between a husband and wife — you are on the wrong side of history and your views will soon be treated as unacceptable with the possibility of your livelihood being at risk. This argument has gotten some fuel lately from a couple dozen federal and state court decisions ruling that the U.S.…