The Court took oral arguments on December 5, 2017, with a decision likely to be made in mid-2018.
So...why blog now rather than wait? That's a brilliant question, and it's agreeable to have asked it. The short answer is, why not?
A long answer is, the gay blogs and writers [today] doing spin instead of expressing concern over a same sex or gay couple who couldn't accept no for an answer, and as a result, could set the GLBT rights movement back decades.
For starters, this is not the same Supreme Court that gave us a victory in Obergefell v. Hodges. Then when oral arguments against marriage equality were heard, they were mostly homophobic and not based on reality.
But that was then and this is now. Today, there's a millionaire reality tv show accused of sexual assault who somehow became President. In a few days, voters in Alabama are likely to elect a man accused by nine women of being a pedophile.
Meanwhile, the LGBT establishment have adopted anti-gay policies, all the while, cloaking themselves in a shroud of liberal political correctness.
So how is the Court supposed to agree baking a cake is not a religious issue when our side is behaving like spoiled brats having a tantrum at being told no?
What, they couldn't find another baker in Colorado?