• Cake Cases Really About Courts Deciding What Americans Can Believe

    Cake Cases Really About Courts Deciding What Americans Can Believe

    On a sunny day in July 2012, Charlie Craig and David Mullins walked into a Colorado cake shop, looking to buy a wedding cake. A few minutes later, the two men were fleeing the building through separate doors, flipping the middle finger and cussing so hard they hadn’t time to wait for Mullins’ mother to leave with them.

    “F–k you and your f-ck-ng homophobic cake shop!” one screamed.

    The whole interaction prior to this moment lasted only 20 or 30 seconds, but it would end up writing Masterpiece Cakeshops and its owner, Jack Phillips, into Supreme Court history. READ MORE...