The Supreme Court just heard its latest case in the ongoing culture wars. At issue is whether a Christian graphic designer can refuse to create a wedding website for a gay couple. “The designer and her supporters say that ruling against her would force artists — from painters and photographers to writers and musicians — to do work that is against their faith. Her opponents, meanwhile, say that if she wins, a range of businesses will be able to discriminate, refusing to serve Black customers, Jewish or Muslim people, interracial or interfaith couples or immigrants, among others.” Both sides see high stakes in gay rights Supreme Court case. Justice Sonia Sotomayor asked lawyers to define where the line would be drawn. “How about people who don’t believe in interracial marriage? Or about people who don’t believe that disabled people should get married? Where’s the line?” Of course, with the current SCOTUS makeup, we know where the lines will be drawn. It’s a majority designed to assert the power of religion, specifically theirs, in America life.

+ ScotusBlog: Colorado web designer’s First Amendment challenge will test the scope of state anti-discrimination laws.