CNN shows bias in discussion of the Supreme Court decision on DOMA
There was little doubt that later that morning, this quietly powerful justice would be having a major say in the legal, political, and social path of gay rights moving forward.
And at precisely 10 a.m., Kennedy kicked off the public session with his eloquent majority ruling striking down a key part of a federal law that blocks a range of benefits for legally married gay and lesbian couples. . . .
It was vintage Kennedy -- a mix of sweeping rhetoric mixed with practical legal and social considerations. . . .