Kim Davis, the county clerk in Kentucky who refused to issue marriage licenses to gays, was released after five days behind bars. “That is a justifiable punishment – if it were applied equally to the progressive mayors of sanctuary cities and all officials who likewise ignore federal law,” writes columnist Victor Davis Hanson.
Kim Davis, the county clerk in Kentucky who refused to issue marriage licenses to gays, was released after five days behind bars. “That is a justifiable punishment – if it were applied equally to the progressive mayors of sanctuary cities and all officials who likewise ignore federal law,” writes columnist Victor Davis Hanson. Pablo Alcala The Associated Press
Kim Davis, the county clerk in Kentucky who refused to issue marriage licenses to gays, was released after five days behind bars. “That is a justifiable punishment – if it were applied equally to the progressive mayors of sanctuary cities and all officials who likewise ignore federal law,” writes columnist Victor Davis Hanson. Pablo Alcala The Associated Press

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Victor Davis Hanson is a Tribune Content Agency columnist. He is a classicist and historian at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, and the author of “The Father of Us All: War and History, Ancient and Modern.” Email: author@victorhanson.com.