This SC case (Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission) is an interesting and important case. At issue is religious freedom and freedom of speech. Do those fundamental rights trump the rights of gays to compel a "cake artist" to design them a custom cake for a same-sex wedding, which the cake baker says violates his religious beliefs. In 2012, custom cake baker, Jack Phillips, told two gay men; "Sorry, guys, I don’t make cakes for same-sex weddings.” Phillips was willing to sell them cookies or cupcakes, but he wasn't willing to bake them one of his custom cakes. Federal law does not forbid discriminating against people because of the sexual orientation, but the state of Colorado (and 20 other states) have adopted anti-gay discrimination laws. Colorado has barred Phillips from making custom wedding cakes for anybody because of his refusal. His business has dropped by 40 percent. The U.S. Dept of Justice, among others, is supporting Phillips, but the other side is equally well represented. The case is expected to come down to Justice Anthony Kennedy, as usual.