David Frum weighs in with some conservative reaction to the gay marriage issue in Canada. Actually, I disagree with his analysis. I think the court decision, if not preferred by most Canadians, is at least acknowledged as inevitable. I’ve been surprised with how little reaction there’s been on either side of the debate. I don’t want to dwell on the subject of gay marriage, but the National Post editorial yesterday raised a good point. I think we’re a few years away from a court challenge that pits religious freedom against gay rights. It’ll probably happen here, and I’m not sure religious freedom will win out. Should be interesting. It’s a good time to be salt and light.