“No one can say with a straight face that Justice Ginsburg’s actions, as related to this case, have been anything but unwise and unethical. Chief Justice Roberts, who has defended the justices on the matter, wrote in one instance, ‘I have complete confidence in the capability of my colleagues to determine when recusal is warranted.’ He must be appalled by this particular situation. Justice Ginsburg’s shenanigans have done anything but instill confidence. The Supreme Court’s decision in June will be greatly diminished with her name on the opinion, no matter what the ultimate outcome is. Although Justice Ginsburg apparently feels a strong urge to express herself on this issue, her silence is the only thing that can actually advance her preferred cause. Will she be able to show the necessary self-restraint? History tells us it is not likely. Instead, the court should brace itself for further embarrassment. She seems to be pushing heavily for the Roe v. Wade of marriage, which is likely to impart just as much damage on the court and the country. – Concerned Women for America legal counsel Mario Diaz, writing for the Washington Times.