03/30/2013 11:48 pm ET Updated May 30, 2013

Sunday Roundup

This week, the Supreme Court heard two cases on gay marriage bans -- and the long arc of the moral universe seemed to bend a bit more towards justice, as a majority of the court seemed to question the bans' constitutionality. This would put them in the good company of the majority of Americans: in a recent poll, 58 percent said they now support the freedom of gay couples to marry, a figure that skyrockets to 81 percent for those under 30, regardless of party affiliation. Change is even coming to DC, as a number of Democratic senators switched positions on the issue, and Republican Lisa Murkowski said her views are "evolving" -- which is, literally, what life is all about. We're not there yet, but as our nation continues our evolution toward a more perfect union, the circle of our concern grows ever wider.