As marriage equality has become more and more common, a new battle has emerged over religious liberty. Conservatives in states such as Indiana and Arkansas have pushed to exempt bakers, florists, and priests from having to accommodate same-sex couples and their weddings. In this exchange, Justice Scalia makes the absurd suggestion that a ruling in favor of marriage equality would force ministers to conduct same-sex marriage ceremonies. Unlike anti-discrimination statutes, the Fourteenth Amendment—which this case will be decided under—applies to governments, and not private individuals.