About the author, I think he was well informed because he used to mention the right number of states that had approved the same-sex marriage, he offered us real facts. This part is very important in a editorial because if you make something fake, it could destroy your career as a journalist.
My favorite part of that editorial is when he explained how the Supreme Court refuse the DOMA ACT, because I think as a pre-law student is a huge door to allow same-sex marriage in the Federal Goverment.
Some quotes I like about the editorial are:
"In a breakthrough beyond the marriage issue, the Senate has just approved theEmployment Non-Discrimination Act, a long-sought measure to outlaw employment discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity."
"The measure, ending a two-decade legal and political battle, caps a remarkable year of progress toward ensuring the basic civil rights of gay Americans."
The language used at this editorial I think that is very informative. The writes doesnt meant to be rude, or offensive. He is just informing what have happened, and how could be the future of the LGBTT from now. Is very easy to read, and you can understand everything from the start. And also, I find him passionate about it, because of his way to feel that this is not the end, but we have a lot more to seek. This showed me that he is clearly looking for that results that all the LGBTT Community will love to enjoy in a future.