Someone just loogied themselves into hell. Fr. Jonathan Morris, an ordained Catholic priest and a Fox News analyst on religious and social issues, tweeted Sunday that he was spat upon by two men who were participating in a gay pride parade in New York City. The parade was to celebrate the national legalization of gay marriage by the U.S. Supreme ... Read More »
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A lot of people jumped on the gay marriage bandwagon Friday, including a surprising addition: The U.S. Department of Education. Then again, perhaps it isn’t surprising at all. Friday morning, within hours of the announcement of the Supreme Court decision that legalized gay marriage nationwide, The U.S. Department of Education posted a new profile picture to their official Facebook page, ... Read More »
Usually, we see fair-weather fans in the sports world, but the legalization of gay marriage by the Supreme Court has got everyone jumping on the rainbow-colored bandwagon, especially entertainment news sites hungry for readers, like TheWrap.com. Rather than cover the decision with class and humility like others are, TheWrap.com is using the opportunity to “stick it” to many on the ... Read More »
The controversy over President Obama’s decision to exchange five high-ranking Taliban leaders for Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl last month focused largely on the price paid. There was less focus on Obama ignoring a federal law that required him to notify Congress 30 days in advance of releasing detainees at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Laws such as this have been enacted to allow vital oversight of actions of such ... Read More »
Last week, in Michigan Catholic Conference v. Burwell, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit rejected the appeal of Catholic nonprofit groups in their challenge to the Obamacare anti-conscience mandate. The court got it wrong by second-guessing the religious beliefs of these groups… Click here to view original web page at dailysignal.com Read More »
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“We are, in fact, disappointed by the decision that was announced today,” said White House deputy press secretary Josh Earnest to reporters aboard Air Force One en route to Michigan with the president.
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One of the reasons Clarence Thomas gives for the studious silence he maintains during Supreme Court hearings is that his fellow justices have shown an increasing tendency to talk too much during oral arguments, thus preventing advocates from presenting their arguments coherently. Yesterday’s Supreme Court hearing in Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Stores and Conestoga Wood Specialties v. Sebelius suggest that Thomas is right...
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Associate Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas said Monday that people today are more race-conscious and politically correct than ever before, and that he has endured far worse treatment at the hands of northern liberals than supposedly racist southerners...
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Rand Paul’s political action committee just announced that the Kentucky senator is suing President Obama.
Paul will file his lawsuit on Wednesday morning at the U.S. District Court in D.C., joined by former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli and FreedomWorks president Matt Kibbe.
The class-action lawsuit will be filed against Obama, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, Director of the National Security Agency Keith Alexander and FBI Director James Comey.
The complaint? “I am filing a lawsuit against President Barack Obama because he has publicly refused to stop a clear and continuing violation of the 4th Amendment,” Paul said in a statement. “The Bill of Rights protects all citizens from general warrants. I expect this case to go all the way to the Supreme Court and I predict the American people will win.”...