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Supreme Court grants temporary reprieve from contraceptive mandate

The Obama administration cannot enforce the Affordable Care Act’s contraception coverage requirements against a Catholic nuns’ order for the time being, if the nuns tell the government they object to providing that coverage, the Supreme Court ruled Friday afternoon. The … Continue reading

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Catholic Bishop: Supreme Court ‘Giving Legal Protection to an Intrinsic Evil’

Bishop Thomas John Paprocki, leader of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Springfield, Ill., says the U.S. Supreme Court is giving “legal protection to intrinsic evil” in its decisions late last month that advanced the cause of legalized same-sex “marriage” in … Continue reading

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM JUSTICE SCALIA’S ANGRY DEFENSE OF MARRIAGE ACT DISSENT

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s acerbic style was on full display in his dissent from the high court’s decision to strike down the provision of the federal Defense of Marriage Act denying benefits to married gay couples. Scalia excoriated Justice Anthony Kennedy’s majority opinion … Continue reading

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America – God Sheds His Grace on Thee No More

Churches around the country are celebrating the ruling of the Supreme Court to accept gay marriage. The Word of God obviously is no longer followed in our churches. Why the government is part of the holy union between one man, … Continue reading

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SUPREME COURT’S AUTHORITY FACES STUNNING CHALLENGE

A coalition of Christian organizations is warning that the U.S. Supreme Court does not have the power to redefine the institution of marriage, which predates government, churches and even religion. The statement comes just as the court is expected to release … Continue reading

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Supreme Court: For right to remain silent, a suspect must speak

Prosecutors can use a suspect’s silence during informal police questioning as evidence of guilt at a subsequent trial, the US Supreme Court said on Monday. In a case with important implications for individuals at the early stages of a police … Continue reading

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Did We Forget or Did We Choose to Forget?

The original error [was in] establishing a judiciary independent of the nation, and which, from the citadel of the law, can turn its guns on those they were meant to defend, and control and fashion their proceedings to its own … Continue reading

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Five Options for the Judiciary of the United States

See additional comments on Tea Party Nation. Justice has been shown to be blinded by political ideology and ambition in Washington. Let me propose some solutions for the House of Representatives to consider: 1. The House of Representatives introduces legislation … Continue reading

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When Dissent Failed

See additional comments on Tea Party Nation. While the nation has been focused on the Supreme Court’s decision on healthcare, we have neglected to read the dissenting opinion by Justice Scalia on this case. Here is a portion of the … Continue reading

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Did We Forget or Just Give Up?

The Wolf and the Lamb A wolf, meeting with a Lamb astray from the fold, resolved not to lay violent hands on him, but to find some plea to justify to the Lamb the Wolf’s right to eat him. He … Continue reading

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Power To The Admiring Serfs

I am grateful to Justice Roberts for making the last fatal decision of the Supreme Court. It has taken the mask of righteousness away from that body for good. They cannot go back, they cannot appear true arbiters of Constitutionality. … Continue reading

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The Russian Analysis of the Healthcare Decision

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No taxation without representation! Clinton couldn’t do it in the 90’s but Obama’s paid off justices in the Supreme Court were able to kick in government health care. Obamacare was forced to pass whether you like it or not. Wacky … Continue reading

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I want there to be some sort of digital record showing that not every single person in this godforsaken country was a coward and an imbecile – Ann Barnhardt

SURPRISED? NOPE. SOLUTION? JUNTA. LIKELY? NOPE. Am I surprised at this morning’s news? No. The only thing that is the least bit surprising is that it was Roberts, who was heretofore considered a “constructionist”, and not Kennedy, who finally put … Continue reading

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SUFFICIENT PROOF OF TYRANNY

There is no justice left in the halls of American government – the form remains, but the soul of Liberty has fled, and the corpse is now being consumed by the rot of petty tyranny. If we had any doubt, it has … Continue reading

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Liberty Falls

The Supreme Court has ruled that the federal government can force us to buy healthcare. Once the government can dictate how we spend our money, we have lost our individual freedom. Although there will be endless discussions and debate on … Continue reading

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