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  • Santuary cities are illegal
    Santuary cities are illegal
    Last week, the Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing on the subject of sanctuary cities. It’s a subject that’s got the nation’s attention in the aftermath of Kate Steinle’s murder on Pier 14 in San Francisco. What&rsquo...
  • A way for women to receive birth control after the Hobby Lobby decision
    A way for women to receive birth control after the Hobby Lobby decision
    From the beginning of establishing the Affordable Care Act as law, it was originally presented in the ACA that it was required all employers except for places of worship to cover the full range of contraception, including intrauterine devices and...
  • Pillars/Ruins
    The Pillars of Propaganda (Supreme Mistake, Part III)
    “They are from the world and therefore speak the viewpoint of the world and the world listens to them” (1 John 4:5, NIV 1984).In my first column, “Courting Disaster”, on the Supreme Court ruling regarding homosexual &ldquo...
  • Homosexual activist flies rainbow flag outside Supreme Court
    Supreme Court gay marriage ruling already criminalizing Christianity
    Americans are now being intimidated, sued, and fined for disagreeing with homosexual marriage. There is already a lengthy record of Christians being bullied, harassed, and turned into second-class citizens for not participating in homosexual...
  • Same sex marriage
    For 'faith groups' to ponder
    Since “faith groups” don’t seem to understand the separation between church and state, and appear to be overstepping their boundary after the Supreme Court decision on same sex marriage, it is time for We the People to make some...
  • Healthcare in America
    Why do GOP candidates complain about ObamaCare?
    ObamaCare is legal and is apparently working as intended to cover people who would otherwise not have healthcare insurance. The question about the extent to which it is working and how efficiently and effective it is working remains to be answered...
  • New Jersey Political Buzz index early 2015
    New Jersey Political Buzz index early 2015
    For reader convenience, we are continuing to provide an index covering the author's political articles from the series beginning in mid 2012 by half-year steps of early 2013 and late 2013 through early 2014 and late 2014. This article...
  • The United States Supreme Court
    Secession: The Nuclear Option
    The United States Supreme Court decision on same sex marriage set off some of the most contentious days between Americans in recent history. There have been plenty of fringe groups like The Patriot Post that have tried to rally support for Texas...
  • George Takei
    Star Trek's George Takei has some nasty words for one Supreme Court justice
    Here is anotherstory to be filed under"Imagine If a Conservative Said This." The speaker was instead Hollywood liberal and former crew member of Starship EnterpriseGeorge Takei, who unloaded onSupreme Court JusticeClarence Thomas for his...
  • Homosexual activists celebrate Supreme Court decision
    Five ways the Supreme Court's gay marriage ruling tramples the Constitution
    For the all-important goal of making homosexuals feel more mainstream than they are (by forcing everyone to endorse their lifestyles at gunpoint), the Supreme Court has launched the most blatantly illegal attack on the Constitution in nearly half...
  • Supreme Court blocks EPA mercury rule with surreal overestimated tech costs
    Supreme Court blocks EPA mercury rule with surreal overestimated tech costs
    According to a Forbes article written today by Public Utilities Fortnightly Magazine Editor-In-Chief, Ken Silverstein, Monday's Supreme Court decision in favor of 23 states that challenged the EPA Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (MATS) for...
  • Poem Art Graphic: Tao of the Rainbow No. 12
    Some notes on the colors of these changing times: Editorial with poem
    Given the horrendous white-versus-black-motivated massacre in Charleston, S.C., on June 17, the jubilant rainbow celebrations that broke out following the U.S. Supreme Court’s historic ruling legalizing same-sex marriage nation-wide on June...
  • Supreme Court building
    Supreme Court kicks anti-TABOR lawsuit back to 10th Circuit Court of Appeals
    The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) kicked back a challenge to Colorado’s Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TABOR) constitutional amendment (Article X, Section 20) to the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals, vacating the 10th Circuit’s...
  • Saturday: Same sex wedding day at North Unitarian Universalist Congregation
    Saturday: Same sex wedding day at North Unitarian Universalist Congregation
    To celebrate the Supreme Court decision on marriage equality, clergy will perform free same sex marriage ceremonies at the North Unitarian Universalist Congregationon Saturday, July 4 between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.All same sex couples, regardless of...
  • Supreme Court
    Why libertarians should oppose Obergefell v. Hodges
    On June 26, the Supreme Court announced its decision in the case of Obergefell v. Hodges, which decided whether same-sex marriage is a constitutionally guaranteed right. The justices decided by a 5-4 vote that “The Fourteenth Amendment...
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