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In this April 28, 2015, file photo, demonstrators stand in front of a rainbow flag of the Supreme Court in Washington, as the court was set to hear historic arguments in cases that could make same-sex marriage the law of the land. Gay and lesbian couples could face legal chaos if the Supreme Court rules against same-sex marriage in the next few weeks. Same-sex weddings could come to a halt in many states, depending on a confusing mix of lower-court decisions and the sometimes-contradictory views of state and local officials. Among the 36 states in which same-sex couples can now marry are 20 in which federal judges invoked the Constitution to strike down marriage bans. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana, File)

Same-sex court decision destroys the democratic process

The Supreme Court's same-sex marriage decision destroys the democratic process. Instead of acting only with clear Constitutional authority, the justices give themselves power over the people by claiming their decision 'interprets' the Constitution rather than making new law.

FILE - In this March 25, 2014 file photo, Barbara Green, wife of David Green, founder and chief executive officer of Hobby Lobby, speaks to the media in front of the Supreme Court in Washington. The Monday, June 30, 2014 Supreme Court ruling that the Hobby Lobby crafts store chain does not have to provide all forms of birth control marks the first time the high court has said some businesses can hold religious views under federal law, in cases where there is essentially no difference between the business and its owners. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak, File)

ISTOOK: Ruling thwarts Obama's attack on the profit motive

Hobby Lobby's court case was as much about economic freedom as religious freedom, which is why news stories always mention that Hobby Lobby is a for-profit company. Only those willing to denounce profits get considered for more-favored treatment under Obamacare. It's part of Mr. Obama's constant attack on free enterprise. Non-profits: good. For-profits: bad.

Bela Lugosi portrays the evil Count Dracula in the 1930 movie classic. (AP Photo)

ISTOOK: Feds say no to 'Redskins,' but fail to protect us Transylvanians

Federal bureaucrats are playing favorites again. Protecting people against assault, rape and robbery makes sense. But today's government bureaucrats also regulate to protect the masses from getting their feelings hurt. Or at least some of them, selectively. That's the only explanation for why bureaucrats are saying no to the term "Redskins" while we Transylvanians remain fair game for disparagement.

President Barack Obama speaks in the South Court Auditorium in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building on the White House complex in Washington, Tuesday, June 10, 2014, before signing H.R. 3080, the Water Resources Reform and Development Act of 2014, and H.R. 1726, to award a Congressional Gold Medal to the 65th Infantry Regiment know as the Borinqueneers. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

ISTOOK: Media swallow Obama's line on student loan 'rules'

Did President Obama truly change the rules this week, bypassing Congress to grant amnesty on student loan payments for millions of students and graduates? Or is he only acting like he did, setting up a fawning media to proclaim his compassion for those caught between student debt and the scarcity of good jobs?