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- U.S. attorney warns Cuomo not to interfere with anti-corruption probes
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- Jesse Ventura suggests suit not over; HarperCollins could be next
- State Department: ‘No American is proud’ of certain CIA tactics
- Drug-filled drone crash outside S.C. prison sends police on alert
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Latest Supreme Court Items
The Supreme Court handed Hobby Lobby a 5-4 victory over Obamacare's contraception mandates on Monday, causing the entire liberal world to go absolutely insane. The decision was portrayed as the end of birth control, an attack on women's rights and the launch of a theocracy — as though the court has just installed Islamic Shariah law in America. (Funny how the people screaming about that also get angry at those who criticize actual Shariah law.)
It was Thursday when the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that an evangelical college in Illinois didn't need to follow the Affordable Care Act’s contraceptive coverage requirement, as long as it clarifies that it has a religious objection.
The Supreme Court's decision to let a Christian college to temporarily avoid responsibility for Obamacare's "contraception mandate" has drawn a sharp rebuke from the court's female justices, who say the body is hedging on language in the high-profile "Hobby Lobby" case it issued just days prior.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg sits on the highest court in the land, so she should have known better than to write the high-strung dissenting opinion she hammered out. It puts a respectable face on the hysteria sweeping across the Left.
The recent Supreme Court ruling striking down a Massachusetts "buffer zone" law was a banner day for pro-life activists — especially Molly Jesse, who lives in nearby Burlington, Vermont.
President Obama treats his abuse of authority like a game, smug in thinking that he has outsmarted everyone and has become untouchable.
If the Supreme Court's recently ended term is an indication, further treats may lie ahead when the court returns in October. Several of the cases corrected White House overreach.
In the days following a Supreme Court ruling upholding religious freedom in the workplace, several lower courts have issued decisions protecting religious liberty in similar circumstances.
After a brief holiday last week, I returned to some heavy reading, courtesy of the federal government.