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Mary Fallin: Ten Commandments Monument In Oklahoma Won’t Be Removed

According to Oklahoma Governor, the Ten Commandments monument located on state government grounds will not be removed, and she claims the Oklahoma Supreme Court’s ruling on the Ten Commandments statue is “wrong.” In a related report by the Inquisitr, when atheists rewrote the Ten Commandments many people were upset. Show More Summary

Republicans set up next repeal fight—the medical device tax

Did you think that the fighting over Obamacare might have ended with the Supreme Court's King v. Burwell decision upholding federal subsidies to every qualified enrollee? Ha! As long as there's a Republican majority in the House, there will be repeal votes because that's the only thing they've been able to perfect in five years of leadership. Show More Summary

There’s Already a Movie in the Works About SCOTUS Gay Marriage Ruling

4 hours agoNews : Mediaite

There is already a movie being developed by a major studio about the Supreme Court's gay marriage ruling just weeks ago.

World Briefing: Argentina: Top Court Rules for Family of Patient in a Right-to-Die Case

4 hours agoHealth : NYTimes: Health

Argentina’s Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that Marcelo Diez, who has required life support for two decades, can be allowed to die.

Fox 2000 Making Pic About Supreme Court Same-Sex Marriage Ruling

Fox 2000 has acquired life rights to Jim Obergefell, the lead plaintiff in the landmark lawsuit that the Supreme Court last month ruled on in June that legalized same-sex marriage in the U.S. His lawyer Al Gerhardstein also sold his life rights. Show More Summary

Va. Republicans promise to protect ‘religious freedom’ after gay marriage

RICHMOND — Six months ahead of the next session of the Virginia General Assembly, Republican lawmakers say that they are already looking for ways to protect religious freedom after a Supreme Court ruling affirming gay couples’ right to marry in all 50 states.Read full article >>

Fox Is Planning to Make Movie About Same-Sex Marriage Ruling

Studio has bought rights to tell the story of the landmark case that brought recognition of gay nuptials by the Supreme Court

LGBT advocates look to secure nondiscrimination protections next

The Supreme Court ruling legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide has now left many couples—especially those in red states—with a dilemma: "If I get married and try to claim the associated benefits of marriage at my job, will I be fired?" Despite...Show More Summary

Blogging Federal Judge Says Ted Cruz ‘Not Fit to be President’

Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz raised eyebrows with his idea of giving voters the power to oust Supreme Court justices from the bench. One federal judge says he's so offended by the Texas senator's proposal that he thinks it should disqualify him from the White House.

Defiant Oklahoma Governor Says Ten Commandments Monument Will Stay On State Capitol Grounds

6 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

WASHINGTON -- Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin (R), apparently defying a state Supreme Court ruling, has ordered that a monument to the Ten Commandments remain on the grounds of the state capitol. Fallin on Tuesday said the monument was staying...Show More Summary

World Isn't Worth Saving if the Price is a Tear of an Innocent Child

If someone told me that I would have a reason to bring up the names of Pope Francis and Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy in the same sentence, I would have highly doubted it. But, here it is. A NY Times editorials article, "Justice...Show More Summary

IRS Claims That Tax Court Is Located in the Executive Branch

The constitutionality of the power of the President to remove Tax Court judges for legitimate reasons is the basis for the court case of Kuretski v. Commissioner, which the Supreme Court decline to grant certification for on May 18. The... The post IRS Claims That Tax Court Is Located in the Executive Branch appeared first on.

Americans Support SCOTUS's Death Penalty Ruling, But Have Complicated Feelings About The Issue

8 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

Americans generally agree with the Supreme Court's decision last week to uphold Oklahoma's use of a controversial lethal injection drug, a new poll finds -- but many supporters express some concerns about whether executions could be carried out too painfully, and many are divided over what the main goal of allowing death sentences should be. Show More Summary

Tanning tax is the latest target of Obamacare opponents

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has received, for the second time, the Supreme Court's imprimatur. Following the high court's 6-3 decision on June 25, President Obama declared that the health care law that unofficially bears his name "is here to stay." Obamacare opponents, however, aren't convinced and are still trying to chip away at the law. Show More Summary

Fox News Doesn't Understand Religious Freedom

Given the amount of time Fox News spends peddling claims of Christian persecution, you might expect them to have a better understanding of the subject. Since the Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage, the conservative fear machine has been cranked up to DEFCON 5. Show More Summary

Oklahoma Legislator Files Bill to Keep Ten Commandments Monument on Capitol Grounds

Last week, the Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled 7-2 that a Ten Commandments monument on the grounds of the State Capitol was unconstitutional: But Governor Mary Fallin says the monument isn't going anywhere. At least not until she's exhausted every appeal from the other branches of government:

Texas Clergyman: Religious Abortion Opponents Do Not Speak for Me

Whatever the Supreme Court decides about HB 2, we can all agree that Texas is the testing ground for new abortion laws in the United States. And we who live here aren’t proud of it. Image: Shutterstock The post Texas Clergyman: Religious Abortion Opponents Do Not Speak for Me appeared first on RH Reality Check.

Get ready for the next Obamacare legal challenge in the news

10 hours agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

Obamacare is not out of the courts yet, though the Supreme Court's King v. Burwell decision last month will whittle some of the more than a dozen pending cases down by at least a few. At the moment, the most threatening case—at least in terms of potential to do damage—is pending now before the federal District of Columbia district court. Show More Summary

What Equality Means to These Inspiring Same-Sex Parents

On Friday, June 26 history was made—the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage in all 50 states. While you watched your Facebook newsfeed turn rainbow, many LGBT parents celebrated the legalization of their love and acceptance by the country they call home. Show More Summary

The Lesson of Gay Marriage

Thanks to the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) every gay person who wanted to get married in the United States should have had the chance to, by now. The longest waiting period in the nation - a requirement in both Minnesota and Wisconsin - is only five days. Show More Summary

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