Several thousand people including religious leaders marched in Washington on Saturday against same-sex marriage as the US Supreme Court prepares to hear Crowds rallied from the US Capitol to the Supreme Court, carrying placards reading, “A Child Needs a Father and a Mother” and...
Unsurprisingly, religious leaders who have staked their careers on hatred and derision of LGBT families have filed legal briefs in the upcoming Supreme Court case Obergefell v. Hodges that argue against the right of same-sex couplesShow More Summary
Imagine the dog that catches the car, unsure what to do next. That's the GOP problem on health care with a Supreme Court decision looming.
Religious leaders from a wide array of denominations have released a joint statement reaffirming their support for traditional marriage ahead of the Supreme Court's hearing of oral arguments on Tuesday. The Christian leaders have said that reaffirming marriage as between one man and one woman is vital for protecting children and offering them both a father and a mother.
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Recently, North Korea’s supreme leader Kim Jong-un “climbed” Mt. Paektu, the country’s tallest mountain. The mountain is an important place, so Kim Jong-un’s visit is very much a photo opportunity. A propaganda one, too. Read more.....
On the eve of arguments over marriage before the U.S. Supreme Court, religious and political leaders representing Evangelicals, Catholics, Orthodox Christian and Jewish communities have once again pledged their unity to stand in solidarity to marriage and the family.
Supreme court orders Musallam al-Barrak to be released ahead of court appearance on charges of insulting the emir.
In a televised address to military commanders Sunday, Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, toughened rhetoric ahead of resumption of nuclear negotiations with the international powers this week, saying that the U.S. createdShow More Summary
Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Sunday said allegations that the country was trying to develop nuclear weapons were a myth, and pointed to the U.S. and Israel as the real threats to security in the Middle East. The remarks were delivered on the occasion of Iran’s annual Army Day, where Mr. Khamenei exhorted […]
Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei told military commanders on Sunday the United States had created the "myth" of nuclear weapons to portray Iran as a threat,
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said the concept of Iranian nuclear weapons was a fabrication and the United States was the real source of threat, hardening his rhetoric before nuclear negotiations resume this week.
(Scott Johnson) One gets the impression that President Obama would be open to throwing in a couple of nuclear devices of the Supreme Leader’s choice to be named later if only Iran will sign a nuclear agreement with him on the dotted line. Show More Summary
(Scott Johnson) Omri Ceren has sent out two messages today on developments related to the arrangement in process with Iran. They will come as a surprise to no one. For those keeping score at home, the second of the two messages provides...Show More Summary
Justice N. Patrick Crooks said: "I think it's not only sad, it's unfortunate. I won't give you my view of the merits of that lawsuit, but I will tell you I think it's something that should not have been done. We've become a little bit...Show More Summary
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid talks with Rachel Maddow about how the Supreme Court's ruling in Citizens United has hurt American politics, and discusses...
In Impromptus today, Jay deals with the curious case of the missing fatwa. That would, of course, be the purported fatwa (or Islamic sharia law edict) issued by Iran’s “Supreme Leader,” Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, which is said to prohibit Iran from developing nuclear weapons. The fatwa does not exist. Show More Summary
Who could possibly open up North Korea to outside culture? Who could convince the Kim dynasty to officially sanction the appearance of anything related to mainstream capitalist enterprise? Who, in 2015, could succeed where even Dennis Rodman had failed? Oh, I think you know. Show More Summary
The Supreme Leader appealed to hardliners while leaving the door open to the U.S.