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Judiciary employees continue ‘Red and Black Monday’ protest against President Aquino

Jane Antonio

Green FM News Writer

Judiciary employees wore black and red to show their protest against President Aquino’s criticisms on Supreme Court.

Associate Justice Presbitero Velasco, Jr., Associate Justices Mariano Del Castillo and Martin Villarama Jr., and Philippine Judicial Academy Chancellor and retired SC Associate Justice Rodolfo Azcuna also wore black and red during the flag-raising ceremony at the SC. 44 more words

Breaking News

Homeseller Need not Reveal Murder-Suicide

By DAVID LEE

(CN) – The sellers of homes do not have to disclose “psychological stigmas,” such as murders, to prospective buyers, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled. 527 more words

Hmmm?

Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc.

The decision reached by the court was that, regarding closely held corporations, “regulations promulgated by the Department of Health and Human Services requiring employers to provide their female employees with no-cost access to contraception violate the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. 1,416 more words

Politics

Petitions to Reform the National Firearms Act

This is from AmmoLand.

The Obama Regime will never respond to the petition.

I added my name to the petition.

Arizona - -(Ammoland.com)- The rifle pictured above is completely legal.  602 more words

The Case for Birth Control

Since June 30—when the Supreme Court ruled that companies such as Hobby Lobby could refuse to pay for some forms of contraception that violate the religious tenets of business owners—it seems that you can’t mention birth control without getting an opinion on the giant craft store. 1,254 more words

Human Interest

A Long Overdue Invocation

 I was on my little vacation last week, so I missed the story on the FFRF’s podcast Freethought Radio regarding Dan Courtney, an Atheist activist from Rochester, NY, who gave the first secular invocation at the opening of Greece, NY’s town hall meeting. 281 more words