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"Why Scalia Should Resign": It Must Make Him Wonder If He Wishes To Be Part Of An Institution That Is Corrupting The Republic

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia should resign.

That’s the thought I had while reading his acid dissents in the two headline-grabbing Supreme Court cases last week, one affirming the IRS’s interpretation of the Affordable Care Act, and the other discovering a right to same-sex marriage in the 14th Amendment. 715 more words

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Sister Wives, Now Coming to a Court Near You (if you live in Montana)

Throughout the debate over legalized same-sex marriage, the scenario leading the parade of horribles has involved the polygamist households that would see their own opportunity for legalization once the traditional one man-one woman marriage was no longer legally sacrosanct. 858 more words

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The proceeds of this shirt will go to the girl (Zea) in the original photo for her courage to stand for equality and a portion of the proceeds will later be … 9 more words

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Supreme Court Opinion on Same-Sex Marriage (Obergefell v. Hodges)

Opinion of the Court

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES

Nos. 14–556, 14-562, 14-571 and 14–574

JAMES OBERGEFELL, ET AL., PETITIONERS 14–556 v. RICHARD HODGES, DIRECTOR, OHIO DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, ET AL.; 744 more words

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Even Keel

Dear Jesus,

I have too many emotions to name. I have leaned too far deep into anger and disappointment. God’s Word is truth and nothing, no man can change that. 93 more words

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Interracial Marriage: For The Record

Without a doubt the most common rebuttal I hear after any attempt to defend the Constitution against the lawlessness of the Supreme Court is “what about… 1,609 more words

Did the Gay Marriage Ruling Just Legalize Concealed Carry Nationwide? Legal Experts Weigh In

This is from Independent Journal Review.

While this sounds great sadly I do not see it happening.

The Obama Regime is trying to restrict Second Amendment Rights and will fight any expansion of said rights. 688 more words