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Changing law to authorize the marriage of homosexual people is not about equality nor about human rights; it  is about the deconstruction of Judeo-Christian, sacramental marriage. It is intended to return control of human reproduction from religious individuals and their … Continue reading

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The Judge Is Dead … Long Live The Judge!

Supreme Court conservative icon Antonin Scalia was found dead with a pillow over his head, per an interview with the resort owner (And Democratic donor) who found his body in his room. It was somehow immediately determined that Scalia died … Continue reading

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Who Will Govern the Governors? Do You Know? (Maybe You’d Better …)

The ancient Roman poet Juvenal is credited for the line: “Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? Various translations exist; the most accepted seems to be: “Who will guard the guardians?” Our preference is rather: “Who will govern the governors?” For the great … Continue reading

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Supremes Deck Aereo (And The Public)

Radio was first; nobody could figure out a means for collecting money for radio broadcasts so they were free to consumers, subsidized by advertisers. Then came TV with the same setup — until cable. Cable can charge fees for service … Continue reading

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Cops Don’t Need No Damn Due Process’ Anymore (Supreme Court)

The important story in today’s newspaper was: “High Courst OK’s Ban On Race As Admissions Factor.” In a box to one side of the page, together with other secondary stories, was: “”High Court: Anonymous Tip OK.  This advertised the editors’s … Continue reading

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Hobby Lobby: “Ridiculous” To The Left; “Crucial” To The Right

It is not Obamacare that the Supreme Court is disposing in the Hobby Lobby case. The Left wants the case perceived as an attack on the Affordable Care Act from the Right. The take is represented by Jon Stewart if … Continue reading

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Who’s In Charge Here, Anyway?

The Prez’ ‘State of the Union’ speech is a big piece of that “bully pulpit” the U.S. President is said to own. Everybody listens. Tonight, it’s especially meaningful since it’s the first opportunity the President has had to shape debate … Continue reading

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