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Texas License Plates Will Not Display Confederate Flag

June 19, 2015

The Supreme Court of the US (SCOTUS) has ruled that Texas can indeed censor a license plate that displays the Confederate battle flag. Texas permits private organizations to design their own license plates, which may then be used by the…

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SCOTUS Nails The Coffin Shut On North Carolina’s Forced Ultrasounds Law

June 16, 2015

Remember when Republican Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker said that forced ultrasounds are ‘a cool thing’? On Monday, SCOTUS made it clear that it doesn’t agree. In 2011, North Carolina passed a law that would force a woman wanting an abortion…

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Federal Judge Ignores Alabama’s Roy Moore, Says Same-Sex Marriage Licensing Must Begin (VIDEO)

February 12, 2015

Federal Judge Callie V. S. Granade has once again ordered Alabama to issue same-sex marriage licenses. Thursday’s ruling in Federal District Court was meant to put an end to the chaos created by the interference of Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice, Roy Moore, at…

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Alabama’s Roy Moore Proves He’s The Dumbest Chief Justice In The Nation (VIDEO)

February 10, 2015

Chief Justice Roy Moore of the Alabama Supreme Court apparently has no end of idiotic positions. Mostly these come from his belief that his version of God supersedes the authority of both the U.S. Supreme Court and the U.S. Constitution. In 2003, Moore…

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Millions of White Southerners May Lose Obamacare Subsidies

January 25, 2015

Dan Mangan, Health Care reporter at CNBC recently wrote on a study released by the Urban Institute in which we learn that as many as 6.3 million Americans will likely lose health care coverage if the Supreme Court rules against the…

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Fracking Threatens Land Seizures in NY, PA.

December 8, 2014

Just over nine years ago, the United States Supreme Court handed down a decision that threw the very notion of private property ownership into question. The 5-4 decision in Kelo v. City of New London broadened the scope by which…

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