Saturday, June 27, 2015



Scalia: ‘This Court’ is a ‘Threat to American Democracy’

CNS News – by Terence P. Jeffrey
In his dissent from the Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision in Obergefell v. Hodges, which declared that same-sex marriage was a right, Justice Antonin Scalia declared that this Supreme Court has become a “threat to American democracy.
“I write separately to call attention to this Court’s threat to American democracy,” Scalia said.   Continue reading

Watchdog lawyer says 6 supremes must be impeached

U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts, nominated by President George W. Bush, has been a disappointment for conservatives.WND – by Leo Hohmann
In the wake of Thursday’s King v. Burwell Supreme Court decision upholding Obamacare, at least one attorney who has argued cases before the court is calling for the justices who filed the majority opinion to be impeached.
All six of them need to go, says Larry Klayman, founder of Freedom Watch.
All six are guilty of abandoning the rule of law, says the longtime government watchdog. In its place they have substituted the advancement of their own political agendas.   Continue reading

Memphis changes names of 3 Confederate-themed parks

Memphis Confederate parksUSA Today – by Doug Stanglin
The Memphis city council has hurriedly renamed three Confederate-themed parks, including one named after the first Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, to head off an effort by some state legislators to block such name changes.
The council on Tuesday passed a resolution to immediately rename Confederate Park and Jefferson Davis Park in downtown Memphis and Nathan Bedford Forrest Park, which lies just a few miles away. The vote was 9-0 with three members abstaining.   Continue reading

The Raping Of Our Culture As Bans Are Getting Out Of Hand

Bottles of PepsiCo Inc. Aunt Jemima syrup are displayed for sale at a ShopRite Holdings Ltd. grocery store in Stratford, Conn.Investment Watchblog – by WorkerRant#11
Beyond the Confederate flag: Five more racially insensitive things that need to go away
This could get out of hand.
As outrage over the Confederate Battle flag’s display grows around the nation and online, politicians and business leaders are joining the chorus of people condemning arguably racist Civil War-era memorabilia.   Continue reading

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