Twenty four hours have passed since supposed victory was handed down by the Nine Politically Connected Attorneys in Black Robes also referred to as the United States Supreme Court.
As the old saying goes, even a broken clock gets it right twice a day! In this case, the broken clock is the Supreme Court and they actually got it right on this very important energy issue.
From the article: “A divided Supreme Court blocked the Obama administration Monday from requiring permits for greenhouse gas emissions from new or modified industrial facilities, but the ruling won’t prohibit other means of regulating the pollutant that causes global warming.” Read entire article HERE.
Planned Parenthood is unbelievable.
The group is now issuing a “pastoral letter” to prospective abortion clients that claims,
“The truth is that abortion is not even mentioned in the Scriptures—Jewish or Christian—and there are clergy and people of faith from all denominations who support women making this complex decision.”
The Justice Department is updating a report on how many guns the federal government has.
It will be the first time Justice has addressed the topic in six years, and it comes as conservative and libertarian complaints about an excessively gun-happy government have intensified.
Not only is the FBI armed…
U.S. Senate candidate Randy Brogdon says we need to stop unwarranted government intrusion into the lives of citizens now, not later. He said, “The longer we allow the seizure of computer information and unrestricted drone surveillance to continue, the harder it will be to stop.”
The Supreme Court’s recent decision on prayer at government meetings reminds me that Supreme Court “season” is upon us, and for the next two months or so, we can expect to see the court decide on a variety of cases that can have profound impacts on the lives of citizens and non-citizens alike. The court’s decision in Town of Greece vs. Galloway has produced a lot of commentary on both sides, with much discussion about the dynamics between justices, and how Justice Kennedy must have been in a pro-prayer mood that day, since his decisions appear to be made on a variety of unknowable whims.