Tagged: supreme court

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Grace Poe Says She’s Running For Women

  Supreme Court of the Philippines rules Senator Grace Poe can run for President. The court ruled Tuesday that she’s eligible to run for president in the elections, which are set for May 9. The country’s electoral commission disqualified her from the race in December.   Grace Poe For President...

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Supreme Court Nominee Shows GOP Is Still Steps Behind Obama

  The White House is reportedly vetting Nevada’s Republican governor Brian Sandoval for the Supreme Court. Sandoval is probably the most liberal of the country’s 29 Republican governors. As governor he vetoed bills limiting punitive damages in civil cases and limiting the inclusion of third parties in product-liability lawsuits. Sandoval...

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Roy Moore Has Blown Everyone’s Mind…Again

  The Supreme Court of Alabama has issued an order blocking the issuance of same-sex marriage licenses. Chief Justice Roy Moore cited the state’s Marriage Protection Act in issuing the order despite a June ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court striking down such laws throughout the country. Moore has already...

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#BlackLivesMatter Means Having To Pay Attention To Taylor Bell

  Black Lives Matters Demonstrations took place at the Mall of America and the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. Protesters aimed to raise awareness of Jamar Clark, a black man fatally shot by police, but we want you to pay attention to Taylor Bell. Footage from the protests in Minneapolis:  ...

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When A Couple Of Decisions Don’t Go Your Way

  In another example of flailing, writhing hysteria over the gay marriage and Obamacare decisions, GOP Presidential candidate Ted Cruz proposed an amendment to the Constitution that would subject the justices to retention elections. Retention elections are a common feature at the state court level, so the idea is hardly...

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Power to Pride: Love is Now Legal to All

  On June 6th, 2015, the Supreme Court ruled gay marriage legal in all 50 states. This historic moment is truly a significant one in the LBGT community as well as it is in our community as a whole. Because, well, gay or straight, we are all of the same...

The Most Hardcore Ways To Protest Marriage Equality

It’s official. The Supreme Court has come out in favor of marriage equality, making same-sex marriage actual, factual, and incontestably legal in all 50 states as per the Constitution. Many still remain upset at the notion of 2 people of the same sex engaging in the time honored tradition of legal marriage...

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Looks Like They Aren’t Unelected Tyrants In Black Robes

  The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) should be limited to only returning laws to Congress based on their constitutionality. Under no circumstances should SCOTUS (or any other court) be given the power to write, modify or cancel laws enacted through the Constitutionally enumerated powers of Congress.  ...